Dan McDonnell on A Few Other Recent AEA365 Posts You May Have Missed (Part 2)

Hello again evaluators, my name is Dan McDonnell and I am a Community Manager for the American Evaluation Association (AEA). In last Saturday’s evaluation blog post, we outlined a series of posts from early January that may not have made it to your inbox. Today we’re continuing along on that same note, and will be showcasing an additional seven AEA365 blog posts from top evaluation professionals that we think you’ll find great reading. 

January 9th: CEA Affiliate Week: Grisel M. Robles-Schrader on Increasing Research Literacy, Evaluation, and Engagement led by and with Latino Communities
Want to learn more about how you can help improve health outcomes among latino communities by way of evaluation? Read on!

January 10th: CEA Affiliate Week: Leah Christina Neubauer and Suzanne Carlberg-Racich on Evaluation and Public Health: Examining MPH Coursework, Curriculum & Culminating Experiences
Interested in learning more about the relationship between evaluation and public health? Pick up some rad resources from these two experts.

January 11th: Sheila B Robinson on Fulfilling Your New Year’s Resolution (if it’s upping your evaluation game, that is!)
AEA365’s lead curator invites you to dive in and explore the AEA website and see how it has grown and changed over the years.

January 12th:  Kylie Hutchinson on Are Logic Models Passé?
Don’t know a thing about logic models? Or wondering how they fit in with evaluation today? Check out this post from independent evaluation consultant Kylie Hutchinson.

January 13th:  Viengsavanh Sanaphane and Katie Moore on Dynamic Data Presentation and Recording for an Empowerment Evaluation Approach
Inclusive education projects, qualitative data sharing events, dynamic data presentation and more!

January 14th: Lars Balzer on The Evaluation Portal Event Calendar
Stay in the loop by uncovering upcoming evaluation events.

January 15th: Dawn Henderson on You cannot get to CRE if you don’t have the E-valuation
Wondering how to use culturally responsive evaluation when the culture of the organization gets in the way? Wonder no more!

We hope you enjoy these posts as much as we did!  If you like what you’ve read, please click the social media share buttons to pass it on, or leave a comment for the author.

Do you have questions, concerns, kudos, or content to extend this aea365 contribution? Please add them in the comments section for this post on the aea365 webpage so that we may enrich our community of practice. Would you like to submit an aea365 Tip? Please send a note of interest to aea365@eval.org . aea365 is sponsored by the American Evaluation Association and provides a Tip-a-Day by and for evaluators.

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