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Jan Hense 12 Aug 2004 - 20:10 Institutionen Institutionen und Organisationen Joint Committee Standards der Evaluation Weblinks
Created in 1975, the Joint Committee is a coalition of major professional associations concerned with the quality of evaluation. The Joint Committee is housed at The Evaluation Center, Western Michigan University.
The Joint Committee has published three sets of standards for evaluations that are now widely recognized. The Personnel Evaluation Standards was published in 1988, The Program Evaluation Standards (2nd edition) was published in 1994 by Sage Publications, and The Student Evaluations Standards was published in 2003.
Since 1986, the research group holds one meeting every year with evaluation experts from national governments, audit institutions, universities and the private sector. Its present membership covers more than 20 countries across four continents.
INTEVAL members address cutting edge issues in a cross national perspective. Research works proceed by email and through subgroup meetings during the annual gathering. Research results usually take the form of co-edited books, most of them being part of the Comparative Policy Analysis Series (Transaction Publishers).
The Australasian Evaluation Society is a professional organisation for people involved in evaluation. Evaluation is used in a range of professions. The AES has over 650 members involved in all aspects of evaluation and performance measurement. Members include evaluation practitioners, managers, teachers and students from all levels of government, educational institutions, research agencies, community organisations, businesses and interested individuals. Members meet regularly through Regional Groups in major cities in Australia and New Zealand.
The International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) is a loose coalition of regional and national evaluation organizations from around the world that is dedicated to building leadership and capacity in developing countries, fostering the cross-fertilization of evaluation theory and practice around the world, and assisting the evaluation profession to take a more global approach to contributing to the identification and solution of world problems.
The American Evaluation Association is an international professional association of evaluators devoted to the application and exploration of program evaluation, personnel evaluation, technology, and many other forms of evaluation. Evaluation involves assessing the strengths and weaknesses of programs, policies, personnel, products, and organizations to improve their effectiveness.
The American Evaluation Association's mission is to:
The primary goal of the European Evaluation Society is to promote theory, practice and utilization of high quality evaluation especially, but not exclusively, within the European countries. This goal is obtained by bringing together academics and practitioners from all over Europe and from any professional sector, thus creating a forum where all participants can benefit from the co-operation and bridge building. The society was founded in the Hague in 1994. The first official board was elected in autumn 1995 and started its work in January 1996.
Gut kommentierte Liste internationaler Evaluationsorganisationen.
Die Schweizerische Evaluationsgesellschaft fördert den Informations- und Erfahrungsaustausch zwischen Politik, Verwaltung, Universität und Beratung im Bereich Evaluation. Sie setzt sich aktiv für die Förderung der Qualität von Evaluationen und deren Verbreitung ein.
La Société Française de l'Évaluation, fondée en juin 1999, a pour vocation générale:
La SFÉ se veut être un lieu de rencontre, de débat et de formation ouvert à l'ensemble des commanditaires, des praticiens et des utilisateurs de l'évaluation, des secteurs public et privé
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