Welcome to the CESBC Conference Home Page!
Here you will find recent updates to the 2023 CESBC evaluation conference as well as a summary of the ways to be involved in this years conference.
Conference Registration Now Open!
Early Bird Registration will be open from: Monday August 21st- Friday September 29th
Regular Registration will be open from: Saturday September 30th - Day of Conference (tickets available at the door).
To register please visit our event registration page.
Pre-conference workshop registration now open! Register here.
Meet Dr. Chandria D. Jones, a trailblazing force in the world of research and evaluation, passionately championing culturally responsive and equitable evaluation. With a unique blend of expertise as a mixed-methods researcher, Dr. Chandria D.Jones is at the forefront of driving meaningful change in the realms of systems transformation, social justice, and health equity.
Click here for Dr. Chandria D. Jones's complete bio, and to find out more about this years pre-conference workshop.
Application for bursaries to this years conference now open! Apply here.
Consistent with the Canadian Evaluation Society’s values, we seek to increase accessibility for this year's CESBC conference by providing bursaries for travel costs, conference ticket prices, and accommodation for under-represented groups and historically oppressed groups. For more information please see the conference bursary webpage or view the application form here.
Call for Abstracts is now closed.
We are inviting all people interested in presenting at this year's CESBC Evaluation Conference to submit an abstract for review before July 21st 2023. There are a number of different presentation formats to best suit the needs of your content and material, from traditional PowerPoint presentations to poster presentations and interactive workshops, we encourage engaging and creative methods of presenting and knowledge sharing. See last years program guide for abstract and bio examples.
Tips for writing and submitting an abstract found here.
Based on this years abstract writing workshop presented by CESBC and credentialed evaluator Beth Snow, we have compiled a list of tips for writing an abstract, as well as provided responses to frequently asked questions to better support your abstract writing.
Considering submitting an abstract for a poster? Check out our guidelines and tips PDF here.
A poster is only a brief representation of the project or issue. A poster usually contains around 800 to 1000 words (depending on what or how many illustrations you are using) and generally covers aspects such as the most important or interesting finding or thinking from or behind a project, any results (if applicable), and the main take-aways you would like other participants to remember from your work.
The 2023 CESBC Conference theme and streams have been announced! Click here for the complete overview.
CESBC is excited to announce the 2023 annual one-day conference that will continue our mission of bringing inspirational learning and deeper growth to the BC evaluation community through engaging and interactive presentations, workshops, and networking activities.
There are many initiatives for this years conference and many ways to be involved. Please take the time to explore the various tabs outlined below, on this website that describe each initiative.
Please do not hesitate to contact the conference planning team with any questions, comments, or concerns at email@example.com