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Sheila B Robinson on Evaluators and Their Blogs

Hello! I’m Sheila B Robinson, aea365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor. Hey, it’s been awhile since we have talked about evaluators and their blogs! There are more than 60 evaluators out there blogging away, sharing their work, their knowledge, their resources, and their creative ideas. Get to know them! Some blog daily, some weekly, …

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LGBT TIG Week: David Fetterman on LGBT-related Evaluation, Medical Education, Civil Rights, and the Press

My name is David Fetterman.  I’m President & CEO of Fetterman & Associates, an international evaluation consulting firm (with 25 years experience at Stanford University) and past-president of the American Evaluation Association (AEA).  I am probably best known for empowerment evaluation work (helping people learn how to evaluate their own programs).  For examples see our …

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Bloggers Series: Kim Firth Leonard on Actionable Data

Hello all, I’m Kim Firth Leonard, American Evaluation Association (AEA) member since 2008, and President of local affiliate OPEN, the Oregon Program Evaluators Network. I currently work at Marylhurst University in Portland, Oregon, primarily on assessment of student learning and academic programs, though I also dabble in institutional research. I also do contract work in …

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IE Week: Alicia McCoy on Using an Internal Blog to Support a Research and Evaluation Culture

My name is Alicia McCoy and I am the Research and Evaluation Manager at Family Life in Melbourne, Australia.  Family Life is a community service organization that offers a diverse range of services for families, children and young people, including family support, counseling, and mediation. In 2009, Family Life established an internal research and evaluation …

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Bloggers Series: Catherine (Brehm) Rain on The Evaluation Forum

My name is Catherine (Brehm) Rain, Vice President of Rain & Brehm Consulting Group, Inc., an independent evaluation and consulting firm located in Rockledge, Florida.  I blog at The Evaluation Forum. Rad Resource – The Evaluation Forum: New to our website, The Evaluation Forum focuses on the why and wherefore of evaluation of health promotion …

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Bloggers Series: Priya Small on the Nonprofit Capacity Building Blog

Hi! I’m Priya Small, an independent evaluation consultant/subcontractor. I am also an evaluation writer and blogger for the Free Management Library’s Nonprofit Capacity Building blog, hosted by Authenticity Consulting, Inc. Rad Resource – Blog: Nonprofit Capacity Building: True to its title, this blog focuses on building capacity for nonprofits! All my posts focus on evaluation, …

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Bloggers Series: David Fetterman on the Empowerment Evaluation Blog

Hi. I am David Fetterman, president and CEO of Fetterman & Associates, an international evaluation consulting firm. I have been at Stanford University for 25 years, serving on the faculty and in administration. Concurrently, I am a professor of education at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and co-director of the Arkansas Evaluation Center. …

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