The American Evaluation Association annual meeting brings together over 1700 evaluation practitioners, academics, and students and represents a unique opportunity to meet with professional colleagues in a supportive, invigorating, atmosphere. Proposals that examine any aspect of evaluation theory or practice are invited e.g.:
Evaluation’s Contribution to Management of R, T&D – examination of various aspects of the contribution (both positive and negative) that evaluation can make to the management of research, technology, and development efforts.
Outcomes of R, T&D – examination of the evaluation design and methods to assess the range of benefits which result from various types of R,T&D projects, programs, portfolios, and policies, plus measuring interim performance.
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For questions or to discuss possible topics, contact the R, T&D TIG 2006 program co-chairs:
George Teather, Canada: 613-824-2423, email@example.com
Brian Zuckerman, USA: +1 617-252-6913, firstname.lastname@example.org.
TIG Chair is Gretchen Jordan, USA: email@example.com.
AEA Evaluation 2006: The Consequences of Evaluation
Call for presentations - Deadline Friday, March 17
Proposals are accepted for a variety of formats: Debates, Demonstrations, Panels, Papers, Posters, Roundtables, Think Tanks, and Skill-building Workshops.
To submit or to get more information, go to the Conference website at http://www.eval.org/eval2006/. Select the R, T&D TIG for review of your proposal as part of the submission process.
To view presentations from the R, T&D TIG for 2005 and earlier, go to the WREN Website http://www.wren-network.net under Resources and/or Events.
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