Working journalists are welcome to register for Evaluation 2017 and attend the plenary sessions, concurrent sessions, ignite sessions, and other educational sessions. Journalists may also attend food functions in the exhibit hall, but are required to pay a $75 fee to do so. Please note that the AEA Business Meeting, topical interest group meetings, workshops, roundtables, and Friday evening social event are closed to press.
If you are a member of the press, email firstname.lastname@example.org for a press registration code. Please include your name, credentials, title, and affiliation. Press identification is required, and the American Evaluation Association (AEA) reserves the right to deny individual press registration requests.
Press badges are not transferrable to others. The replacement cost for lost press badges is $25.
- Use of the society or meeting name or logo is not permitted without written authorization.
- Anyone who publishes an article(s) about Evaluation 2017 must be registered under the press registration type.
- All Evaluation 2017 related press releases, media advisories, and other publications must clearly name the source of financial support.
- Press photography during any Evaluation session or event is prohibited. However, registered journalists may take photographs of presenters before or after their session with written consent to use the photographs as part of a news article.
- Press photography in the exhibit hall is strictly prohibited for any reason.
- The keynote session featuring Dr. Medina may not be photographed.
Press Video and Audio Recording
- Registered journalists may use audio recording devices during Evaluation 2017 sessions for reporting purposes only. These audio recordings may not be rebroadcast in full or part for any reason.
- Use of video in the keynote session featuring Dr. Medina is contractually forbidden.
- Video recording, including handheld or mobile devices, of any Evaluation 2017 session or event is prohibited.
- Registered journalists may audio record interviews with individual presenters provided that the interviewee has agreed and given written consent prior to recording.
- Video and audio recording in the exhibit hall is strictly prohibited at all times.