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Happy Holidays! 21+ free evaluation resources for you

Alice Macfarlan's picture 15th December 2016 by Alice Macfarlan

Happy Holidays! In celebration of a great year, we've collected a list of favourite resources of 2016 that are freely available online so that we could share them with you as a bit of an end of year gift. The resources aren't necessarily new - but they are things that have been discovered for the first time or rediscovered in 2016. We have a wide range of cool tools, guides, examples and other resources that help us do evaluation better and think about it differently. 

BetterEvaluation at the AEA2016: Evaluation + Design

Alice Macfarlan's picture 25th October 2016 by Alice Macfarlan

This week over 3,000 people from all over the world are expected to meet in Atlanta, Georgia for the 2016 conference of the American Evaluation Association.  The theme this year, Evaluation + Design, explores integration of design and evaluation in three areas:

  • Program design,
  • Evaluation design,
  • Information design

Here's a quick link to the Conference Program

Announcing the IDRC Program Managers' Guide to Evaluation and the GeneraTOR

greet_peersman's picture 27th September 2016 by greet_peersman

We’re excited to announce the launch of the BetterEvaluation and IDRC (International Development Research Centre) Program Managers’ Guide to Evaluation and GeneraTOR. We will be sharing it for the first time at the European Evaluation Society conference in Maastricht this week.  The Guide and the GeneraTOR are available in both English and French.

Current funding opportunities for research on evaluation

Patricia Rogers's picture 14th September 2016 by Patricia Rogers

As with any field of endeavour, evaluation practice needs to be informed by, and contribute to, theory and research.  However it can be difficult to find sources of funding and support for research into evaluation.

Here are two current funding opportunities to support research on evaluation, and some links to other resources and examples of research on evaluation.  

Do you have suggestions about others we should add?

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