Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation

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 28, No 3 (2014): Professionalizing Evaluation / La professionnalisation de l’évaluation

Table of Contents

Editor’s Remarks PDF
 
Un mot du rédacteur PDF
 

Articles

Introduction to Professionalizing Evaluation: A Global Perspective on Evaluator Competencies PDF
Jean King, Donna Podems
Introduction à la professionnalisation de l’évaluation : Perspective globale sur les compétences des évaluateurs PDF
Jean King, Donna Podems
A Professional Grounding and History of the Development and Formal Use of Evaluator Competencies PDF
Yuanjing Wilcox, Jean King
Evaluator Competencies: The Canadian Experience PDF
Heather Buchanan, Keiko Kuji-Shikatani
Evaluator Competencies: The Aotearoa New Zealand Experience PDF
Nan Wehipeihana, Robyn Bailey, E. Jane Davidson, Kate McKegg
Evaluator Competencies: The South African Government Experience PDF
Donna Podems, Ian Goldman, Christel Jacob
The Emerging Field of Evaluation and the Growth of the Evaluation Profession: The Russian Experience PDF
Alexey Kuzmin, Daniel Tsygankov
M&E Competencies in Support of the AIDS Response: A Sector-Specific Example PDF
Gillian Fletcher, Greet Peersman, William Bertrand, Deborah Rugg
A Good Start, but We Can Do Better PDF
Andy Rowe
Evaluator Competencies and Professionalizing the Field: Where Are We Now? PDF
Donna Podems


ISSN: 1496-7308