Did you know that there are over 150 new items in the AEA Public eLibrary from the Evaluation 2011 conference held earlier this month in Anaheim with more being added daily? And, did you know that they are all available to the public for free download? Here are just a few of the recent additions to whet your appetite.
Rad Resources – New Items in the AEA Public eLibrary:
Measuring Collaborative Integration to Inform Needs Assessment (Teresa Anderson, Michael Hutton-Woodland) Includes the collaboration quiz!
A Values-Engaged Educative Approach for Evaluating Education Programs: A Guidebook for Practice (Jennifer Greene, Ayesha Boyce, Jeehae Ahn) This was referenced in a September 30 post on aea365.
You + Graphic Design = Fame, Glory (Stephanie Evergreen) 10 concrete tips for improving your reports and presentations
Research on Evaluation – Anytime, Anywhere, Evaluation Ethics Do Matter (Heather Buchanan, Wayne MacDonald) Learn from Canadian colleagues about their research findings regarding ethics and the evaluator
Meta-analysis De-mystified (Pedro Mateu, Kristin Hobson, Robert McCowen) Slides present a Step-by-Step how to
Rad Resource – the AEA Public eLibrary: Take a moment to explore this online, searchable resource. If you are an AEA member, add your materials to help expand the collection.
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