Videos, blogs and more…
At the end of May, the international conference brought together over 150 evaluation professionals, commissioners, theorists (many working on innovative evaluation practices) met to debate what rigour is, peer-review specific examples in focused case clincs, and debate the pros and cons of emerging innovative methodological options.
Outputs are emerging from this event which can be found at this website and others. It is a rich source of information!
- All case materials (https://evaluationrevisited.wordpress.com/cases/cases-2/)
- All method summaries (https://evaluationrevisited.wordpress.com/cases/methods/)
- A lively video impression of the two days created by Mirte van den Oosterkamp offers a sense of the energy that characterised the event ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-fQGljmDT8)
- Several video interviews with participants during the event ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-fQGljmDT8)
- Full videos of the entire plenary sessions over the two days (https://evaluationrevisited.wordpress.com/video-3/plenary-video/)
- And we are adding participant blogs as they come in, reflections after the dust has settled. Today we feature blogs from Caroline Heider (head of evaluation at WFP), Giel Ton (researcher at LEI), and Ricardo Wilson-Grau (independent consultant).
Several participants of the conference have blogged independently about the event.
Sarah Cummings of Context and IKM, the Netherlands, wrote two blogs:
Jess Dart of Clear Horizon, Australia – http://www.clearhorizon.com.au/discussion/rigorous-evaluation-practice-that-embraces-complexity/
Adrian Gnagi of SDC, Switzerland – http://www.sdc-learningandnetworking-blog.admin.ch
Jan Brouwers, Irene Guijt and Cecile Kusters (organising committee)