An international initiative, supported by UNICEF and IOCE, have developed a new introductory e-Learning programme on Development Evaluation. This e-Learning programme is composed of an introductory class, fixed courses, independent units and a create your own course option.
An international collaboration to improve evaluation practice and theory by sharing and generating information about options (methods or processes), approaches, information, resources and links for M&E.
CLEAR is a global M&E capacity development program that brings together academic institutions and donor partners to contribute to the use of evidence in decision making in developing countries. Explore a growing collection of practitioner-driven resources of the CLEAR Initiative and others to accelerate M&E capacities and systems and improve the quality of current practices. The Knowledge Hub is a space where publications, training materials, videos and program documents can be found.
The Active Learning Network for Accountability and performance in Humanitarian Action offers a variety of resources supporting evaluation in humanitarian contexts, such as its Evaluation of Humanitarian Action guide in three languages, and its e-learning course, Introduction to Evaluating Humanitarian Action, in partnership with UNICEF, EvalPartners and UNEG.
Founded by USAID and in collaboration with university and private partners, this online resources provides a host of materials for M&E learning, including trainer resources, online courses, a webinar series, publications, tools, events, networks and much more.
An alliance of over 180 NGO members from around the world, it offers useful M&E resources and several training materials for humanitarian and development professionals. These materials are created with input from professionals in the community – often through working groups – and come in different formats, including some e-learning courses.
An online resource from Swinburne University of Technology and Australian public partners, the toolbox aims to provide a one-stop-site for the evaluation of community sustainability engagement projects that aim to change household behaviours. It brings together a number of best-practice evaluation methods packaged into a comprehensive, user-friendly, how-to format.
Take three online courses in Technology for Monitoring and Evaluation and earn a TechChange diploma. Courses in the track include: Technology for Monitoring & Evaluation, Technology for Data Collection & Survey Design, and Technology for Data Visualization. The diploma program can also include access to live office hours, exclusive on-demand courses, personalized mentorship, career services support, and more.