NICEF, Claremont Graduate University and IOCE, under the EvalPartners initiative, with support from The Rockefeller Foundation and in partnership with UN Women, are pleased to announce a new introductory e-Learning programme on Development Evaluation.
The e-learning is composed of the following three courses:
National Evaluation Capacity Development for Country-led Monitoring and Evaluation Systems
Emerging Practices in Development Evaluation
The instructors are 33 world-level specialists, including:
International experts, including Michael Quinn Patton, Michael Bamberger, Jim Rugh, David Fetterman, Patricia Rogers, Stewart Donaldson, Donna Mertens, Jennifer Greene, Bob Williams, Martin Reynolds, Saville Kushner and Hallie Preskill
Senior representatives of the international community, including Caroline Heider, Belen Sanz, Indran Naidoo, Fred Carden, Hans Lundgren, and Marco Segone
Senior managers responsible for country-led M&E systems, including Sivagnanasothy Velayuthan and Diego Dorado
Leaders from the Global South and BRIC countries, including Zenda Ofir and Alexey Kuzmin
The e-learning is free and open to all interested evaluators. You may attend virtually from your personal or work computer anywhere in the world. The course includes on-line lectures, reading material and tests. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in an on-line forum, and on successful completion of the e-Learning course will be able to print out a certificate of virtual attendance.
For additional information, watch the introductory video by Marco Segone (UNICEF), Penny Hawkins (Rockefeller Foundation) and Stewart Donaldson (Claremont Graduate University) and visit http://mymande.org/elearning.
Participant numbers on the courses are limited so REGISTER NOW at http://mymande.org/elearning by clicking in the title of each of the 3 courses offered, to ensure you will get a place!