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Don't miss out on the opportunity to participate in the three day conference program and two days of pre-conference workshops and learn from and contribute to discussions with leading thinkers and practitioners in evaluation today, including keynote speakers
Michael Quinn Patton, Penny Hagen and Karol Olejniczak.
Join colleagues from around New Zealand, Australia, the Asia Pacific region, and the world to explore the theme Transformations.
Take advantage of our online registration process to ensure you join us this September in Launceston. Click here to register
Click here to see the pre-conference workshop program. Draft conference program will be released in June 2018.
Early bird registrations close 6 July 2018
Conference support grants for emerging Indigenous evaluators
The AES is pleased to invite applications from emerging Indigenous evaluators from across the Australasian and Pacific region for support to participate in the AES Annual International Conference.
Please click here for full details including how to apply.
As well as being an excellent speaker and storyteller, Michael has also written several seminal evaluation text books including Utilization-Focused Evaluation, Getting to Maybe, Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methods, and in 2017 Principles focused evaluation.
More featured speakers will be announced over the coming months.
AES has a comprehensive program of professional learning activities with a strong regional approach: workshops, seminars, breakfasts and the annual AES conference. Non-members are always welcome to our events.