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LAWG Week: Introducing: Disempowerment Evaluation by Sarah Mason

Greetings, AEA365 readers! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. To whet our appetites for this year’s conference in beautiful New Orleans, this week’s posts come to us from the feature the perspectives of the Gulf Coast Eval Network (GCEval) members, where the uniqueness of doing evaluation in the gulf south will be on …

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AEA’s Summer Evaluation Institute 2022 by Elizabeth DiLuzio

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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Breaking into Evaluation Consulting by Wheeler del Torro

Hi, I’m Wheeler del Torro: nutritional anthropologist, DEI consultant, and co-founder of Evaluation + Learning Consulting. Whenever I meet young evaluators interested in breaking into the field of consulting, the most frequent question they ask me is, “Where do I begin?” Today, I’d like to share what I’ve learned about the field through my own experience and through coaching others.

Enhancing Learning by Requiring Written Project Responses by Stephanie Chasteen

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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Evaluator Self-Reflection to Identify Values and Principle by Evan Poncelet

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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How to Make Evaluation Results Actionable for Decision-Makers by Pam Lilleston

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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They Love Me, They Love Me Not…(Part 3) by Kavita Mittapalli

Hello, AEA365 community! Liz DiLuzio here, Lead Curator of the blog. This week is Individuals Week, which means we take a break from our themed weeks and spotlight the Hot Tips, Cool Tricks, Rad Resources and Lessons Learned from any evaluator interested in sharing. Would you like to contribute to future individuals weeks? Email me …

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AKEN Affiliate Week: on Inclusion of Individuals with Disabilities in Disabilities Research, Evaluation and Surveillance Teams by Tasha Boyer, Tamara Douglas, Vanessa Hiratsuka, and Nathan Rabang

We are Tasha Boyer, Tamara Douglas, Vanessa Hiratsuka, and Nathan Rabang, research and evaluation staff at the Center for Human Development at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Our center’s mission is to improve the quality of lives for people who experience disabilities and their families, across the lifespan, through interdisciplinary training, technical assistance, exemplary service …

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AKEN Affiliate Week: Approaching Cross-Cultural Evaluation with Humility by Rebecca Braun

I’m Rebecca Braun, a consultant with Alaska-based McKinley Research Group (formerly McDowell Group). My background includes journalism, writing, policy work, and teaching, and I am a relative newcomer to evaluation.  Indigenous voices are reclaiming power across Alaska, but the imprint of colonialism remains painful and ubiquitous. A friend recently asked, “Why do we have to …

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