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AEA Coffee Break Webinars (CBD)

We're pleased to offer a series of short coffee-break-length demonstrations of 20-minutes each that introduce tools of use to evaluators.

Via this site, you can view and PREregister for upcoming webinars (below) or sign in and go to the Webinars eLibrary to download archived recordings of previous Coffee Break Demonstrations.

If you are not a member, and would like to participate in the Coffee Break webinars, we offer multiple membership options that will allow you to register for any Coffee Break webinars that you wish for one year from the month of payment. The regular e-membership is $85 and gives you access to each coffee break webinar for free.  This is discounted to $30 for full-time students. These e-memberships include electronic only access to four journals. To upgrade and get one-year access to all of AEA's coffee breaks, please click here to join or contact Zachary Grays in the AEA office at

Upcoming Coffee Break Demonstrations

CFB 236: Integrative Propositional Analysis: A More Rigorous, Transparent Way to Structure Program Models - Bernadette Wright and Steven E. Wallis


Thursday February 18th, 2016 2-2:20 PM 

Integrative Propositional Analysis (IPA) is a new easier, rigorous, transparent way to create, evaluate, and improve our program models. Unlike other methods, it provides a way to quantitatively assess and compare models based on their internal logic-structures. Here, we begin with a brief description of the supporting research stream, then demonstrate how to use IPA to benefit evaluation planning. A key learning is the improved ability to communicate evaluation findings to support program development and success.

Join this presentation by registering here. 


CFB 237: Process Mapping – Going Beyond the Logic Model to Identify Concrete Opportunities for Program Improvement - Dr. Kara Crohn


Thursday February 25th, 2016 2-2:20 PM 

Process mapping is a great tool for clarifying and improving program implementation during program planning, pilot program development, and evaluations of stable programs. It can be used as an extension of logic modeling to dig deeper into how activities are actually implemented. This brief presentation will explain how to document program processes, identify gaps and redundancies in program activities, and facilitate program improvement. The presentation will include examples of different types of process mapping and explain the added stakeholder engagement benefits of conducting process mapping workshops. 

Join this presentation by registering here. 



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