September e-Essential Skills Series

The Canadian Evaluation Society’s on-line ten-week course offers participants with a basic understanding of the main models and practices of evaluation. No prior knowledge of evaluation or social science research methods is required to participate. Participants will gain: Basic knowledge and skills, Appreciation for essential elements of evaluation, Capacity to apply acquired knowledge and skills,...

CES-ON Webinar: Braiding and Restorying Indigenous Research Methodologies: Engaging with Responsive Research

Online

Dr. Jeff Corntassel shares his experience using the First Nations Perspective to decolonize research. Register here! About the Webinar: Braiding and Restorying Indigenous Research Methodologies: Engaging with Responsive Research With extensive experience in practicing community-centered research methods, Dr. Jeff Corntassel and Dr. Jacqueline Quinless developed an approach called “Responsive Research” in 2017. This talk will...

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Culturally Responsive Evaluation Training

Online

Register online here! Course Description: The Canadian Evaluation Society - Ontario Chapter has partnered with Reciprocal Consulting, Inc to offer a two-part online workshop for evaluators to support Culturally Responsive Evaluations through a Reconciliation lens. These sessions will focus on the need for culturally responsive evaluation, while challenging and disrupting status quo evaluations, and will...

The Art and Science of Producing Effective Infographics

Online

The interactive and multi-modal workshop focuses on infographics – artistic or graphic presentation of data to communicate insights. About this event Data visualization as a hot topic in the evaluation world, especially in knowledge transfer activities. The interactive and multi-modal workshop will focus on a specific type of data visualization, namely infographics – artistic or...

October e-Essential Skills Series

The Canadian Evaluation Society’s on-line ten-week course offers participants with a basic understanding of the main models and practices of evaluation. No prior knowledge of evaluation or social science research methods is required to participate. Participants will gain: Basic knowledge and skills, Appreciation for essential elements of evaluation, Capacity to apply acquired knowledge and skills,...

January 2023 e-Essential Skills Series

**Register here!** The Canadian Evaluation Society’s on-line ten-week course offers participants with a basic understanding of the main models and practices of evaluation. No prior knowledge of evaluation or social science research methods is required to participate. Participants will gain: Basic knowledge and skills, Appreciation for essential elements of evaluation, Capacity to apply acquired knowledge...

March 2023 e-Essential Skills Series

**Register here** The Canadian Evaluation Society’s on-line ten-week course offers participants with a basic understanding of the main models and practices of evaluation. No prior knowledge of evaluation or social science research methods is required to participate. Participants will gain: Basic knowledge and skills, Appreciation for essential elements of evaluation, Capacity to apply acquired knowledge...

Feminist Principles in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning

**Register here!** This workshop will guide participants through Oxfam Canada’s Seven Foundations to Feminist Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL). Oxfam’s feminist approach challenges practitioners to think differently about evidence, push the boundaries on data collection, and question who gives meaning and power to knowledge. Through these, challenges, participants will engage in an iterative process...

The Art and Science of Producing Effective Infographics

**Register here!** Data visualization as a hot topic in the evaluation world, especially in knowledge transfer activities. The interactive and multi-modal workshop will focus on a specific type of data visualization, namely infographics – artistic or graphic presentation of data to communicate insights. We will briefly orient infographics in the realm of data visualization, illustrating...

September 2023 e-Essential Skills Series

The Canadian Evaluation Society’s on-line ten-week course offers participants with a basic understanding of the main models and practices of evaluation. No prior knowledge of evaluation or social science research methods is required to participate. Participants will gain: Basic knowledge and skills, Appreciation for essential elements of evaluation, Capacity to apply acquired knowledge and skills,...

CES Ontario Virtual Conference: Building Better Evaluation: Increasing Diversity and Promoting Inclusion

Online

***Register now!*** Announcing the CES-ON 2023 Virtual Conference: Building Better Evaluation – Increasing and Promoting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Do you want to: Better understand how to integrate and promote diversity, equity and inclusion within evaluation practices? Influence Ontario’s evaluation eco-systems? Develop lasting connections to evaluators, networks, and organizations? Connect with and learn from Ontario...

Facilitation Skills for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Practitioners

Online

At some point in their careers, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) practitioners will be placed in a position where they have to communicate their work to a group of people. This may be to project staff, policy makers and other stakeholders. Sometimes, the meeting will be comprised of people who are not fully versed with the...

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