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Twitter’s Conference Takeaways by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy conference week! I’m Elizabeth DiLuzio, lead curator of AEA365. Couldn’t make it to the AEA conference this year but would still like to connect with and learn from the community? The Twitterverse has got you. While nothing is comparable to attending yourself, there’s a mighty cadre of live Tweeters who share their favorite quotes, …

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Tips for Navigating a Virtual Conference by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy conference week! I’m Elizabeth DiLuzio, lead curator for AEA365. Today, let’s talk about ways to get the most out of a conference. Go broad – Identify a few topics you would like to learn more about. These could be methods you’ve heard evaluators mention that piqued your curiosity, topics you’ve read about in AEA365 …

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Welcome to the Team, Elizabeth Grim! by Elizabeth DiLuzio

As you know, we’ve had some staffing changes this month. It’s not all bittersweet, however: today we are officially welcoming Elizabeth Grim to our team of curators! Elizabeth is an evaluator with over a decade in the field. She has worked for numerous organizations and, within the past year, made the great leap into working …

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We Want to Hear Your Voice by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Greetings AEA365 community. My name is Elizabeth DiLuzio, volunteer curator for AEA365, and we’re looking for new bloggers. Yes, that means you! Did you know that every 5-6 weeks we host a week dedicated to independent bloggers? While most weeks throughout the year are sponsored by Topical Interest Groups (TIGs) or AEA affiliates, we recognize …

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Evaluating Onboarding Processes by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy weekend! My name is Elizabeth DiLuzio, volunteer curator for AEA365. About a month ago, a friend and former colleague reached out with “some good news and some bad news”. The good news: she was recently promoted to Director of HR at her company. The bad news: she wanted some free consulting services. Her first …

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For the Love of Data Studio by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy weekend! I’m Elizabeth DiLuzio, volunteer curator for AEA365. If you’re into the data analytics part of our work, you understand the value of knowing a variety of technologies, platforms, and coding languages. Each one has its use case and, the more you know, the more customized and accessible your work becomes for your end-user. …

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Facilitating Trauma-Informed Evaluations: Creating a Safe Space for New Yorkers to Process Their COVID-19 Experience by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy weekend! I’m Elizabeth DiLuzio, volunteer curator for AEA365. I recently had the honor of facilitating a participatory evaluation workshop for a group of New Yorkers who provide domestic violence services. The workshop was designed to both teach and give a first-hand experience of participatory evaluation structures by conducting a real-time evaluation. As such, we …

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What’s Your #Mosaic? by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy weekend! I’m Elizabeth DiLuzio, volunteer curator for AEA365. Today, I wanted to share my reflections on #mosaic, a new TIkTok trend where creators honor their roots. These short videos pay homage to the people and events that have made them who they are today through funny, thought-provoking, and touching stories. The trend got me …

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