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@WashEval: Facilitating Evaluation Collaboration for More Than 30 Years

Presented by Nick Hart, Washington Evaluators President-elect and David Bernstein, Washington Evaluators President. Founded in 1984 with an initial membership of 12 evaluators, the Washington Evaluators (WE) has since grown to include a professional and student membership base of more than 200...

WE Presentation 9-24-2016.pptx


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Sustaining an Evaluator Community of Practice

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Washington Evaluators (WE), a local affiliate of the American Evaluation Association (AEA). As the founding President of WE has noted, affiliates help to develop an evaluation community in a local area. WE has become an evaluation community of practice...

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Sustaining an Evaluator Community of Practice

What does it take to establish and maintain an evaluation community of practice? This session at #eval14, the 2014 AEA conference, had two purposes: 1. Present a historical example: Celebrating 30 Years of the Washington Evaluators 2. Exploring the question together via a think tank: How...

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Eval12 Session 326: Top 10 Benefits of Connecting With Your AEA Affiliate [Slides]

This Ignite presentation highlighted how I built relationships with two AEA affiliates, the Eastern Evaluation Research Society and the Washington Evaluators, by volunteering over the past two years. After sharing examples of my responsibilities each affiliate, I shared the top 10 ways that...


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Eval12 Session 326: Top 10 Benefits of Connecting With Your AEA Affiliate [Recording]

This Ignite presentation highlighted how I built relationships with two AEA affiliates, the Eastern Evaluation Research Society and the Washington Evaluators, by volunteering over the past two years. After sharing examples of my responsibilities each affiliate, I shared the top 10 ways that...


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Eval11 Session 221: Testing an Unusual Model of Professional Development: The Self-Directed Study Group

An AEA local affiliate tested a study group model of professional development in which organizers did not have high expertise at the beginning. The topic of learning was organizational network theory and evaluation. Attendees met monthly for 8 months. We evaluated the course through an on-line...

Testing an Unusual Model of Professional Development.pdf