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Registration Open AEA Members & Non-Members: Check out the AEA eLibrary for slides and presentations from Evaluation 2013! AEA365 Tip-a-Day Alerts by & for Evaluators: H.Reynoso-Vallejo on Evaluating Immigrant Workers Centers – 3/30 on aea365 Tip-A-Day on Innovative Approaches for Latino Caregivers of Dementia Elders – 3/31 on aea365 Tip-A-Day on Searching for Inspiration – 4/1 on aea365 Tip-A-Day on When You Can’t Do An Evaluability Assessment – 4/2 on aea365 Tip-A-Day on Innovative Reporting Part I: The Data Diva’s Chocolate Box – 4/3 on aea365 Tip-A-Day on Healthy Tips for Traveling Evaluators – 4/4 on aea365 Tip-A-Day on Evaluating Your Tweets 4/5 on aea365 Tip-A-Day Other Items of Note: 18 new evaluation-related jobs added this week in AEA’s public-access career center Have an item to share? No tags. AEAWEB. American Evaluation Association - Non-Profit Organization - Fairhaven, Massachusetts.
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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. Employing a participatory approach required me to become a competent facilitator and consensus-builder. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining.
Hot Tip: You don’t have to do it all. Hot Tip: Take baby steps. Hot Tip: If you can, strategically select those evaluations that will expose you to a new desired area, e.g. mobile data collection or use of a new software. Do you have questions, concerns, kudos, or content to extend this aea365 contribution? No tags Hello!