Experts in particular options have provided advice on when to choose them and how to use them well. In some cases they have developed an overview describing its main features. Stewards for particular options or tasks review content on the site and recommend particular resources.
2. Existing websites and resources
The site draws on existing material that has been developed by partner organizations and other websites that focus on evaluation. We have focused particularly on providing links to good quality guides and examples that are freely accessible.
3. R & D projects
Examples and learnings from R & D projects into evaluation options are an important source of content, especially for less well documented options.
Contributions from users can be in the form of advice, based on their experience, examples, guides or other resources, or descriptions of options. Users who participated in a BetterEvaluation virtual writeshop have created detailed case studies of evaluations discussing the options used for particular tasks.
Live and virtual events produce rich content, including identifying and addressing particular challenges in evaluation.
Content quality is monitored through peer review and public review processes and sources are clearly acknowledged.
BetterEvaluation is transparent about who has created, reviewed and contributed to the content on the site.
Over time, people with experience in using specific options, approaches or resources, will be recruited as page stewards to monitor discussions and new content in their field of expertise.
Visit “About Us” for more information about who has been involved in developing BetterEvaluation
Visit About BetterEvaluation.org for more information about the vision and guiding principles of the project