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- This guide from the Public Service Transformation Network aims to support evaluation of the effectiveness of work to transform public services.
- This paper, written by Julia Balogun and Gerry Johnson, outlines a longitudinal, real-time analysis of planned change implementation to provide an explanation for the unintended results that come about from evaluation strategies.
- This guide from the US General Accounting Office outlines good practice in case study evaluation and establishes a set of principles for applying case studies to evaluations.
- This guide, written by Linda G. Morra and Amy C. Friedlander for the World Bank, provides guidance and advice on the use of case studies.
- This guide from the Victorian Government Department of Human Services aims to assist in the design and implementation of impact evaluation methods and indicators for health care programs within p
- This chapter section by Eben A. Weitzman guides readers through some of the important considerations when choosing appropriate qualitative analysis software.
How do we know if a program made a difference? A guide to statistical methods for program impact evaluationThis guide, written by Peter M. Lance, David K. Guilkey, Aiko Hattori and Gustavo Angeles for MEASURE Evaluation, outlines core statistical and econometric methods for program impact evaluation.
- A free and easy to use platform available online and as an iPad app for quickly making simple, well laid-out presentations.
- Although focused on viewing critical reflection through the scope of management learning, this article discusses a range of critical reflection tools that have been drawn from other professional areas, such as storytelling, metaphors,
Designing initiative evaluation: A systems-orientated framework for evaluating social change effortsThis guide from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation outlines a systems-oriented framework for initiative and cluster evaluation and includes four general designs that can be used.
- These New Zealand Aid Program documents are designed to allow users to input data and information in a pre-formatted evaluation plan template.
- This guide, written by Diana Chigas, Madeline Church and Vanessa Corlazzoli for the UK Department for International Development (DFID) is aim
- This paper, written by Henk van den Berg, analyses 25 impact evaluations of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs based on the Farmer Field School approach.
- This report, written by Reychler, Scharbatke-Church and Thomas with support by Clegg and Heilman for the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), evaluates the effectiveness of the Peace, Confli
- This handbook, written by Jane Reisman, Anne Gienapp and Sarah Stachowiak for the Annie E.
- This literature review, written by Cristina Mansfield for the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA), examines current thinking in the evaluation of advocacy.
- This guide, written by Cristina Mansfield for Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA), presents a set of simple guidelines that can be used for evaluating advocacy initiatives.
- This tool from the Catholic Aid Agency for England and Wales (CAFOD) is aimed at supporting groups evaluate their capacity to conduct advocacy programs and improve their performance.
- This toolkit from Learning for Action (LFA) is designed to support the evaluation of advocacy campaigns and initiatives.
- This guide, written by Louisa Gosling and David Cohen for the International Save the Children Alliance, is designed to support organisations to run training workshops that will enable them to ca
- This guide, written by Wendy Kekahio, Brian Lawton, Louis Cicchinelli and Paul R.
- An example of a COR used for an indigenous education program in Australia.
- This is an example of collaborative outcomes reporting (COR) used for a natural resource management program in South Australia.
- This report is an example of a Collaborative Outcomes Report (COR) from a community sustainability project in Victoria, Australia. It is titled "How we ran a behaviour change program and the lessons we learnt".
- This page describes the reporting outcomes of an Australian Government conducted COR process on a Dugong and Marine Turtle Project in Northern Australia.
- This AEA365 blog, written by Lee-Anne Molony a Principal Consultant at Clear Horizon, provides a brief overview on
- This is a concise description of ‘Performance Story’ written by Jess Dart and John Mayne for the Sage ‘Encyclopaedia of Evaluation’.
- This guide outlines a step-by-step participatory process for developing a performance story report in the context of ‘performance story evaluation’ and natural resource management, but can be used for monitoring and in other contexts.
Listening to smaller voices: using an innovative participatory tool for children affected by HIV and AIDS to assess a life skills programmeThis paper details the evaluation of a Life Skills programme implemented by Family Health International (FHI 360), India.
Report on outcomes and get everyone involved: the participatory performance story reporting techniqueThis paper outlines the background and philosophy of
- These updated design, monitoring and evaluation standards from the Australian Government aim to "improve the quality and use of Design and M&E products, and to integrate evaluative thinking into everyday work".
- This framework has been developed to guide the consistent and transparent evaluation of government programs in the New South Wales (Australia) State Government to inform decision making on policy directions, program design and implementatio