I’m Susan Kistler, AEA’s Executive Director, and I contribute each Saturday’s post to aea365. At the annual conference earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend the Data Visualization and Reporting group’s innovative business meeting. They filled the meeting with short Ignite presentations interspersed with fun activities (well at least to evaluators!).
Lesson Learned: Venn diagrams can be a riot. Those in attendance were asked to fill in a blank Venn diagram showing the intersection of two groups – here was the entry to which I contributed:
Hot Tip: Now it’s your turn! Win a great book donated by our wonderful colleagues at SAGE Publications– we’ve got 10 current releases from which you can choose! How? Just enter your best Venn Diagram suggestion in the comments section for this post, like this:
Intersection: The Count
The Venn should (a) be of interest to evaluators in some way – focus on data, methods, theories, the conference, our journals, evaluators, stakeholders, etc. – and (b) be funny – no serious explorations of intersection evaluation theories this week, we’re taking a break and having a laugh over a long holiday weekend.
We’ll draw two winners at random from all those submitted meeting both criteria, loosely defined. No more than one per person please. And, we’ve got a small group of judges who may mock-up the very best for the AEA newsletter. You don’t need to be a member to play, but be sure to put your full name and email in the comment form so we can notify you if you win (don’t worry, the email doesn’t show publicly).
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