AEA Demonstration Series – series of Webinars on Evaluation from the American Evaluation Association‏

Hi All,

The American Evaluation Association is launching a series of Webinars on various aspects of evaluation which may be of interest to members of this group, see details below.

Regards,

Paul

Paul Duignan, PhD

paul@parkerduignan.com

Follow my blog Outcomesblog.org, my Twitter Twitter.com/PaulDuignan, or my E-newsletter EasyOutcomes.org/newsletter1.html. Download outcomes models (logic models) from OutcomesModels.org

On 6/01/2010, at 7:30 AM, Susan Kistler wrote:

EVALTALK Colleagues,

If you are an AEA member, you may have already received this notice, but I
want to be sure that the word is spread as wide as possible and gets to
everyone who is interested.

AEA is starting a Coffee Break Demonstration Series – short 20 minute demos
of tools for evaluators. The demonstrations are free for members, nonmembers
may sign up for a demonstration pass for $80 for one year’s worth and
receive a waived membership along with the pass (student passes are $30 and
also include membership).

I’ll post each week’s demonstrations so you know what is coming up – our
first two are right around the corner:

Thursday, January 7, 2:00 PM – 2:20 PM EST: Building Stakeholder-

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Visual Logic Models With DoView 2.0 – Paul Duignan
Do you spend hours drawing and formatting outcomes models and program logic
models, yet end up with results that are cramped and confusing? Paul Duignan
has been a practicing evaluator for over 20 years and is involved in the
development of DoView software. This webinar will be a product demonstration
of the newly released DoView version 2.0, purpose-built to allow you to save
time while developing attractive, useful, detailed logic models.
Register: Free for AEA members (you will need your AEA username) – click
below to register https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/369412257
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Tuesday, January 12, 2:00 PM – 2:20 PM EST: Using the Fantastic Five
Checklist to Write Better Survey Questions and Improve Survey Reliability –
Amy Germuth
Amy Germuth, founder and President of EvalWorks, LLC, an independent
evaluation and survey research firm, will demonstrate how to use five key
questions to improve the reliability, validity, and value of the responses
you get from individual survey questions. Appropriate for the beginner, this
presentation will help you get the most from your surveys and also presents
content that is appropriate as a teaching tool or for use with stakeholders
during collaborative instrument development.
Register: Free for AEA members (you will need your AEA username) – click
below to register
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/617256896
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Want to see the full set as scheduled so far? Go to
http://www.eval.org/demos.asp.

We’re hoping to record and archive these for future use,

Have a great idea for a demonstration that you’d like to see or give? Send
me an email at your convenience.

Thank you all,

Susan

Susan Kistler
Executive Director, American Evaluation Association
Landmail: AEA, 16 Sconticut Neck Rd #290, Fairhaven MA 02719
Phone: 1-508-748-3326   Fax: 1-508-748-3158
Toll free in US and Canada: 1-888-232-2275
On the web: http://www.eval.org <http://www.eval.org/&gt;
Email: susan@eval.org
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Save the Dates:
2010 AEA/CDC Summer Evaluation Institute, Atlanta, GA – June 13-16, 2010
2010 AEA Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX – November 8-13, 2010

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