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Preparing Picture Perfect Presentations by Sheila B Robinson

Greetings dear readers! I’m Sheila B Robinson, AEA365 Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with a few more tips on preparing presentations. Finding the right photo to illustrate a concept is challenging. You probably already know to avoid cheesy stock photos but of course, we don’t all agree on what is cheesy – well, except …

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Prepping a Presentation for Evaluation 2019? Practice, create, practice, create, and don’t forget about the elevator! by Sheila B Robinson

Hello loyal readers! I’m Sheila B Robinson, AEA365’s Lead Curator, sometimes Saturday contributor, and avid conference-goer. Yep, I’m one of those people who would attend conferences every week if I could. I love connecting with other evaluators, learning new skills and approaches, presenting my work, and the overall experience of being in a space with …

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CP TIG Week: Mentor Me by Ann Price

Hello fellow evaluators! My name is Ann Price and I am President of Community Evaluation Solutions (CES), based in Georgia. This year’s conference theme, Paths to the Future of Evaluation: Contribution, Leadership, Renewal resonates with me. I am often called upon to speak with evaluation classes and frequently meet with evaluators considering consulting as a …

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#EvalTwitter Week: Create Visuals to Help Your Tweets Stand Out Among the Crowd by Echo Rivera

Hey there, I’m Echo Rivera, owner of Creative Research Communications, LLC and advisory team member of AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i). I love Twitter, and have been tweeting since 2012. I’m here to help your tweets stand out from the crowd. And by “crowd,” I mean the estimated 500 million tweets sent per day. The …

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You Can’t Spell ‘Presentations’ without ‘Present’! by Sheila B Robinson

Happy Holidays aea35-ers! I’m Sheila B Robinson, Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with a wish for a small present from you! You see, in addition to being your loyal blog curator, editor and writer, I’m also working on AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative (P2i), a project with the goal of helping evaluators improve their presentation skills. …

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Are You Ready to be an #Eval17 Potent Presenter? by Sheila B Robinson

Greetings aea365 readers and potent presenters!  Sheila B Robinson here, aea365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor doing double duty as coordinator for our Potent Presentations Initiative, aka p2i. P2i is about helping evaluators improve their presentation skills, whether it’s for the AEA annual conference, any other conference, or any other type of presentation or meeting. …

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Creating Presentation Handouts with the Newest P2i Tool by Sheila B Robinson

Hello loyal readers! I’m Sheila B Robinson, aea365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with a few tips on creating handouts for your next presentation (#Eval17 perhaps?). Repeat after me: Slides are not handouts! Slides are NOT handouts! I know, I know…it’s just so easy to print out your slides and give them to workshop …

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RTD TIG Week: Tying it Together with Transitions by Julie Bronder Mason

My name is Julie Bronder Mason, Ph.D., and I am the Deputy Director of the Office of Science Policy, Planning, and Communications at the National Institute of Mental Health.  I have spent a fair number of years conducting, overseeing, advising, and presenting on program evaluations, and the tips I will share stem from a corpus …

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Samantha Grant on an Evaluation 2016 Call to Action

Hello, I’m Samantha Grant, and I serve as the Evaluation Director at the University of Minnesota’s Center for Youth Development. Like many evaluators, I am eagerly anticipating the start of the Evaluation 2016 Conference. In Minnesota the seasons are changing and we are pulling out our hats and mittens, so the thought of being in …

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Sheila B Robinson on Navigating the Annual AEA Conference

Hello All! I’m Sheila B Robinson, aea365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with some tips for navigation Evaluation 2016! Cool Trick: If you want all of these tips described in detail, log into the AEA website (if you are a member), click on Coffee Break Webinars (under the “Learn” menu), then click the Coffee …

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