Stuart Henderson recently posed an interesting question on the AEA LinkedIn discussion forum:
Having just returned from the AEA meetings and come across the book The Two Second Advantage (Ranadive and Maney), I’m wondering what people think are some exciting developments in evaluation.
The book, “The Two Second Advantage” (Ranadive and Maney), suggests that
Read the whole post –> What’s new and exciting in evaluation? Looking two seconds ahead
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
Read the whole post –> 2011 Australasian Evaluation Society Conference Support Grants for emerging Indigenous evaluators
anzea (the Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association) is calling for contributions for its first edition of Karearea, its new evaluation digest collating up-to-date information and thinking in evaluation. ( The first a in Karearea is supposed to have an overline, like in Maori, but it’s not displaying properly).
The first edition aims to collate
Read the whole post –> Call for resources on Indigenous evaluation
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
Read the whole post –> AES Conference Support Grants