We also provide examples of evaluation/ feedback tools to try out in your own teaching context or adapt to meet your needs and interests.
In Oxford information we set the scene with information about evaluation that goes on around you at Oxford, the results of which you can use to inform your own evaluative efforts.
USAID's Evaluation Policy demonstrates its commitment to the objectives laid out in the Foreign Aid Transparency and Accountability Act (signed into law July 2016).
It also works in concert with existing Agency policies, strategies, and operational guidance, including those regarding project design, evaluation-related competencies of staff, performance monitoring, knowledge management, and research management.
Relevant and high-quality evaluation is an important tool to track the progress, results and effectiveness of international development programs.
They also include resources for USAID staff and partners on how to be more strategic and intentional when collaborating, learning and adapting throughout the Program Cycle.
A complete list of USAID’s publicly available evaluation reports, is available on the Development Experience Clearinghouse.
For more information about how USAID approaches learning, please visit USAID's Learning Lab, the Agency’s platform for generating and sharing information, tools and resources on how development practitioners can work together to integrate learning throughout USAID’s Program Cycle.
Here, USAID staff and partners jointly create, share, refine and apply practical approaches to more effectively ground programs in evidence and quickly adapt based on new learning and changing contexts, thereby maximizing development outcomes.