Other relevant material

In this page you will be able to find other relevant online course sites or materials. Please, check regularly for new material.


3ie’s How-To videos use a simple step-by-step approach for explaining theoretical

concepts on impact evaluation.

The How-To videos on impact evaluation draw from examples of impact evaluations to show

you how to apply  technical concepts. The videos in this series explore various topics related

to designing, implementing and using impact evaluations.

3ie International Initiative for Impact Evaluation
The Community Tool Box is a free, online resource for those working to
build healthier communities and bring about social change. It offers thousands 
of pages of tips and tools for taking action in communities.

Community Tool Box
Toolkits provide quick and easy access to relevant and reliable health
information in one convenient location, intended for health program managers,
policy makers, and service providers

Toolkits k4health
Coursera provides universal access to the world’s best education, partnering with top
universities and organizations to offer courses for anyone to take, for free.

NCRM is responsible for carrying out a wide range of coordinating and strategic functions,
operating as a focal point for national research and training activities in social science research

ESRC National Centre for Research Methods
MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content.
OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity.

MIT OpenCourseWare
The Private Health Policy Toolkit offers online access to a growing collection of information about
policies and practices that can help enhance the contribution of the private sector to important
health goals in developing countries.

Health Policy Toolkit
The Research Training Kit is designed to help trainers conduct effective training of public health
researchers specifically in the area of designing actionable research.

Research Training Kit - MEASURE Evaluation
John Hopkins University offers a plethora of online courses.

John Hopkins Online Courses
The DHS Curriculum Facilitator's Guide is a comprehensive package of ready-made training
materials about understanding and using Demographic and Health Survey reports. 

DHS Curriculum Facilitator's Guide
The Michigan Public Health Training Center offers distance courses.

Michigan Public Health Training Centre
Supercourse is a repository of lectures on global health and prevention
designed to improve the teaching of prevention.

Mobile Global Health Soupercourse
QMed was built to help medical students, academicians, practitioners and consumers
integrate best practices in searching medical literature, and critically appraising the same,
resulting in delivery and availability of optimal health care services.

QMed Knowledge Foundation
The intention of the course is to present the need for rapid surveys; an appreciation
of theories of sampling; the nature of rapid two-stage cluster surveys;
and the importance of such surveys for decision-making.

Rapid Survey Course
WikiEducator is a global community resource for the development of free educational content.

The Fogarty International Center has launched a list of free and low-cost
e-learning resources to those working in the field of global health research.
Resources include training courses, MOOCs and course materials (presentations,
videos, reading lists, visual aids, articles), resource centers and resource networks.

Fogarty International Center
The KNORK project provides easily applicable pedagogical approaches supporting novel knowledge work and digital competencies. 
In their re-use library you can find out materials from  the project and which you can use for your own educational practices. 

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