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Susan Kistler on Learning From DVR Innovation

I’m Susan Kistler, the American Evaluation Association’s Executive Director Emeritus and aea365’s regular Saturday contributor. After over three years, this is my last day as your ongoing Saturday author. I’ll be moving to once a month for at least the near future. The other Saturdays will be filled by Sheila Robinson, our intrepid aea365 curator, …

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Susan Kistler on the (Mostly) Joys of Using (Free) Haiku Deck to Make Gorgeous Slides

My name is Susan Kistler and I am the Executive Director Emeritus of the American Evaluation Association. I am a student of the act of presenting, always on the lookout for ways to improve. Rad Resource – Haiku Deck: I have been trying out Haiku Deck, an alternative to PowerPoint for creating presentation slide decks. …

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STEM Week: Kim Kelly on Responding to National Curriculum and Policy Initiatives in STEM Education Evaluation

I’m Kim Kelly, PhD, from the Psychology Department at the University of Southern California where I teach undergraduate courses in statistics, research methods, psychobiology and human development. I have been involved in the evaluation of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) curriculum and professional development programs since 2002. These courses and projects are focused on …

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Susan Kistler on Remembering the Ides of March and Thinking About Your Message

I am Susan Kistler, the American Evaluation Association’s Executive Director and aea365’s regular Saturday contributor. We have a busy week coming up with all conference proposals due next Friday. Hot Tip – Beware the Ides of March (for it is the AEA conference proposal submission deadline): Famously known as the date of Caesar’s assassination at …

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ACA Week: Kathleen Tinworth on the Need to Communicate with Creativity and Innovation

I’m Kathleen Tinworth and I co-chair the recently re-named Arts, Culture, and Audiences TIG of AEA with Don Glass, who began this week’s AEA365 series. I lead the Audience Insights department at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and also consult via my alter ego, ExposeYourMuseum. Lessons Learned Don started this week with a …

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Susan Kistler on Fiverr and Free Coffee Break Webinars and an Amazing Cup of Cappuccino

I am Susan Kistler, the American Evaluation Association’s Executive Director and aea365’s regular Saturday contributor. Last week, I wrote about 25 low-cost/no-cost tech tools for Data Visualization and Reporting. Here’s a bit more about one of them. Rad Resource – Fiverr: On fiverr, people list things that they will do for $5. Lots of it …

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Ann Emery on 10 Things You Didn’t Learn in School

Greetings, I’m Ann Emery from Innovation Network in Washington, DC. I also tweet and blog about evaluation. If you recently completed your graduate or undergraduate degree, congratulations! You’ve already learned some of the key elements of evaluation. However, evaluation involves more than theory, methods, and statistical formulas. Hot Tips: Here are 10 things you probably …

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Sheila Robinson Kohn on Igniting the Morning!

I’m Sheila Robinson Kohn from Greece Central School District and the University of Rochester, both in Rochester, NY. I’m here in Minneapolis at AEA2012 and while most of my mornings are ignited with oatmeal and coffee, THIS morning I had the pleasure of attending and presenting at my first Ignite session. Chris Lysy, our session …

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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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Susan Kistler on a Potpourri of #Eval12 Preparation Items – Even for Those Not Attending

I am Susan Kistler, the American Evaluation Association’s Executive Director and aea365 regular Saturday contributor. Here in the AEA offices, we’re counting down the days to Evaluation 2012. This time next week, we’ll already be in Minneapolis, getting things set up and looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones. It is busy …

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