Genuine Evaluation at AES: Patricia Rogers on Purposeful Program Theory

Sue Funnell and Patricia Rogers at the Purposeful Program Theory launch

 

Looking for a nuanced and intelligent approach to using program theory for programs that have simple, complicated, and/or complex aspects?

Then be sure to catch Patricia Rogers’ one-day workshop on Purposeful Program Theory at the Australasian Evaluation Society conference in Adelaide, August 28th 2012.

I attended a half-day version of this workshop at the

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AES conference, Adelaide Aug 27-31, early bird registration extended to 25 June

Evaluation in a Changing World

This year’s theme for the Australasian Evaluation Society’s conference invites all those with an interest in evaluation to think about the ways our world is changing and therefore our work is – or could be – changing.

The preliminary program for the conference, to be held in Adelaide this

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2011 Australasian Evaluation Society Conference Support Grants for emerging Indigenous evaluators

The AES is providing grants for emerging Indigenous evaluators to meet the partial or full costs of attendance at the 2011 conference where the financial constraints may prevent participation. The ultimate goal and vision of these grants is to increase the number of Indigenous evaluators in the Australasian area and to strengthen their evaluation capacities.

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AES Conference Support Grants

Eligible evaluators wishing to attend the Australasian Evaluation Society Conference in August/September (in Wellington, New Zealand) may want to check out the following opportunity for funding to help them attend:

The Australasian Evaluation Society is pleased to invite emerging Indigenous evaluators from Australia and New Zealand and emerging evaluators from South East Asia and the

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