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  • Some background on how articles in Evaluation Matters—He Take Tō Te Aromatawai are offered online here as soon as they are finalised, but before they are added to a volume of the journal.
Author(s): Sean Curry

Fellows’ Strand plenary
Evaluation for the Anthropocene: Shaping a sustainability-ready evaluation field
2018 Canadian Evaluation Society Conference

Author(s): Jess Berentson-Shaw

Keynote Address for ANZEA Conference, July 2018, Wellington

Author(s): Jane Furness

Review
Sara Efrat Efron and Ruth Ravid. (2019). Writing a literature review: A practical guide. New York, NY: Guilford Press. 298 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4625-3689-4

Author(s): Patrick Field

Fellows’ Strand plenary
Evaluation for the Anthropocene: Shaping a sustainability-ready evaluation field

Author(s): Heather Hamerton and Amanda Torr

In Aotearoa New Zealand, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) has an evaluative quality-assurance framework for all non-university tertiary education organisations. NZQA expects organisations to engage in their own self-assessment to maintain and improve quality and achieve outcomes. However, NZQA allows each organisation to decide its own methods, so long...

Author(s): Frances Valintine

Keynote Address for ANZEA Conference, July 2019, Waipuna Lodge, Auckland.
Frances Valintine is a “Futurist” thought-leader in emerging and disruptive technologies and has 20 years’ experience across business, technology, and education. In 2013, Frances founded The Mind Lab, a unique collaboration between a public education provider and a specialist...

Author(s): Aneta Cram, Rodney Hopson, Marvin Powell, Asia Williams, and Akashi Kaul

Programme theory (PT) development can prove challenging, as power dynamics among stakeholders and/or between the evaluator and stakeholders can be hard to navigate. An important part of the PT-development process is navigating the points of knowledge of a programme and merging them to gain accurate insight on the programme and...

Author(s): E. Jane Davidson

Fellows’ Strand plenary
Evaluation for the Anthropocene: Shaping a sustainability-ready evaluation field
2018 Canadian Evaluation Society Conference

Author(s): Fiona Cram
Author(s): Andy Rowe

Fellows’ Strand plenary
Evaluation for the Anthropocene: Shaping a sustainability-ready evaluation field
2018 Canadian Evaluation Society Conference

Author(s): Juha I. Uitto

Fellows’ Strand plenary
Evaluation for the Anthropocene: Shaping a sustainability-ready evaluation field
2018 Canadian Evaluation Society Conference

Author(s): Rick Williams

Why the reference to “a dangerous time” in the article title? I believe that we now live and do evaluation research in a period when governance in advanced democratic societies is unusually difficult. We face deep and far-reaching challenges—climate change, income inequality, disruptive technologies, globalised markets, and so forth—for which...

Author(s): Fiona Cram
Author(s): Jo MacDonald

The questions of who values, with whom, in what ways, and under what conditions concern all evaluators but are explicitly considered by some theorists more than others. Theorists placed on the valuing branch of Christie and Alkin’s (2013) evaluation theory tree emphasise valuing in their conceptualisation of evaluation, but even...