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This webinar, held on September 21, 2023, is the first instalment of the Global Evaluation Initiative's BExchange webinar series.
This resource is a companion to The Barefoot Guide 2: Learning Practices in Organisations and Social Change, providing a practical support guide for designing and facilitating engagin
This paper, written by George Julnes, University of New Mexico, Melvin M. Mark, Penn State University, and Stephanie Shipman, U.S.
This 90-minute webinar organised by the Canberra Regional Network of the Australian Evaluation Society focuses on the use of evaluation maturity models, which provide a roadmap for imp
This guidance from the Footprint Evaluation Initiative aims to support those doing or overseeing evaluations to include environmental sustainability in feasible and useful ways.
In this webinar, Dr Marcia Joppert presents the results of her doctoral dissertation; a study about mapping evaluation education opportunities globally and analysis of how they align w
A brief (4-page) overview that presents a statement from the American Evaluation Association defining evaluation as "a systematic process to determine merit, worth, value or significan
This session, presented as part of the 2023 gLocal Evaluation Week, explored different approaches to effectively address ecosystems' health and just transition in evaluations.
This evaluation research report aims to better understand nonprofit advocates' ability to evaluate their advocacy capacity, strategies, and tactics; identify their evaluation needs; an
This book provides an evidence-based guide, toolkit and collection of evaluation cases for conducting effective advocacy and policy change evaluations.
This policy brief from DEval provides an overview of using a geodata decision tree to help guide the use of geographical data (geodata) in evaluations.
This two-part series from CLEAR-Anglophone Africa and MERL Tech covers both theoretical and practical aspects of responsible data governance in M&E.
The report sets out research findings on the "digital dividends" of various types of technology on natural resource management in low and middle-income countries.
In this working paper for the Center for International Development at Harvard University, Patricia Rogers and Michael Woolcock argue that implementation and process evaluations serve t
Michael Quinn Patton provides a revised framework for site-visit standards to distinguish between those that provide minimal quality control and those that might ensure excellence.
In this blog post, Linda Cabral discusses document reviews and highlights the importance of conducting them systematically.
This resource from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides a brief guide to using document review as a data collection method for evaluation.
The Results Division of the Secretariat of the Government of Canada provides advice and guidance on evaluation practices across the federal government.
There are a number of options when it comes to using software to help create a logic model.
This guide provides an overview of the use of both traditional and novel data sources in generating poverty maps and the related methodological implications.
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