New Methodologies in Evaluation

September 19, 2006 at 8:04 pm Leave a comment

The Uk-based Overseas Development Institute have published a very comprehensive guide “Tools for Knowledge and Learning: A guide for development and humanitarian organisations” (pdf) which contains descriptions of 30 knowledge and learning tools and techniques.

It contains guidelines for several relatively new methodologies useful for evaluation, notably Social Network Analysis, Most Significant Change and Outcome Mapping. I believe these new methodologies could be useful in a lot fields, not only for the development / humanitarian sector.

Glenn

Entry filed under: Development evaluation, Evaluation methodology, Evaluation tools (surveys, interviews..).

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