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Pivot Tables: Your Tool for Exposing Miscreant Data

Pivot Tables: Your Tool for Exposing Miscreant Data

Thank you, Ann Emery and thanks especially to the visitors of AnnKEmery.com. It meant a lot to be asked to do a guest blogpost because Ann’s approach is practical, focused on real-world experience, and her dedication to empowerment of others is a key theme at my own…

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Exploring the Non-Profit Paradox – Evaluation and Non-Profits

Exploring the Non-Profit Paradox – Evaluation and Non-Profits

Hello, I’m Jamie Clearfield from the Collaborative for Evaluation and Assessment Capacity (CEAC) at the University of Pittsburgh. Having had the privilege to work with a range of community-based organizations (CBOs) and non-profit organizations in the United States and internationally, I have been continually struck…

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Learning Evaluation through Apprenticeships

Learning Evaluation through Apprenticeships

Greetings! I’m Cindy Tananis. The folks at the University of Pittsburgh’s Collaborative for Evaluation and Assessment Capacity (CEAC) have been thinking about blogging for some time now — and we’ve decided that if EVERYONE starts their OWN blog, then its hard to talk ACROSS blogs,…

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A Few Things I Wish I Knew About Evaluation Before I Jumped in Head First…

A Few Things I Wish I Knew About Evaluation Before I Jumped in Head First…

Hello! My name is Karen Anderson, CQI and Compliance Associate at Families First and American Evaluation Association Diversity Coordinator Intern. I’ve been an evaluator for 2 years and I’ve realized the evaluation journey that I set out on will need some CPR along the way!…

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Evaluation Methods for Public Engagement Projects

Evaluation Methods for Public Engagement Projects

Today’s guest commentary is from Eric Abdullateef, the friendliest evaluator you’ll ever meet. I met Eric at the American Evaluation Association’s conference last fall and was thrilled to learn that he was a fellow Washingtonian. Although we see each other at the Washington Evaluators monthly…

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