The purpose of the Evaluation Journal of Australasia (known as EJA, ISSN 1035-719X), is to further the aims of the AES in promoting the theory, research and practice of evaluation. To do so it publishes articles of professional merit on any subject connected with evaluation, together book reviews and example of professional practice of professional interest to members of the AES.
The Evaluation Journal of Australasia is published quarterly on 1 September, 1 December, 1 March, and 1 June by SAGE Publishing. Issues of the journal are available to members as a free download from SAGE. Non-members and institutions can purchase subscriptions, or individual journal articles from SAGE.
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AES member access
Members have full access to the current issue and full back-catalogue of the EJA, as well as six additional evaluation-related SAGE journals by clicking here. (Note, you need to log in with your member username and password to access this page.)
The following SAGE journals are available exclusively to AES members:
Evaluation Journal of Australasia
Evaluation Review - A Journal of Applied Social Research
Journal of Mixed Methods Research
Evaluation and the Health Professions
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Earlier AES publications
Earlier publications of the Australasian Evaluation Society are:
- The Bulletin of the Australasian Evaluation Society (ISSN 1030-6463) was published from November 1987 to May 1989), changing its name to Evaluation Journal of Australasia (ISSN 1035-719X) in November/December 1989. The current format of the EJA commenced in 2001.
- Evaluation News and Comment (ISSN 1039-8473) was published betweeen November 1992 and June 2000.