This discussion invites you to share specific experiences and lessons on how qualitative methods interact with quantitative methods and to provide some links to evaluation reports and publications where mixed methods are used.
- This discussion aims at sharing ideas and examples on the use of visuals in evaluation.
How to evaluate science, technology and innovation in a R4D context? New guidelines offer some solutionsFollowing the successful discussion last year, I would like to hear your reflections on the beta version of the Evaluation Guidelines on Applying Quality of Research for Development Frame of Reference to Process and Performance Evaluations.
- Reporting evaluation results and communicating evaluation results are two different processes, with communication being particularly relevant for the uptake of evaluation results. However, the responsibilities and funding arrangements for communication seem blurred. What do you think?
- Why are systems supposedly designed to help us learn from experience been so reluctant to learn from their own experience?
- MEL – Monitoring Evaluation and Learning or MEAL - Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning systems rarely include cross cutting issues such as gender and leave-no-one behind principles. How can we develop effective and inclusive systems and what are the constraints in doing so?
- As an evaluator, several times I got a task to perform a review of the Theory of Change / Intervention logic. I was wondering if you have some experiences to share in this respect.
- Evaluating the quality of science, technology and innovation requires appropriate criteria and methodologies: what do you think are the challenges, the methods and indicators that could work?