Reports, evaluation plans, theory of change, baseline trends and more on the Monitoring and Evaluation of Scottish Alcohol Strategy, evaluation studies led by NHS Health Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Government.
1. Are you clear what you want to achieve? 2. Do you understand how change [might] happen within the context you are working? 3. What strategy are you going to use to make change happen? 4. Do you have a good understanding of potential benchmarks and indicators?
The drive to demonstrate results is leading to an increased focus on impact evaluation by researchers and donors. Most studies involve ‘large n’ experimental and quasi-experimental impact evaluations (where n is the sample size).
Presentations from seminar with Howard White on ‘small n’ approaches.
One of four-part series related to impact evaluation developed by InterAction with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation. Introduction to Impact Evaluation, provides an overview of impact evaluation, explaining how impact evaluation differs from – and complements – other types of evaluation, why impact evaluation should be done, when and by whom. By Patricia J Rogers (2012)
Guidelines for home page usability, task orientation, navigation and IA, forms and data entry, trust and credibility, writing and content quality, page layout and visual design, search usability, and help, feedback and error tolerance. Also a downloadable spreadsheet to track those of the 247 guidelines relevant to your context..
Results of an ongoing collaborative action research iniative in which ten development organisations explored different Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) approaches with the aim of dealing more effectively with complex processes of social change.
Methodology transfer paper on the logic of program evaluation designs. Introduces key issues in planning evaluation studies of federal programs. Describes different types of evaluations, the process of designing evaluation studies, and key issues re overall study quality.
The how-to guide for the evaluation of behaviour change programs. The toolbox provide a one-stop website for the evaluation of community sustainability engagement projects that aim to change household behaviours.
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