An analysis of NGOs performance against CHS

My latest post dealt with CHS and its certification scheme, with particular regard to the only organization currently delivering certification services, HQAI. On HQAI website, the summary reports of the audits conducted are available for consultation, and they are an interesting resource to understand what are the challenges concerning the implementation of the CHS. The …

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ITSx: Policy Analysis using Interrupted Time Series, edX MOOC

ITSx: Policy Analysis using Interrupted Time Series Provider: edX (UBCx) Tutors: Michael Law If you have already read some of the posts I wrote about MOOCs, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I tend to prefer edX over Coursera. And indeed, this is another course that left me much more satisfied than most of …

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Things I wish I knew before doing research in the field

“R&D comprise a creative and systematic work undertaken to increase the stock of knowledge, including knowledge of humans, culture and society, and the use of this stock of knowledge to devise new applications”. This is the definition of research (& development) according to OECD’s Frascati manual (p. 28). Perhaps a and less rigorous, but more …

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