Welcome to the Victorian online hub
AES members across Australia and New Zealand engage with each other through networking, special interest groups, professional learning events, and many interact through their local regional group and local events.
For all members the Victorian region offers a variety of activities throughout the year, including a monthly seminar program, one-off Issues events and working groups on a range of evaluation topics. Non-members are welcome to attend many of these events and activities.
2017 Victorian Seminar program
Set out below are details of the 2017 program of seminars for the Victorian Branch of the Australasian Evaluation Society. There is no charge for the seminars (unless otherwise stated).
Venue: VicHealth Seminar Room, Ground Floor, 15-31 Pelham Street, Carlton
Time: 5.30 –7.00PM, 3rd Wednesday of each month from February to November
NOTE! Occasionally events are held at different venues, and on different dates and times. Please check the individual sessions for details.
|15/02||Youth Participation in M&E||
Christina Deng &
|15/03||Developing Cascading M&E||
|19/04||Chains of logic: Overcoming limitations of program theory and its use in evaluation||Ian Patrick,
Ian Patrick and Associates
|17/05||Using GIS Technology for Engagement and Planning|| Anthony Ainsberg,
|21/06||Strong Communities. Strong Culture. Strong Children. Family Matters: An Evaluation by and with Aboriginal People for Aboriginal People||Professor Aron Shlonsky, University of Melbourne School of Health Sciences|
|19/07||Methods lab- Impact Evalution||Brad Astbury,
Centre For Program Evalution, University of Melbourne
|16/08||When "What Works" Doesn't||Prof Patricia Rogers,
|20/09||Data Visualisation||Dr Sue Finch,
Statistical Consulting Centre, University of Melbourne
|18/10||Evaluation of philanthropically funded initiatives: A funder's perspective on what good evaluation looks like||Dr Squirrel Main,
The Ian Potter Foundation
|15/11||Evaluating Climate Change Resilience||Martin Pritchard &
Pacific Research and Evalution Associates
This regional online hub provides access to committee information, Victorian specific news and events and an online forum. Non-members have limited access to the full range of features of the regional online hubs. Find out about the benefits of membership and how to join.
Please take the time to browse the new site, including your regional online hub, and become familiar with its features.
Lee-Anne Molony, Victorian Network Convenor