The 2017 Canadian Evaluation Society Annual Conference will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, April 30th to May 3rd. The theme of the conference, “Facing Forward: Innovation, Action and Reflection”, is designed to inspire evaluators at all levels to delve into the latest methods and approaches evaluators are applying in a wide range of contexts and help us explore the ways in which we can incorporate reflection into practice.
The 2017 Canadian Evaluation Society Annual Conference will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, April 30th to May 3rd at the Westin Bayshore on the waterfront in downtown Vancouver.
2. Read about workshops here
3. Watch for the conference blog where you are invited to communicate your thoughts and ideas about the theme and other current issues relevant to evaluation practice.
4. You will have options to use the conference app rather than a print program, purchase a sustainably-made conference bag, and add offsets for your travel.
See the conference website for more information.
The C2017 Webinar Recording - Transformation in Evaluators' Roles: Reflections from CES 2017 Presenters
We'll be working with the Canadian Evaluation Society BC and Yukon Chapter (CESBCY) to post a guest blog on this topic post-conference, but in the meantime - and in preparation for some great discussions at the CES2017 - have a watch of this pre-conference webinar that shares reflections from a handful of presenters at the upcoming CES 2017 Conference. These presentations share a common focus on the shifting role of the evaluator in the assessment of innovative or evolving programs that exist within complex and dynamic environments. Each presenter will provides a brief presentation, followed by a question and
You can also read Patricia Rogers' blog from earlier in the year about ways conference sessions can be more engaging, including the use of 'flipped' conference sessions and the sharing of information and presentations beforehand, so at BetterEvaluation we're very happy to be able to help share this webinar that does just that.