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  1. Presentations from the African Evaluation Association Conference 2014


    AfrEA logoThis is where you will be able to download the presentations from the African Evaluation Association conference 2014 in Yaounde, Cameroon. The presentations are still being collected by AfrEA. Please bookmark this page and come back soon.

    If you presented at AfrEA 2014 and you haven't yet sent your presentation, please send to AfrEA: xxx clearly stating:

  2. Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) 2016 National Conference

    5th June, 2016 to 8th June, 2016

    Join the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) for their 2016 National Conference in St Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador. The conference theme is 'on the edge', and will be explored by presenters in relation to approaches and methods, technology, professionalization, influence, and culture

  3. Canadian Evaluation Society Conference- Facing Forward: Innovation, Action and Reflection

    30th April, 2017 to 3rd May, 2017

    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.

  4. International conference of Australasian Evaluation Society

    3rd September, 2017 to 7th September, 2017

    The theme of the conference is Evaluation Capital.  While hinting at the national capital location (Canberra), the conference theme highlights two important ideas: evaluation is a durable asset for sound governance; and  the inherently political nature of evaluation.     

  5. Week 49: The 1st international conference on realist approaches to evaluation: my ‘realist’ take-aways

    5th December, 2014

    Tiina Pasanen is a Research Officer for the Research and Policy in Development (RAPID) Programme at the Overseas Development Programme (ODI). In this blog, Tiina shares her top three realist ‘take-aways’ from the 1st International Conference on Realist Approaches to Evaluation and reflects on when or how realist evaluation may be most useful.

  6. What would an evaluation conference look like if it was run by people who know and care about presenting information to support use? (hint- that should be us)

    2nd March, 2017

    All too often conferences fail to make good use of the experience and knowledge of people attending, with most time spent presenting prepared material that could be better delivered other ways, and not enough time spent on discussions and active learning.  With closing dates for two evaluation conferences fast approaching (the Australasian Evaluation Society and the American Evaluation Association), could you propose something more useful, that would demonstrate how much we know and care about communicating and using information?

  7. Support for emerging Indigenous evaluators at AES 2017

    4th July, 2017

    We're delighted to be able to share the news that the Australasian Evaluation Society (AES) has extended the deadline for the Emerging Indigenous Evaluators Support Grants for the AES17 International Evaluation Conference and workshops in Canberra.

    Applications are now due on July 11, 2017.

  8. Week 11: BetterEvaluation at AfrEA 2014

    BetterEvaluation was privileged to sponsor the Methodological Innovation stream at the African Evaluation Association (AfREA) conference from 3-7 March. What did we learn?

    We set out with three questions to focus the panel sessions and workshops in this stream:

    • What are examples of effective innovation in evaluation?  
    • What kinds of innovation are needed to address unmet challenges?  
    • How do we support effective innovation - in terms of both inventing and adopting new methods and processes? 
  9. Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i)'s guidelines for creating better handouts

    5th July, 2017