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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Jane Davidson on Evaluation Reporting

Kia ora koutou! My name is Jane Davidson and I run an evaluation consulting and capacity building business based in New Zealand. My main clients are NZ central government agencies across multiple sectors (health, education, leadership development, corrections, etc), but I also work with various other kinds of organizations and run evaluation training as well. …

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David Fetterman on Participation and Collaboration

My name is David Fetterman, and I am President and CEO of Fetterman & Associates (with 25 years of experience at Stanford University).  I work in many areas of evaluation including, as you may know – empowerment evaluation.  One of my primary concerns is fostering collaboration in evaluation.  I have presented a few FREE tools …

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