A single evaluation method or measure is not able to evaluate all relevant aspects in a complex setting where a multitude of stakeholders are involved. We reason that employing a multi-method evaluation, where multiple evaluation methods or measures are combined and integrated, allows for getting a richer picture and prevents blind spots in the evaluation outcome.

Christine Bauer & Eva Zangerle

We advocate for multi-method evaluation. On this website, we collect resources that help to apply multi-method evaluation in research and development. This collection is meant to grow over time and we are happy to share your resources and discuss best practices. Don’t hesitate to contact us!