The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation is published three times a year by the Canadian Evaluaton Society (CES) (under the international standard serial number ISSN 0834-1516). It seeks to promote the theory and practice of program evaluation in Canada by publishing:
- Articles on all aspects of the theory and practice of evaluation, including methodology, evaluation standards, implementation of evaluations, reporting and use of studies, and the audit or metaevaluation of evaluation.
- Research and Practice Notes that provide practical examples of the applications of particular methodologies or procedures within the context of a particular study or group of studies.
- Addressing Challenges in Evaluation Practice is a section of the journal is devoted to the presentation of real-life cases by evaluation practitioners. We encourage submissions that highlight challenges encountered in evaluation design, conduct, reporting, knowledge transfer and utilization.
- Book Reviews of relevance to the practice in Canada.
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Vol 29, No 1 (2014): Spring - Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation
Table of Contents
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|Evaluating the Identity of Program Recipients Using An Identity Exploration Instrument|
|Elaine Sylvia Hogard|
|Supporting Knowledge Translation Through Evaluation: Evaluator as Knowledge Broker|
|Catherine Donnelly, Lori Letts, Don Klinger, Lyn Shulha|
|Assessing the Quality of Aboriginal Program Evaluations|
|Steve Jacob, Geoffroy Desautels|
|Towards a Definition of Evaluation within the Canadian Context: Who Knew This Would Be So Difficult?|
|Cheryl Poth, Mary Kay Lamarche, Alvin Yapp, Erin Sulla, Cairine Chisamore|
|Contributing Factors to the Continued Blurring of Research and Evaluation: Strategies for Moving Forward|
|Evaluating Humanitarian Action in Real Time: Recent Practices, Challenges, and Innovations|
|Edmonds, W. A., & Kennedy, T. D. (2012). An Applied Reference Guide to Research Designs: Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Methods|
|Chilisa, B. (2012). Indigenous Research Methodologies|
|Guest, G., MacQueen, K. M., & Namey, E. E. (2012). Applied Thematic Analysis|