Hello! I am Susan Kistler, AEA’s Executive Director, writing to you live from Evaluation 2012 in Minneapolis. Conference week brings a flurry of additions to the AEA public eLibrary. We want to make it a little easier to know about new contributions.
Rad Resource: The AEA Public eLibrary has over 1000 materials, shared peer-to-peer from evaluators, for evaluators. We anticipate over 500 additions this year from Evaluation 2012 content – slides, handouts, examples, etc.
Hot Tip: Here are four ways to know about new additions to the AEA Public eLibrary:
- New! Subscribe to the eLibrary additions via email – receive a single email each day that additions are made to the eLibrary, including titles and a brief abstract for each new item
- New! Subscribe to the eLibrary additions via RSS – updates will be posted to your RSS feed in real time
- Make periodic visits directly to the eLibrary website – there you’ll be able to check out the most recently viewed and the most popular downloads as well as search the entire repository
- Follow @aeaweb on twitter and keep an eye out for announcements of eLibrary additions – this isn’t comprehensive, but we do try to include updates about a range of new items