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COMMUNITY EVENTS & RESOURCES

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CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE EVALUATION

October 18, 2019 | Vancouver, CA

Workshop | Canadian Evaluation Society


Culturally Responsive Evaluation with Kim van der Woerd, Billie Joe Rogers and Sophia Vitalis of Reciprocal Consulting. Want to learn to partner with Indigenous communities, organizations and governments in culturally responsive ways?

This full-day workshop covers research paradigms, worldviews, the legacy of colonization, the reconciliation movement, truth-telling and misconceptions, allyship, legacy of research, and culturally responsive evaluation.

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PATHS TO THE FUTURE OF EVALUATION CONFERENCE

November 11-16, 2019 | Minneapolis, USA

American Evaluation Association Annual Conference

Building the future of the evaluation practice begins at Evaluation 2019 – by assessing and appreciating the past contributions evaluation has made to society, considering the issues where evaluators can bring leadership, and looking ahead toward the renewal of the profession.

TABLEAU CONFERENCE 2019

November 12-15, 2019 | Las Vegas, USA

Tableau Conference

At Tableau Conference we unite behind the mission to help people see and understand data. For four days, over 20,000 people from all industries and organization sizes immerse in a data-driven culture that is unparalleled in the industry. Come to ramp your skills faster with expert-led sessions. Leave with renewed motivation from inspirational keynote speakers and product innovation announcements. Connect to the biggest data community that will embrace you like a warm hug. Join us in Las Vegas for the data journey of a lifetime with fun at every turn.

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EVALUATION TOOLBOX 2.0

CONFERENCE

January 24, 2020 | Vancouver, CA

CESBC | Canadian Evaluation Society Conference

The 2020 CESBC Evaluation Conference is being held in Vancouver, BC, on Friday, January 24, 20210. This conference is about opening up our evaluation toolboxes and sharing with each other what we know and what we’ve learned. The goal is for every attendee to come away from the conference with something new to apply in their work. The conference is an opportunity to strengthen skill sets, build up your network of evaluators, and make new connections. Our focus is on building CESBC’s culture as an innovative and supportive evaluation community.

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