The 2017 Canadian Evaluation Society conference is just around the corner! The conference organizers have curated a list of sessions that may be of interest to non-profit organizations. There are some great events that they can particpate in for free:
Evaluation Webinar, 12pm April 26
Transformation in Evaluators’ Roles: Reflections from CES 2017 Presenters
The CES BC-Yukon Chapter is hosting a free webinar to share reflections from a handful of presentations from the upcoming CES 2017 Conference. These presentations share a common focus on the shifting role of the evaluator in the assessment of innovative or evolving programs that exist within complex and dynamic environments. Each presenter will provide a brief presentation, followed by a question and answer period. Presenters’ bios and summaries of their presentations will be released shortly.
Evaluation Workshops on Sunday, April 30
5 spaces in each of the following workshops are reserved for non-profit participants, free of charge. Registration will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, email: email@example.com. Please include: name, title, organization. Registration for workshops does not include meals or conference registration.
Sunday Full day (9:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Going Deep on Participatory and Collaborative Approaches to Evaluation by Dr. Bradley Cousins CE, Hind Al Hudib, Dr. Lyn Shulha, and Nathalie Gilbert (Intermediate Level)
Sunday Morning (9:00 am to 12:00 pm)
Tweet This! Social Media Tools for Evaluators by Trish Paton (Intermediate Level)
Learning to Use a Reflexive Model in Evaluation Practice by Jenna van Draanen Earwaker (Intermediate Level)
Sunday Afternoon (1:00 pm to 4:00 pm)
Conflict is No Game, or is It? by Carey Gray (Beginner Level)
Learning Processes and Tools for Use in Developmental Evaluation by Dr. Keiko Kuji-Shikatani CE and Megan Borner CE (Intermediate Level)
Moving Program Evaluation Forward: Measuring Outcomes Using Simulation Methods by Erica McDiarmid, Megha Bhavsar, Latika Nirula and Alyssa Kelly (Intermediate Level)