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AESociety Oct 21
Is it hard to be a person who promotes in a NFP org? What can evaluators learn from these individuals about how to promote evaluation? How can evaluators recruit, support, develop & retain people who champion evaluation?
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AESociety Oct 17
The latest EJA issue book reviews focus on two Little Quick Fixes to re-calibrate your evaluator’s toolkit. EJA 20.3 out now:
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AESociety Oct 16
This online workshop (26+29 Oct) is targeted at new, emerging or experienced evaluators seeking to consolidate their understanding of the field. Registrations closing soon:
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AESociety Oct 16
How to use body mapping as a method to engage children and young people’s voices. What do Evans-Locke and Hsu have to say in EJA 20.3
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AESociety Oct 14
Ever wondered how to integrate recovery-oriented and realistic evaluation principles into an evaluation of a Partners in Recovery programme? Harris et al did in EJA 20.3
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AESociety Oct 14
Want a macro perspective on evaluation-based policy-making? VanLandingham does this and more in EJA 20.3.
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AESociety Oct 13
The latest issue of the Evaluation Journal of Australasia (EJA) is out now. Check out the gifts inside Issue 20.3:
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AESociety Oct 4
Registrations for the Making it stick 2 – Impactful evaluation reporting and beyond! (Online 8 + 15 October 2020) workshop must close tomorrow morning:
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ARTD Consultants Sep 28
Last week evaluators gathered for the 's , an online program to celebrate , create connections between evaluators and challenge our thinking. In this week's blog, Moya reflects on the presentations that stuck with her the most
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AESociety Sep 24
Don't miss the final FestEVAL Club, tonight at 6:00pm (AEST). Get the Zoom link by using the contact form in the link. The Club is strictly BYO – grog and bean bag – so settle in for as long or little as you like!
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BetterEvaluation Sep 23
VIDEO: Four provocations from the opening session of , week of events
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AESociety Sep 22
The first 2 days of have certainly been well attended with plenty of provocation to stimulate rich discussions on all things evaluation. Thanks to everyone who has participated so far!
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kylie kingston Sep 21
Thought provoking opening to FestEVAL today 👏🏻
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AESociety Aug 16
The purpose of the Making it stick 1 – Crafting an evaluation report for impact and use Workshop is to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and tools they need for effective evaluation reporting and communication. Thurs 3 + Thurs 10 Sept.
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AESociety Aug 12
Are you an evaluator who works in multi-cultural contexts or in cultures other than your own? This workshop is based on the concept that different cultural values have an influence on the notion & practice of evaluation in diverse contexts. Wed 2 + 9 Sept.
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AESociety Aug 11
Read the latest AES blog on Regional evaluators: why evaluation can’t do without them. This thought-provoking piece was written by by Renée Madsen, an evaluator based in Townsville, North Queensland.
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AESociety Aug 11
Evaluation budgets are often tight in some sectors. But add COVID-19 to the mix, how can you possibly find the budget to conduct important evaluations? Register for the Evaluation on a shoestring Workshop on Tues 1 + Tues 8 Sept 2020 to find out!
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Keryn Hassall Jul 29
Evaluators in Australia or NZ - this is for you...
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AESociety Jul 30
This online workshop will equip participants with an understanding of 10 key principles that make for good evaluation reporting, with identification of the core components and features involved. Mon 17 +Mon 24 Aug
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Aid Works Jul 24
"What does it mean to be an anti-racist evaluator?" - Erin Blake & Erica Orton hosting first online discussion for Multicultural Evaluation Special Interest Group on 30 July. Now fully booked - keep a lookout for the next session! .
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