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Essential Excel Skills Every Evaluator Should Know by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy Thursday, AEA365 community! My name is Liz DiLuzio. When I’m not curating the blog, I can be found teaching anything from one-day workshops to semester-long courses on tons of topics related to data analysis.

A student of mine recently applied to a MEL position where the first round of the selection process was a practical timed exercise in Excel. She wanted to know, based on my experience in the field, what topics I thought she should review before completing this exercise.

How’s that for a fun question?

Here’s what I told her.

Let’s Connect! by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Greetings, AEA365 community! I’m Liz DiLuzio, Lead Curator of AEA365. While I am a bit biased in my belief that AEA365 is a treasure trove of wisdom and communication for evaluators around the world, there are a number of other ways to engage with your fellow evaluators. Why not try something new this year?

What Do You Want to Read About This Year? by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy weekend, AEA365 readers! I’m Liz DiLuzio, Lead Curator of AEA365. Now that you’ve read the top posts from 2022, it’s time to make your voice heard. What topics would you like to read about this year? This blog has become a cornerstone of communication, idea sharing, and learning for evaluators around the world. It …

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#Eval22 Roundup by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Greetings, AEA365 readers! Elizabeth (Liz) DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. Today marks the last day of this year’s conference. I hope that you who participated are feeling as inspired, reflective, and fulfilled as I am. If you were unable to to attend, or if you want to relive it, let’s take a non-exhaustive tour of some of the conference’s greatest takeaways as determined by the Twitterverse.

Theories of Evaluation TIG Week: Developmental Evaluation in Practice by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Hi everyone! My name is Elizabeth (Liz) DiLuzio, Lead Curator and sometimes writer for AEA365. I am an evaluator and educator who has conducted evaluations and built capacities with non-profits, government entities, and foundations from New Hampshire to Nevada. Today, I want to talk about a less discussed but incredibly helpful and fulfilling approach to …

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Using Journey Maps for Qualitative Data Collection by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Greetings, eval community! Liz DiLuzio here, AEA365’s Lead Curator and sometimes contributor. Today, I want to explore with you the use of journey maps as a tool for collecting qualitative data.  What are journey maps? Journey maps come from the world of Human-Centered Design. They are diagrams that depict an individual or group’s experience interacting …

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Meet the 2022 AEA Candidates by Elizabeth DiLuzio and Elizabeth Grim

Hello, from your AEA365 Curators, Elizabeth DiLuzio and Elizabeth Grim.  Check your email! The ballot is open for the 2022 AEA Board of Directors elections. AEA is a member run association. As such, we select our Board representatives, who have significant ability to influence the policies and direction of the association. This year, AEA members …

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Conference Week Has Arrived! by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Greetings, AEA365 readers. Elizabeth DiLuzio here, Lead Curator for the blog. If you’ve somehow missed the excitement, let me be the first to tell you: AEA’s first in-person conference since the pandemic began is kicking off tomorrow! The week opens with two and a half days of pre-conference workshops. Then, on Wednesday, the conference officially …

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ITE TIG Week: Using Dashboarding Software When a Database Isn’t an Option by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Hi everyone! My name is Elizabeth (Liz) DiLuzio, Lead Curator for AEA365. Today, I want to talk about data management. While I am no data analyst by training, I do have a lot of experience working with nonprofit, government, and foundation staff on their journey with data. I wrote a post a few years ago …

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