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IEA Affiliate Week: Let’s Get Digital — Ripple-Effect Mapping in the COVID-19 Era by Sarah Goletz and Jennifer Taylor

Hello! We are Sarah Goletz and Jennifer Taylor with the Indiana Area Health Education Centers Network Office (part of Indiana University School of Medicine).  Today, we are going to overview how we moved our Ripple Effect Mapping (REM) Session, a usually vital, in-person event, online.  It is weird to think that just over six months …

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IEA Affiliate Week: Pivoting and Adapting during COVID by Jennifer Bellville

Hi! I’m Jennifer Bellville, a Consultant at Diehl Consulting Group and President of the Indiana Evaluation Association (IEA), a local affiliate of AEA. I am excited to start off IEA’s posts about pivoting and adapting during COVID. Like many of you, my projects, interactions, and work environment are different during this season – and so …

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ICCE TIG Week: COVID-19 and the off-grid energy sector: How are consumers affected? By Marina Lahowin and Tabitha Olang

This is Marina Lahowin and Tabitha Olang of The Rockefeller Foundation’s Power & Climate team. We have the pleasure of sharing our experience related to this AEA365 week’s focus on Power and Participation in International and Cross Cultural Evaluation. When the novel Coronavirus began to spread across the world, the voices of rural communities were …

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LaRED TIG Week: Becoming Culturally Responsive During COVID-19 Era by Diana Lemos

(Spanish version) Hello fellow evaluators! I am Diana Lemos from the Center for Health Equity at the American Medical Association in Chicago, IL. Our nation’s approach to the COVID-19 epidemic has left us with many important lessons and difficult learnings. At the Center, we built an ongoing repository of health equity-focused resources to identify and …

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Oregon Evaluators Week: Navigating evaluation in the time of COVID 19 – an Oregon perspective by Kimberly Leonard and Kimberlee Salmond

Hi there, we are Kimberly Leonard and Kimberlee Salmond. We are pleased to kick off a week of AEA365 posts from Oregon evaluators. We are both Senior Research Officers at Oregon Community Foundation (OCF). The OCF research team plays a variety of roles to support research, evaluation and learning at the foundation, including evaluating our …

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Equitable Data Collection in the Age of COVID by Ally Rakus

Hi, this is Ally Rakus. I’m a graduate student of public policy at NYU Wagner and intern at Evaluation + Learning Consulting. The COVID-19 pandemic has created new and exacerbated existing challenges of administering programs and services; program evaluation is not immune to these challenges, especially data collection. Under normal circumstances, collecting data from participants …

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NA TIG Week: Just-in-Time Community Engaged Needs Assessment: COVID-19 Redux by Lisle Hites

Welcome to the Needs Assessment TIG’s week on AEA 365! I’m Lisle Hites, Chair of the Needs Assessment TIG, Associate Professor in Community Medicine and Population Health at the University of Alabama. On behalf of all of us in the Needs Assessment TIG, I hope you enjoy this week’s blog entries and we look forward …

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Ed Eval TIG Week: COVID-19’s Disruptive Impact on K-12 Educational Evaluation by Carrie Wiley and Becky Dvorak

Hi there! We are Carrie Wiley and Becky Dvorak. We are senior researchers at the Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) and work on a variety of educational program and policy evaluations. While the long-term impact of the shutdown or modification of nearly all aspects of society is yet to be seen, the short-term disruption to …

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Reflex or Reflection: Three Lessons for Evaluators Amid COVID-19 by Martena Reed

Hey there! I’m Martena Reed, Research Associate at the Urban Institute where I study community engagement and solutions for homelessness. I’m interested in and always exploring ways to thread equity into the methods we use to understand implementation and outcomes of social change efforts. As shelter-in-place orders are being implemented across the country, we as …

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