Bianca Montrosse on Innovative Data Displays

My name is Bianca Montrosse and I am a Research and Evaluation Specialist with the SERVE Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Since receiving my first Edward R. Tufte book as a gift, I’ve been searching for ways to visually articulate data that are both innovative and informative. Below are some rad …

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Susana Bonis on Logic Models and Outcomes

My name is Susana Bonis, and I am an advanced graduate student at Claremont Graduate University.  I work with small to mid-size nonprofit organizations in fundraising, strategic planning, and evaluation.  Most of the organizations I work with focus on outcome measurement, and many are looking to develop their own internal evaluation capacity.  I introduce nearly …

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Stefanie Leite on Building Rapport during Telephone Interviews

My name is Stefanie Leite and I am a Research Assistant for Advanced Empirical Solutions and an Independent Evaluation Consultant.  Interviewing is my favorite means of information gathering.  There is something immensely satisfying about asking people to tell their stories, capturing them accurately and artfully, and then relaying them to the decision makers in an …

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Alexey Kuzmin on Humor for Evaluation Reporting

My name is Alexey Kuzmin and I am the President of the Process Consulting Company (www.processconsulting.ru) based in Moscow, Russia. As an international evaluation consultant I am interested in exploring new and effective ways of communicating evaluation results to the interested parties. In particular, I often use cartoons. Especially when there is a need to …

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Theresa Murphrey on Jing

My name is Theresa Murphrey and I am on the faculty at Texas A&M University. I teach both traditional classroom based student as well as distance-based learners from around the world. I have been working with a new tool that I have found to be extremely useful in facilitating teaching and learning. Rad Resource: Jing …

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Claire Tourmen on Introducing Evaluation

My name is Claire Tourmen and I am an assistant professor in education science, in France (AgroSup Dijon). I study evaluators’ practices, skills and training. I’m interested in explaining evaluation to people who don’t know it (people involved in an evaluation for the first time, students etc.) it and I’ll share with you a simple …

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Shanelle Boyle on Evaluation Capacity Building

My name is Shanelle Boyle and I am a Research Assistant at EvalCorp Research & Consulting. Evaluation capacity building is not only a major interest of mine, but helping clients learn from and about evaluation is central to my everyday work. I would like to share a couple Websites that I turn to for ideas …

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