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Memorial Week in Evaluation: Gunnar Myrdal’s pioneering study of racism in America and its influence on policy by Stephanie Evergreen

This is a post in the series commemorating pioneering evaluation studies in conjunction with Memorial Day in the USA (May 28). My name is Stephanie Evergreen and I was the 2017 AEA Alva and Gunnar Myrdal Evaluation Practice Award recipient, given to an evaluator “who exemplifies outstanding evaluation practice and who has made substantial cumulative contributions.” I’m …

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DVR TIG Week: Ann K. Emery and Stephanie Evergreen on the Data Visualization Checklist

Hey friends! We are Ann Emery, Co-Chair of the DVRTIG, and Stephanie Evergreen, Founder of the DVRTIG – two evaluators who are crazy about data visualization. “I love your examples, but how do I know what I should do next time I’m creating a graph?” We heard comments like this when we talked with evaluators about …

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Stephanie Evergreen on Scott Chaplowe’s Fab Five Reboot

Hey! I’m Stephanie Evergreen and among other things I run AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative. Lately we’ve been working with eStudy presenters to reboot just five of their slides. Great speakers and solid content need to be reflected in polished slides. Here is the reboot for Scott Chaplowe.

Scott’s workshop is a great comparison between monitoring and evaluation – where they overlap and where they are similar. Scott also interacts with his attendees quite often when he presents. I wanted to make his slidedeck reflect those same dynamic elements. Scott already knew how to use animation to guide attention to certain parts of his slide, so I continued to build on that where possible.

p2i: Stephanie Evergreen on David Fetterman’s Fab Five Reboot

Hey all, I’m Stephanie Evergreen and I run AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative and eLearning Initiatives. In a marriage of those two programs, we launched a new project called the Fab Five Reboot. I took five slides each from five of our best eStudy webinar presenters and revised them to better connect the content to a …

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Stephanie Evergreen on p2i at Eval12

I’m Stephanie Evergreen and, among other things, I lead the Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i), which is a program sponsored by AEA to help you make awesome presentations. Naturally, my sweet spot is the annual conference. You have probably noticed, in the last few months, we’ve been sending you all sorts of advice about how to make your …

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Stephanie Evergreen on the Dynamic Dozen

My name is Stephanie Evergreen and I am AEA’s eLearning Initiative Director and lead of the Potent Presentations Initiative. I’m sitting in for Susan Kistler this Saturday and boy do I have something awesome to share with you. As part of the Potent Presentations Initiative, we identified the top dozen AEA presenters (that is, based …

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Stephanie Evergreen on the Monitoring and Evaluation Coffee Break Webinar Series

My name is Stephanie Evergreen and I am the eLearning Initiatives Director at the American Evaluation Association and the stand-in for Susan Kistler today. I am the host of our Coffee Break Demonstrations, 20-minute webinars designed to teach about a tool or resource of use to evaluators. Last month our Coffee Break lineup featured a …

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