Updated! You are Invited - Evaluation 2005: Crossing Borders, Crossing Boundaries is the joint conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society and the American Evaluation Association to be held October 24-30 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We invite you to participate. Click here to learn more about Evaluation 2005  and the keynote addresses.

Professional Development Workshops: Evaluation 2005 includes 50 workshops that precede and follow the conference. Register early to ensure a space as these are filled on a first-come, first-served basis! Click here to review the workshop descriptions.

New! Registration: Register online or download registration forms for workshops and for Evaluation 2005. Click here to go to secure online registration forms, downloadable registration forms, and a table of registration fees.

Frequently Asked Questions: Want to learn more about conference registration, what to expect at Evaluation 2005, how to connect with colleagues with similar interests, or the American Evaluation Association? Click here for a list of responses to frequently asked questions. 

New! Conference Program: Hardcopy conference programs will be distributed on-site at check in. The searchable draft electronic program is currently online and presenters can generate a customized schedule of their presentations. To access the DRAFT online program click here.

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NEW! Career Center: Once again we will be offering an onsite Career Center to bring together employers and job seekers. Click here to learn more about the Career Center.
Exhibiting, Sponsorship, and Advertising: CES and AEA welcomes evaluation-related exhibitors and sponsors to share their goods and services at Evaluation 2005. Click here if you are interested in exhibiting.
Travel and Hotel Accommodations: Make your reservations early! The Headquarters hotel for Evaluation 2005 is the Sheraton Centre Toronto.
Click here to learn more about the AEA headquarters hotel.

New! Ambassadors: Ambassadors are experienced AEA members who volunteer to reach out to first time conference attendees and anyone with questions. Want to learn more about being an ambassador or how an ambassador may assist you at the conference? Click here.

Session Types: Want to know what a certain type of session will look like? What it is like to present? What AV is available at a session? Click here for an overview of session types offered at Evaluation 2005.

Updated! Students: Students are the future of AEA, CES and the field. We are proud to support student attendance at Evaluation 2005 through a student volunteer program that provides a waived registration and competitively-awarded student travel awards. Click here to learn more about the student options.

International Attendees: CES and AEA welcome attendees from around the world to attend Evaluation 2005. Click here to access resources and opportunities for international attendees.
Contact Us: The AEA staff is available to assist if you have questions about proposal submission, AEA membership, or any other aspect of Evaluation 2005 or the association.  Click here for AEA Contact Information.

Learn more about the American Evaluation Association at www.eval.org