Thematic Breakfast Roundtables
Thematic breakfast roundtables are a great opportunity for Conference 2010 participants to network and share their experiences in evaluation! Anyone is welcome to join. Led by a volunteer facilitator (see below), these informal groups discuss a shared interest in a particular area or topic of evaluation.
The thematic breakfast roundtables will be held on Tuesday, May 4, 2010, from 7:30AM to 8:30AM in the Saanich Room. A continental breakfast will be served; the cost is already included in your Conference fee.
Facilitators wanted! Conference delegates interested in facilitating a thematic breakfast roundtable are asked to submit their names, e-mail address and the topic you would like to discuss to the Conference Secretariat, attention Kylie Hutchinson at [email protected]. This information will be posted on the 2010 Conference web site. Should potential participants have inquiries about the topic and content, they will be able to contact you directly.
As a facilitator you need only to identify a theme or topic and meet your group at the table number assigned to your topic. You don't need to prepare anything! The discussion is meant to be informal.
Participants wanted! The list of topics and facilitators will be posted on the Conference web site and updated as topics are received. If you want to join a particular group, submit your name and e-mail address to the Conference Secretariat at [email protected]. Your name will be added to the group on the web site so that you can find out who your breakfast mates will be.
Check back for updates!
|List of planned thematic breakfasts|
|01||Challenges and Mitigation Strategies Used for Conducting Evaluations Within a Funding Agency Environment||Donna Smith-Moncrieffe|| |
|02||Mentorship in Evaluation||James Coyle||Teresa Moichita|
|03||CES Educational Fund Annual General Meeting||Nancy Porteous||Rochelle Zorzi|
|04||Cultural Competence and Evaluation||Hubert Paulmer and Keiko Kuji-Shikitani||Alix Little|
|05||Distance Evaluation Certificate with Claremont Graduate University||Paul Thomas||Kylie Hutchinson, Laura Anderson, Shehnaz Ali, Andrea Hunter, Karyn Hicks|
|06||CES National Advocacy Committee||Barry Warrack, Vice President, CES National Council||Sandy Moir|
|07||Defining Evaluation Indicators That Can Be Used Effectively and are SMART||Harry Cummings||Kristy Hoyak, Baasra Waseem, Leslie Ayre-Jaschke, Sandra Sellick, Christine Drimmie|
|08||Collecting Community-Level Data for Evaluation||Blair Jackson||Shabnam Ziabakhsh, Anne McCulloch, Pamela Martin, Dianne Lepa|
|09||To Join or Not to Join ReLAC||Gunter Rochow|| |
|10||Réseau francophone d'évaluation||Jean Serge Quesnel||Sandra Moreau, Diane Simpson|
|11||Being an Internal Evaluator: Challenges and Successes||Martha McGuire and Marla Steinberg||Kathleen Brennan|
|12||High-Quality Cost-Effective Evaluations – What Works||Beate Schiffer-Graham, Courtney Amo and Anne Routhier||Bill Reid, Philippe Bâcle , Lihong Sun|
|13||Looking at the intersection of Education, Health and Social Services – How do we evaluate Neighbourhood Learning Centers?||Kate Bigsby|| |
|14||Getting evaluation results used||Graham Smith|| |
|15||CES Chapters – Professional Development in Action||Bea Courtney, Terry Spencer, Lisa O'Reilly, Michelle Anderson-Draper||Erica Bell-Lowther|
|16||International Development Evaluation Association||Ken Stephenson||Marie-Hélène Boily|
|17||CESBC Chapter Board Reconnection and Open Invitation Thematic Breakfast||Wendy Rowe|| |
|18||Cluster, Initiative, and Developmental Evaluation||Beverly Parsons|| |
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