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Take Advantage of Canva’s Latest Updates by Jayne Corso

Hi, my name is Jayne Corso and I am the Community Manager for AEA. I have written a few Saturday posts about Canva, a great design tool for amateur designers! They recently updated their offerings, making it easier to creative graphics for social media, blogs, or websites. I wanted to share a few of these …

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SNA TIG Week: An Introduction to Network Canvas by Gregory Phillips

Hello! I’m Gregory Phillips and I work with both the EDIT and CONNECT research programs at Northwestern University’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing. Here at EDIT, we use evaluation, data integration, and technical assistance to foster a learning community to improve the health and wellbeing of LGBTQ+ populations in Chicago and …

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Using Canva for Social Media by Jayne Corso

Hello, my name is Jayne Corso and I am the Community Manager for AEA. Posting on multiple social media sites requires good imagery, and on a low budget this can be tough. Images make your content eye-catching and can even add context to a post. On all channels, posting with images out preforms those without images. …

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Liz Zadnik on Canva as a Helpful and Accessible Tool for Data Visualization

Happy Saturday all!  Liz Zadnik here, your trusty Outreach Coordinator, with some design fun to kick off the weekend.  In addition to being an evaluation enthusiast, I also delight in design (see what I did there?!).   I’d like to share a free and accessible tool you can try to create graphics for reports, social media, …

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Dan McDonnell on Becoming an Amateur Graphic Designer with Canva

Hello, my name is Dan McDonnell and I am a Community Manager at the American Evaluation Association (AEA) and a regular contributor to AEA365. Sharing photos has always been a popular pasttime, and the rise of social media has made it even easier than ever. The only major obstacle is the differing requirements by channel when …

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Perfecting Stakeholder Involvement by Mary Lou D’Allegro

My name is Mary Lou D’Allegro and I am the Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Columbia State Community College.  I am responsible for the quality of our programs and the faculty who teach in those programs. There is not much that is NOT evaluated in higher education.  The double negative was intended.  Yet, for all …

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YFE TIG Week: Engaging young people in online consultations using Slack by Dr. Natasha Koustova and Kimberly Bowman

We are Dr. Natasha Koustova and Kimberly Bowman and we work with Girl Guides of Canada.  Girl Guides represents nearly 100,000 girls and women across Canada and aims to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls.  As staff, we look for opportunities to meaningfully incorporate girls and ‘girl-voice’ into the organization’s design, research and evaluation …

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#EvalTwitter Week: Create Visuals to Help Your Tweets Stand Out Among the Crowd by Echo Rivera

Hey there, I’m Echo Rivera, owner of Creative Research Communications, LLC and advisory team member of AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i). I love Twitter, and have been tweeting since 2012. I’m here to help your tweets stand out from the crowd. And by “crowd,” I mean the estimated 500 million tweets sent per day. The …

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SEA PD Week: Visualizing Evaluation Findings Using Infographics by Gaelyn West

Hi all! My name is Gaelyn West and I serve as the State Government Representative and Board Member for the Southeast Evaluation Association (SEA). My work experience includes program evaluation, strategic planning, and grant development in state government. One of the most important tasks that evaluators face is relaying their evaluation findings to a lay …

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GEDI Week: Innovatively Engaging Stakeholders Using Culturally Responsive Evaluation Methods by Yamelith Aguilar and Tiffinie Jana’e Cobb

Greetings from alumnae of the GEDI cohort, Ohana. We are Yamelith Aguilar, MPH, and Tiffinie Jana’e Cobb, MPH. Today’s notes are based on our reflections on incorporating culturally responsive evaluation (CRE) in multiple evaluation phases. CRE is a growing movement in the evaluation field that demands our attention to the complex cultural context in play. …

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