UNICEF, Claremont Graduate University, Rockefeller Foundation and IOCE, in partnership with UN Women and in the framework of EvalPartners, the International Evaluation Partnership Initiative, are offering this e-Learning programme on Development Evaluation.
The objective of the e-Learning programme is to introduce important topics in evaluation to help improve work.
This e-Learning programme is composed of an introductory class and three independent courses:
· Introductory class on Development Evaluation
· Equity-focused evaluation
· Country-led M&E Systems
· Emerging Practices
The e-Learning programme is free and open to all interested people. The candidate may attend virtually from personal or work computer anywhere in the world. The course includes online lectures, requested reading material and simple multiple-choice tests. Participants also have the opportunity to engage in an online discussion forum. At the end of each course, if 80% of the answers on the multiple-choice test are correct, participants will be able to print out a certificate of “virtual” attendance.
This new e-Learning courses have been developed as a pilot. The lectures are the edited versions of recorded webinars. The aim is to further improve the courses based upon the feedback received by participants.
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