How to be able to participate actively!
Whether you are an evaluator, an evaluation manager, an evaluation commissioner, a user of evaluation services, a social scientist, an auditor or a citizen who recognizes that evaluation is an integral part of good governance in the public, private and voluntary sectors EES encourages and invites all website visitors to exchange views, seek advice or engage critically with one another using the blog feature or to contribute to the EuropEval Digest or via EES Innovative Podcast.
EES encourages its members to exchange views, seek advice or engage critically with one another using the blog feature of the EES website. Before submitting your blog contribution by using the form below, please read the guidelines. Your contribution will be reviewed and edited by Gregory McGann, the EES Blog editor. In case of questions or if you need any assistance in submitting the blog contribution please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The EuropEval Digest
The EuropEval Digest, the EES Newsletter, has been developed to help you keep track of all news and opportunities that are out there in the European evaluation community. Join our contributor’s community by adding content to.
The periodical is divided in four streams: (1) updates from EES, (2) events & training, (3) articles & publications and (4) job opportunities in the field of evaluation.
Through EuropEval Digest you can share your publications, articles, and blogs with our readers.; disseminate European evaluation news; connect with other like-minded professionals; and build your personal and professional brand! The EuropEval Digest is published every first Monday of the month and we wait for new content until the last Monday of the month.
If you are interested to become an EES contributor for the upcoming issue, send us material to email@example.com.
Evaluation on the Edge, the EES podcast
EES Evaluation on the Edge is the EES podcast that provides insights into the implications of new and emerging technologies in evaluation. It discusses the most sophisticated topics and technologies such as big data, machine learning, open data, geospatial analysis, and evaluation of Fintech that show great potential in contributing to the work that evaluators perform as well as debates on challenges and opportunities in their application to evaluation and strengthening critical evidence-based decision-making. It will also look into a wider application of the traditional methods to evaluate innovations as well as introduces novel methods having potential to be applied in evaluation field.
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org