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In this section, members and non-members have access to a range of evaluation resources.

Tips and tricks, and using Zoom

This page contains tips, tricks, and resources for evaluators, especially related to changing work practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Evaluation Journal of Australasia (EJA)

A peer-reviewed journal with articles of professional merit on any subject connected with evaluation. 

Guidelines on Ethical Conduct of Evaluation and Code of Ethics

Ethics refers to right and wrong in conduct. These guidelines for ethical behaviour and decision making in evaluation are intended to foster continuing improvement in the theory, practice and use of evaluation by stimulating awareness and discussion of ethical issues. They are also designed to be used as a framework for discussing ethical issues, and for helping people to recognise and resolve particular ethical issues that arise in the course of an evaluation.

Evaluators' Professional Learning Competency Framework

Published in 2013, the purpose of the Evaluators' Professional Learning Competency Framework is to guide and support members and other interested parties toframework cover enhance their evaluation knowledge and expertise. The Framework contributes to the AES objective of improving the quality of evaluation practice in Australasia and is, therefore, available for download and to inform the work of evaluation professionals.

Useful web links

A list of useful links to evaluation resources categorised into Online journals,  Societies, General evaluation discussion lists, Subject specific evaluation discussion lists and Other useful websites.

Other publications

Contains two publication series: Stories About Evaluation Learning and Evaluation Report. Both resources are currently under development.

Of interest

A handy resource of external seminars, workshops, conferences and publications related to evaluation.

Leading practice in evaluation

Examples of leading practice such as eg. award winning reports and interviews.

Guidelines on Ethical Conduct of Evaluation and Code of Ethics (Revised July 2013)

The original Guidelines were endorsed by the Board of the Australasian Evaluation Society (AES) in December 1997, following a process of development and consultation with members over a number of years. Since early 1998 they have served as a training resource, and have been used by many organisations to inform their evaluation policies.

In December 2000 the Guidelines were incorporated into the AES Code of Ethics which applies to all AES members. Updated versions of the Code and Guidelines were endorsed in 2013

A printed copy of the Guidelines for the Ethical Conduct of Evaluations has been provided to all members of the Society. Additional copies are available at $11 each (incl. GST). Overseas orders are $10.

The following are available as downloadable PDF documents: please note these documents were last revised, and endorsed by the AES Board, in July 2013