Hello! I’m Sheila B. Robinson, aea365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with the Top 10 aea365 posts of 2013!
Enough time has passed that we can now take a look at the top 10 most-read non-staff aea365 posts from 2013 according to our feedburner statistics.
Lesson Learned: Here’s what people were reading in 2013:
- Marc Wheeler and Salem Valentino on Using Infographics to Communicate Evaluation Findings: the Experience of Two Evaluators (May 21, 2013)
- Chris Metzner on Presentation Blues… and Reds and Yellows (September 16, 2013)
- Elissa Schloesser on 5 Steps for Translating Evaluation Findings into Infographics (January 21, 2013)
- Shirah Hecht on Common Desktop Software for Qualitative Data Analysis Part I: Pivot Tables in Excel: Open-Ended Survey Responses and Focus Group Comments (September 17, 2013)
- Linda Scheu and Angela Baldasare on Using Good Presentation Principles to Increase Potential Impact (January 31, 2013)
- DVR Week: Jennifer Bain on Creating Attractive Charts in Excel Every Time With Chart Templates (June 26, 2013)
- DVR Week: Miranda Yates Using Data Visualization to Keep Your Logic Model Front and Center (June 25, 2013)
- Sean Alan Levin on Asana for Free Project Management and To Do Lists (January 29, 2013)
- CP TIG Week: Helen Singer, Sally Thigpen, and Natalie Wilkins on Understanding Evidence: CDC’s Interactive Tool to Support Evidence-Based Decision Making (August 27, 2013)
- Kim Snyder, Rene Lavinghouze, and Patricia Rieker on Program Infrastructure – The Left Hand Side of the Logic Model (March 25, 2013)
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Congratulations to our Top 10 authors and many thanks to them for their wonderful contributions.
*A very special thank you to Susan Kistler, AEA’s Executive Director Emeritus, and current contributing editor at TheSmarterOne.com for helping extract the data for this post!
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