Benefits

EES membership benefits:

Individual membership benefits

  1. Subscription to Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice with electronic access * and optionally with printed copies to be sent quaterly. 
  2. Reduced conference registration fee for  the EES Biennial conferences and priority to receive advanced information about forthcoming EES conferences;
  3. Reduced registration rates for professional development events (organized or co-organized by EES);
  4. EES newsletter “Connections” sent exclusively in electronic form and permanent access to the past issues on the EES website;
  5. Ability to participate in the only European association of evaluators, with opportunities to influence the direction and the activities of EES (e.g. throught participation in various Thematic working groups – TWG);
  6. Opportunity to post information on the EES website, e.g. jobs/tenders offers, trainings, events/conferences and resources;
  7. Opportunities for networking and sharing information with colleagues across Europe with similar interest via access to BLOG and FORMUS on the EES website;
  8. Access to directory of members;
  9. Access to the EES website with information about upcoming events, various resources, employment opportunities, information about society, link to other evaluation organizations in Europe and beyond;
  10. Being part of a European community of people with a common interest in evaluation;
  11. Greater awareness of the latest news concerning evaluation across Europe;
  12. Potential to contribute to the development of evaluation culture across Europe;
  13. Potential of joint activities with EES.

Institutional membership benefits:

  1. Five subscriptions to Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice in hardcopies and the electronic access to past issues; *
  2. Reduced conference registration fees (up to five institutional representatives) for the EES Biennial conferences and priority to receive advanced information about forthcoming EES conferences;
  3. Reduced registration rates for professional development events (organized or co-organized by EES);
  4. EES newsletter “Connections” sent exclusively to institutional members in a hardcopy (five pieces) and permanent access to the past issues on the EES website;
  5. Ability to participate in the only European association of evaluators, with opportunities to influence the direction and the activities of EES (e.g. throught participation in various Thematic working groups – TWG);
  6. Opportunity to post information on the EES website, e.g. jobs/tenders offers, trainings, events/conferences and resources;
  7. Opportunities for networking and sharing information with colleagues across Europe with similar interest via access to BLOG and FORMUS on the EES website;
  8. Access to directory of members;
  9. Being seen and recognised as a leader in evaluation in Europe – you will be identified and recognised as an institutional member of EES on the EES website via your logo and description;
  10. Access to the EES website with information about upcoming events, various resources, employment opportunities, information about society, link to other evaluation organizations in Europe and beyond;
  11. Being part of a European community of people with a common interest in evaluation;
  12. Greater awareness of the latest news concerning evaluation across Europe;
  13. Potential to contribute to the development of evaluation culture across Europe;
  14. Potential of joint activities with EES;
  15. Other potential benefits can be discussed (e.g. links on the EES website to your own organisation and/or resources).
     

* After receiving the payment, the Sage Journal -  Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice can be reached instantly from the EES account following the link here