The definitions provided in the MEERA glossary cover only the material presented in MEERA, but not necessarily the terms you may find in the resources that are linked to MEERA. If you come across an EE or evaluation term that is not in the MEERA glossary, the following glossaries may be of use:
Center for Program Evaluation Glossary
Bureau of Justice Assistance. (2006).
This comprehensive glossary covers the terms most likely to be found in evaluation documents and literature.
Online Evaluation Resource Library Glossary
National Science Foundation. (2006).
This useful, but less comprehensive glossary provides easy-to-understand definitions of evaluation terms divided into three categories: evaluation plan components, instrument characteristics, and evaluation report components.
National Association for Interpretation. (2007).
The Definitions Project provides a variety of definitions for common terminology used by environmental educators, interpreters, and many others in nonformal settings. While its focus is not on evaluation, the terminology may nevertheless be useful for those looking to evaluate their programs.
Glossary of Key Terms in Evaluation and Results-based Management (pdf)
Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development. (2002).
This glossary created by the DAC Working Party on Aid Evaluation covers key terms used in evaluation and results-based management. While the terms are not environmental education specific this glossary is unique in that it presents definitions in multiple languages, illustrating the universal need for common terminology in evaluation.