6 Sampling Techniques: How to Choose a Representative Subset of the Population – SocialCops

The best surveys keep target population at the core of their design. Learn about 6 effective sampling techniques that help you account for your population. Source: 6 Sampling Techniques: How to Choose a Representative Subset of the Population – SocialCopsFiled under: Evaluation

Master (Blended Learning) of Evaluation MABLE | Master | Saarland University

The new ‘Master (Blended Learning) of Evaluation’ is unique in Europe and only few universities in the world are offering comparable study programmes. This study programme provides students skills and knowledge for professional scientific work on evaluations in the fields of politics, administration, and social services. Key elements of the study programme are theories, research… Read More Master (Blended Learning) of Evaluation MABLE | Master | Saarland University

IEG: Evaluability and why it is Important for Evaluators and Non-Evaluators

Evaluability assessments can help us ask fundamental questions about the strategic allocation of scarce evaluation resources and strengthen internal monitoring processes. See IEG’s new post: Source: Evaluability and why it is Important for Evaluators and Non-Evaluators | Independent Evaluation GroupFiled under: Evaluation