aes20 conference proposals extended to Monday 9 March 2020
aes20 conference proposals including ignite sESSIONS extended to monday 9 march 2020
The aes20 call for conference and ignite session presentation papers has been extended and is now closing in just under two week's time on Monday 9th March.
We invite you to submit a proposal for delivering a presentation at the aes20 conference to be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 9-11 September 2020. Conference workshops will be held on Monday 7 September and Tuesday 8 September.
Click here to submit your conference presentation proposal by Monday 9th March.
Proposal submission deadlines
Conference presentation proposals: 9 March 2020
Ignite presentations: 9 March 2020
Workshop proposals have now closed
Conference presenters will be notified of acceptance during May 2020.
aes20 conference theme: Through the lens
Evaluation has the power to be a lens that transforms the way we see the world. As evaluators, as people, we wear many lenses that shape what we see and how we focus our vision. Our lenses can help us to reflect on the wisdom of our elders; to refract our knowledge and learning in ways that enable us to embrace diversity in our communities; as well as to refocus on the future and create shared visions that resonate.
Proposals should contribute to the following conference sub-themes:
Join us in Brisbane to learn, create connections and shape the ever-evolving role of evaluation and evaluators.
For further details on conference presentation proposals please click here
For information on presentation formats, including ignite sessions please click here
To submit your proposal please click here
Interested in reviewing conference proposals or ignite presentations?
Expressions of interest close 2 March 2020.
The aes20 conference committee is seeking your assistance to review the conference proposals. The call for conference proposals closes on 2 March 2020. If you volunteer, you will need to review the proposals between 16 and 30 March 2020.
With the exception of Ignite presentations, all conference proposals reviews will be a double-blind review. This means that author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. The review process is fully automated and anonymous. You will be provided with instructions to guide your review when using the online assessment tool. Reviewers' names will be published in the conference abstract book.
If you are interested, please register here.
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