If you didn’t have the opportunity to attend the Australian Evaluation Society’s Annual International Conference in September 2014, you can still learn from the sessions! The AES has posted slide decks from the presentations.
There are slides from the keynotes:
- King, Jean – Engaging communities to build evaluator competence and change the world
- Larkin, Steven – Epistemology and race: making the 'invisible' visible in evaluation
- Mataira, Peter – Issues, processes and politics in working with indigenous communities: strengths-enhancing evaluation research
- Mickwitz, Per – Evaluating policies when transformational change is required
There are additional presentation slides on a variety of topics, including building evaluation capacity, value for money, social return on investment, evaluation competencies, developmental evaluation, theory of change, evaluating partnership effectiveness, determining impact and much more.
FYI – The Australian Evaluation Society’s 2015 Annual International Conference will be held in Melbourne on September 7-9, 2015.