Timecult and Useful tips
A Tip-a-Day by and for Evaluators - AEA365. My name is Kylie Hutchinson.
I am an independent evaluation consultant with Community Solutions Planning & Evaluation. In addition to evaluation consulting and capacity building, I tweet at @EvaluationMaven and co-host the monthly evaluation podcast, Adventures in Evaluation along with my colleague @JamesWCoyle. When I started out in evaluation 26 years ago, I was focused on being a good methodologist and statistician.
After deciding to work primarily with NGOs I learned the importance of being a good program planner. Aea365 Content Curation. My name is Susan Kistler and I am the American Evaluation Association’s Executive Director.
This is the last in a short aea365 series on content curation. Thursday focused on how evaluators (researchers, professionals, students, others) can use content curation. Yesterday, I took a look at four content curation tools: BagTheWeb, Connotea, pearltrees, and Scoop.it. Today, I’m hoping that others might be interested in expanding on this project. Hot Tip: Want to get involved? RescueTime Lite. Aea365 RescueTime. My name is John Paul Manning and I’m an independent data analyst, which means I spend a lot of time working on my computer and it also means that I’m always struggling with fair billing.
I’m contributing a favorite tool to shortcuts week because for me it has been a faster, easier, way to do project time tracking (and to stay on task). Rad Resource – RescueTime ( RescueTime is a SAAS (software as a service) program that runs in the background on your computer and tracks what application or what internet site you are actively engaged with at any given time. TimeCult. Inspiration Lab.