Evaluation journals

Evaluation journals play an important role in documenting, developing, and sharing theory and practice.

The journals below are divided into three categories:

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African Evaluation Journal

Open access, peer reviewed

The new African Evaluation Journal is currently under development.  It will publish high quality peer-reviewed articles of merit on any subject related to evaluation, and provide targeted information of professional interest to members of AfrEA and its national associations and evaluators across the globe.

Monitoring and evaluation in African contexts – history, status and prospects for African monitoring and evaluation

Contributions for this first issue are currently being sought

For more information about AEJ and procedures to submit, please visit aejonline.org/index.php/aej

Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation

Open access, peer reviewed

Current Issue

Volume 9, No 20 (2013)

Recent articles include:

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Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation

Peer reviewed

The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation is published three times a year by the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES).

Current Issue

Volume 27, No 3 (Special issue 2012)

Recent articles include:

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Evaluation Journal of Australasia

Peer reviewed

While the current issue is only available to members of the Australasian Evaluation Society (which covers Australia and New Zealand), previous issues can be accessed freely.

Available issue

Volume 12, No 1

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Educational Research and Evaluation: An International Journal on theory and practice

Peer reviewed

Current issue

Volume 14, Issue 4, 2013

Evidence Base Journal

Peer reviewed

ANZSOG's peer-reviewed journal, Evidence Base, publishes reviews of the evidence informing decision-making in specific policy areas. The focus of these reviews is to determine ‘what works?’, based on the evidence. This journal was designed for public sector decision-makers and aims to be a ‘broker’ between the public sector, academics and other policy specialists.

Provided to members of evaluation associations and societies

Available through libraries and subscription

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