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Celebrating 4000 articles on AEA365! By Sheila B. Robinson

Hello everyone! I’m Sheila B. Robinson, Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor. A few weeks back I was excited that we were approaching 4000 articles on AEA365. Well, we reached that milestone in the first week of March 2021. I’ve always wanted to get a sense of how many people have contributed to this blog, …

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Become an AEA Comments Connoisseur by Sheila B. Robinson

Hello AEA365 readers! I’m Sheila B Robinson, Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with a few tips on interacting with AEA365 authors and readers. The aea365 blog allows for comments on any blog article. Commenting on a blog article is a great way to interact with the author(s) and potentially with others who also choose …

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CREA-HI week: Equity in a changing climate by Laurien Baird Hokuli’i Helfrich-Nuss

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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CREA-HI week: Data Storytelling by Thaddeus Pham

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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CREA-HI week: Refocusing the Evaluation Lens on Native Wellbeing by Palama Lee

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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CREA-HI week: Data Sovereignty by Katherine Tibbetts

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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CREA-HI week: Evaluating with Aloha by Patrick Uchigakiuchi

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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CREA-HI Week: Introduction to CREA-Hawai‘i by Dawn Mahi

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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Tackling Organizational Challenges with Evaluation Tools by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Happy weekend! I’m Elizabeth DiLuzio, volunteer curator for AEA365, and lately I have been captivated by the brilliance of the tools for which we are best known: the Theory of Change (TOC) and the Logic Model (LM). What I learned about them in grad school was a bit reductive: that they are products to be …

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A New Visual Thinking Approach to Evaluation: Introducing EvaluVision by Keisuke Taketani, Katherine Haugh, Yumiko Kanemitsu

Greetings AEA365! We are Katherine Haugh, Yumiko Kanemitsu  and Keisuke Taketani, a group of individuals who are passionate about visual thinking and its applications in evaluation and adaptive learning.  Yumiko is a Regional Evaluation Officer at the United Nations (UN) World Food Programme. Keisuke is a freelance facilitation and visualization expert who partners often with …

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