(2) Innovative Niche
(3) Systems Thinking
(4) Complexity Concepts
(5) Utilization-Focused Evaluation
(6) Developmental Social Justice Purposes
(7) Timely and Culturally Appropriate Feedback
(8) Evaluation Rigour
...and one (or multiple!) or our working principles: social justice, undivided selves, connectedness, community facing, artistic expression, loving relationships, and generosity of spirit.
We are seeking short essays, quotes, book reviews, podcasts, musical lyrics, poetry, photo essays, quotes, policy notes or program briefs, and any other creative submissions which seek to illuminate the principles and practice of developmental evaluation for social justice and are written for an interdisciplinary readership.
The goals of the creation of the e-Anthology are to establish a network of relevant individuals interested and passionate about developmental evaluation for social justice; gather knowledge, wisdom and insight, and experiences pertaining to the theory and practice of DE; create an overarching model and supporting content for the forthcoming DEI course curriculum.
We are eager to hear your voice! Please send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 14th, 2018.
In addition, the editorial board of DEI is also seeking peer reviewers and copy-editors for the inaugural DEI e-anthology to assist with reviewing and editing the first edition and future edition. To volunteer for any of these positions, please fill out this brief volunteer form.
Please comment below or contact us with any questions you have, we look forward to hearing from you.