I’m Susan Kistler, AEA’s Executive Director, and I contribute each Saturday’s post. It’s been a busy week here at AEA. October 1 was the cutoff for earlybird registration for Evaluation 2011, Kylie Hutchinson offered a great eStudy course on Effective Reporting (eStudy is now on hiatus until the new year), and the conference program is being finalized for print. So, today’s post is short but useful – and shared with me by Philip Stein, thank you Philip!
Rad Resource – 50+ Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story: This website shares great resources, organized by type, to help with presenting slideshows, creating timelines, mapping content, fixing audio, editing video, and creating stories. Each is sorted by type and you can click through to get a brief description with a direct link to the relevant site where the tool is available for free.
If you are getting ready to present at the annual conference, you may want to check out the presentation tools in particular as you prepare to tell your story to your Evaluation 2011 audience.