More resources on network mapping

December 11, 2009 at 9:16 pm Leave a comment

As I’ve written about before,  I’m very interested in how network mapping can be used in evaluation.

Here are two excellent resources for people wanting to learn more about this research technique:

1) A training course conducted by Steeve Ebener of WHO on “Social Network Analysis, Mapping social relations”.  You can view the training slides for eight sessions – and there is really some excellent examples of how network mapping can be used.

2) A manual “Network Mapping as a Diagnostic Tool” by Louise Clark (pdf). A “how to” guide on network mapping and an explanation of how to use a popular network mapping software UCINET (I use it too, it’s the best I’ve found).

Entry filed under: Network analysis & mapping.

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