Evaluations for learning

September 23, 2013 § Leave a comment

I was delighted to discover that USAID has included in its online Learning Lab a paper I wrote back in 2008, Evaluations for Learning.

Aimed at managers, commissioners and funders within the UK statutory and voluntary sectors, the paper explores the potential of evaluation as a tool for organisational learning and development. I compare conventional evaluations and evaluations for learning, offer notes for commissioners of evaluations, and conclude with some questions for development.

Thanks to my former Framework colleague Bruce Britton for bringing the link to my notice.

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