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p2i Week: Jane Davidson on p2i’s Messaging Model for Workshops

Potent Presentations aren’t just for paper sessions! This week’s posts, curated by dataviz dynamo Stephanie Evergreen, highlight ways that AEA members have used the Potent Presentations Initiative beyond paper sessions at the annual conference. If you think p2i doesn’t apply to your session type or situation, read on for inspirational guidance! Kia ora (greetings, from New …

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James Coyle on Use of the Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i) in Evaluation Contexts Outside of the AEA Conference

My name is James Coyle and I am the Director of Performance and Evaluation at the Interior Health Authority; I’m also involved in the Evaluation Mentoring Canada initiative and an active evaluation podcaster. Even though the AEA annual conference is right around the corner, I want to tell you how I’ve used AEA resources outside …

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p2i: Stephanie Evergreen on David Fetterman’s Fab Five Reboot

Hey all, I’m Stephanie Evergreen and I run AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative and eLearning Initiatives. In a marriage of those two programs, we launched a new project called the Fab Five Reboot. I took five slides each from five of our best eStudy webinar presenters and revised them to better connect the content to a …

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Stephanie Evergreen on p2i at Eval12

I’m Stephanie Evergreen and, among other things, I lead the Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i), which is a program sponsored by AEA to help you make awesome presentations. Naturally, my sweet spot is the annual conference. You have probably noticed, in the last few months, we’ve been sending you all sorts of advice about how to make your …

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CEA Affiliate Week: How To Show The Real People Behind The Data by Amelia Kohm

I am Amelia Kohm, Ph.D.,  the founder of Data Viz for Nonprofits (DVN) in Chicago. DVN helps organizations to effectively and beautifully present their data on websites, reports, slide decks, interactive data dashboards and more. Data visualizations can provide something that photos and case studies—for all of their visceral appeal—cannot. Context. Charts, maps, and graphs …

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Designing Accessible Digital Evaluation Materials by Don Glass

Hi, I am Don Glass, a DC-based developmental evaluator, learning designer, and proud member of the Disabilities and Underrepresented Populations TIG. COVID-19 has increased our reliance on- and maybe fast-tracked- our use of digital and online communication to serve our diverse evaluation clients and audiences. This is an opportunity to push our evaluation communication design …

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Lean Data in Action by Elizabeth DiLuzio, Christa Perfit, and Nate Mandel

Hi AEA! I’m Elizabeth DiLuzio, AEA365 curator and Manager of Evaluation + Strategy at Good Shepherd Services. I’m back to follow up on my November 2nd post about lean data. Today I’ll be interviewing two rockstars in the field of evaluation – Christa Perfit, Senior Manager of Monitoring + Evaluation at City Harvest (CH), and …

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Developing a Purposeful Presentation— What I learned Using My Favorite New Tools by Brittnee Hawkins

Hi! I’m Brittnee Hawkins, an evaluator at Time Solutions, LLC. I currently work on evaluation projects in the Division of Laboratory Systems (DLS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, GA. I recently completed an evaluation of a training development process that could potentially be used during public health emergencies. I …

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