Well, here are some photo highlights from day one of AEA 2012. I was an AEA volunteer photographer for that evening. It’s always neat to go from one place to another, exploring all the nooks and crannies, while on “official business”. It’s a lot like doing ethnographic research, only with less stake and perhaps more fun! Typically, I shoot with a dSLR for event photography. Because of air travel/customs, I defaulted back on to my five-year-old point-and-shoot. Not my favourite toy in my bag of goodies, but certainly did the trick!
By Chi Yan Lam
Dr. Chi Yan Lam is a Credentialed Evaluator and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of evaluation at the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen’s University; he is also a full-time evaluator practicing in public service. He specializes in evaluating large-scale, complex programs and incorporates multi-, mixed- and design methods in his evaluations to answer questions of importance to program administrators and policy makers working on educational and social programs. His articles on evaluation have been published in peer-reviewed journals, including the American Journal of Evaluation and the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation. He has been a holder of the professional designation in evaluation since 2014.View Archive →