Hello AEA365 readers! I’m Sheila B Robinson, aea365 Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor. This past Thursday, many Americans celebrated Thanksgiving and in doing so, reflected on what we are thankful for. It’s certainly a nice practice, and gratitude even has some great health benefits! A few of our members decided to tweet about some of what they were thankful for this week:
— Leslie Goodyear (@lkg4) November 23, 2017
— Elizabeth Grim (@ecgrim) November 23, 2017
Happy Thanksgiving to the #Evidence-building community! We’ve made much progress over the last year to be proud of, but there’s still much to do! #evidencepromise #evidencebased #eval #all4evidence #evidencematters pic.twitter.com/SOg0wbe9Ch
— Nick Hart (@NickRHart) November 23, 2017
I have to agree with all of our tweeters in that I too, am thankful for us – our members, our colleagues, our wonderful evaluation community.
Rad Resource: We have been featuring articles about Twitter on a fairly regular basis, and it seems more and more evaluators are connecting to this rich source of evaluation information (my list of tweeting evaluators is over 575 now!). Elizabeth Grim (@ecgrim), an active evaluator/tweeter has a new 4-part blog post series on using Twitter. Check it out for some great tech tips!
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