Resources

E-learning Module – Choosing Data Collection Methods
February 28, 2018

After completing this 20-minute module, you will be able to explain why data collection methods matter for your programs, ask yourself five questions to help choose appropriate methods, and determine when and when not to use certain methods, like individual in-depth interviews, focus groups, observation, and surveys.   This module continues META’s series of introductory […] Read more...

E-Learning Module – Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation
April 4, 2017

META has released its first interactive e-learning module: Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation! This quick, 20-minute module reviews common M&E terminology and provides an introduction to a key M&E tool, the logic model. After completing this module, you will receive a certificate. Visit META’s e-learning portal to take this module! You will need to create an account if you […] Read more...

E-learning Module – Developing Theories of Change
August 18, 2017

This 20-minute module explains a key element of program design, monitoring and evaluation: developing strong theories of change. After completing this module, you will understand what theories of change are, why they are important for strong program design, and how to create a theory of change with your team. Visit META’s e-learning portal to take […] Read more...

E-learning Module – Developing Logframes
October 3, 2017

This 20-minute module explains a key element of program design, monitoring and evaluation: the logical framework or logframe. After completing this module, you will understand what logframes are; know why they are important for strong program design, monitoring and evaluation; and be able to develop a logframe.   This module continues META’s series of introductory […] Read more...