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Approaches refer to an integrated set of options used to do some or all of the tasks involved in evaluation. Read more.
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We’re joining with nearly 2,800 people who are keen to explore ways of conducting, managing or supporting better evaluations at the AEA conference in Minnesota.
You can download materials from the session here:
Short version of the overview of options (methods and tools) (a longer version is available here [evaluation planning tool]).
Short version of options for collecting data
Expanded version of options for collecting data
Short version of options for understanding causes (causal inference)
Expanded version of options for understanding causes (causal inference)
Presentation at AEA
Hope to see you there if you're at the AEA meeting!
You have accepted an audacious challenge and offer this initial public presentation with great clarity in an intuitively satisfying and persuasive way to novice and more experienced evaluators alike. Evaluation guides have, to date, tended to be, limited, fragmentary and partial within these constraints accomplished with varying success. The challenge that BetterEvaluation has sought for itself - and is demonstrably executing with informed confidence - is a far greater one than has previously ever been attempted. It is by the far the most comprehensive and will be of inestimable practical value and utility to the international evaluation community. You merit unreserved congratulations first on having conceived of such an enormous task, second on demonstrating the leadership to address it and finally on presenting its initial realization in such an accessible manner.
Thanks, Ron, for those very kind words. The current site is due to the efforts of many people over the past few years - and we're so looking forward to seeing it grow with input from more people.
Do check out the Contribute Content page to suggest additional resources, or changes to the framework. We're keen to include your examples and suggestions.
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