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Kylie Hutchinson on Simple and Low Tech Things to Increase the Effectiveness of your Presentations

My name is Kylie Hutchinson.  I am an independent evaluation consultant and trainer with Community Solutions Planning & Evaluation.  I give regular webinars and workshops on evaluation topics for the AEA and CES and Twitter weekly at @EvaluationMaven. Have you ever felt bored sitting in a conference presentation, or frustrated by a presenter with poor delivery …

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June Gothberg on Creating Presentations Potent for All

Greetings, I am June Gothberg and assisting with AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative (p2i). Today, I want to share with you how to design presentations for all audience members. It is important that presentations are readable, navigable, and understandable. Lesson Learned: Your audience is likely to be diverse. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates: 7-8% of …

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Kylie Hutchinson on Effective Reporting Techniques for Evaluators

My name is Kylie Hutchinson.  I am an independent evaluation consultant and trainer with Community Solutions Planning & Evaluation.  I give regular webinars and workshops on evaluation topics for the AEA and CES and Twitter weekly at @EvaluationMaven. Like all of you, I try to be conscientious about conducting the best evaluation possible.  But for …

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Susan Kistler on Whether to Prezi or not to Prezi

I’m Susan Kistler, the American Evaluation Association’s Executive Director and aea365 Saturday contributor. Today I want to talk about one of the hot debates in presentation delivery: To Prezi or not to Prezi, that is the question. For the uninitiated, Prezi is a presentation tool that is a possible replacement for PowerPoint. It allows the …

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