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Gender Evaluation Methodology
- Gender Evaluation Methodology for Internet and ICTs: A Learning Tool for Empowerment and Change
- Reviewing Gender Issues in an ICT Project’s Life Cycle – from the APC WSNP site
- Gender Concepts used in GEM – gender analysis
Measuring and Indicators (ICTs and other)
- Adaptive learning process for sustainability indicators by Mark S. Reed, Evan D.G. Fraser and Andrew J Dougill – Ecological Economics 59 (2006) 406-418.
- Measuring Mobile Internet in Asia – by Michael.Minges@itu.int – Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) ITU.
- ICT Indicators – short sheet with tips
- An adaptive learning process for developing and applying sustainability indicators with local communities by Mark S. Reed, Evan D.G. Frase and Andrew J Dougill, Ecological Economics
M&E Approaches, Frameworks and Critiques
- Rethinking Monitoring and Evaluation – INTRAC Newsletter # 37
- Guided Example: Project Superwomen – ActKnowledge & The Aspen Institute Roundtable on Comprehensive Community Initiatives
- A Partcipatory Approach to the Development of an Evaluation Framework: Process, Pittfalls and Payoffs – Mary Frances MacLellan-Wright et al in The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation Vol. 22 No. 1 Pages 99–124
- The use and abuse of the logical framework approach – SEKA – Resultatredovisningsprojekt – Sida
- The digital vicious cycle: Links between social disadvantage and digital exclusion in rural areas – Martyn Warren in Telecommunications Policy 31 (2007) 374–388
- The Kellogg Foundation manual with tips for developing evaluation questions
- Michael Patton’s utilization focused evaluation checklist
- Logical Framework Approach – short extract with tips
- The Most Significant Change Approach for Monitoring an Australian Extension Project by Jessica Dart with Geoff Dysdale, David Cole and Mark Saddington.
- The most significant lessons about the Most Significant Change technique by Juliet Willetts & Paul Crawford, in Development in Practice, Volume 17, Issue 3 June 2007 , pages 367 – 379.
- Practice: Learning how to learn collectively by Rebecca Wrigley – CABUNGO, a Malawian NGO, recently evaluated its own performance using the Most Significant Change approach. Rebecca Wrigley describes how, with the support of stakeholders,CABUNGO learned to improve its services.
- Implementando la metodología de evaluación desde una perspectiva de género en telecentros: Experiencias de Ecuador y Filipinas, by Claire Buré (orignally published in English in “Minding the Gap: Feminist Interventions in International Communication”, edited by Katharine Sarikakis & Leslie Regan Shade, 2007
M&E Information Products and Communication
- Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Health Information Products and Services – by Tara M. Sullivan, Molly Strachan, Barbara K. Timmons and Ward Rinehart ( editor) – USAID.
- Measuring ICT: the global status of ICT indicators – Partnership on Measuring ICT for development
- Poverty and Digital Inclusion – by Andrew Skuse, Joann Fildes, Jo Tacchi
Kirsty Martin, Emma Baulch.
- Outcome Mapping by Sarah Earl, Fred Carden, & Terry Smutylo
- The OM facilitation manual: OM Building Learning and Reflection into Development Programs – Available in English, French, Spanish, Portugese, and Thai
- A global community of OM users – a website and a email discussion group
- Brochure on Outcome Mapping: The Challenges of Assessing Development Impacts Sarah Earl, Fred Carden, Terry Smutylo and forward by Michael Quinn Patton 2001-10 – This paper offers a short description of the methodology
- Glossary of Key Terms in Evaluation and Results Based Management – Development Assistance Committee, OECD
- ICT Policy & Internet Rights developed by the Association for Progressive Communciations (APC).