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A Two-Phase, Mixed Methods Approach to Evaluating and Improving an Innovative Program Model

Ignite presentation slides Bernadette Wright, Ladel Lewis, Steven E. Wallis, and Izolda Fotiyeva. A Two-Phase, Mixed Methods Approach to Evaluating and Improving an Innovative Program Model: The PAC-Involved Evaluation. Ignite Presentation, STEM Education and Training track. Evaluation 2015 ...

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Innovative Ways to Represent a Theory of Change

This PowerPoint is from the session Sara Vaca and I presented at the AEA 2016 Conference entitled " Innovative Ways to Represent a Theory of Change." Please feel free to contact either of us by email (info provided on last page of slide deck) for purposes of discussion or attribution. ...

Presenting ToC - Dhillon Vaca FINAL Oct 2016.pptx


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Eval16: Designing and Representing Qualitative Data: Context and Considerations Session 1990

The opening talk for Session 1990:The Design and Display of Qualitative Data and Information. The presentation includes definitions of visualizing qualitative data, some examples of how qualitative data and information have been represented in the recent past, and considerations for evaluators...

2016 AEA qual data viz presentation epublic library v2.pdf



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Eval13: Multipaper Session 962 - Design and Implementation of Culturally Responsive Monitoring and Evaluation System for a Multisite Training Program

How to design and implement a multisite monitoring and evaluation systems to evaluate a training program for one of the most diverse workforces within the US school system: the school nutrition staff, where different levels of education, nationalities, and languages converge? Building on the...

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Eval13 Session 199: Excel Elbow Grease: How to Fool Excel into Making (Pretty Much) Any Type of Chart You Want [Recording]

Tired of using the same old pie charts, bar charts, and line charts in Excel to communicate your evaluation results? Don't have expensive data visualization software? Can't afford to hire a graphic designer to transform your default Excel charts into polished masterpieces? In this 45-minute...


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Eval13 Session 199: Excel Elbow Grease: How to Fool Excel into Making (Pretty Much) Any Type of Chart You Want [Slides]

Tired of using the same old pie charts, bar charts, and line charts in Excel to communicate your evaluation results? Don't have expensive data visualization software? Can't afford to hire a graphic designer to transform your default Excel charts into polished masterpieces? In this 45-minute...


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Eval12 Session 510: Great Data Visualization Using Basic Word Processing and Spreadsheet Software

Handout summary of our 2012 AEA presentation on great data visualization using basic document and spreadsheet software. Demonstration Session Abstract: In the evaluation process planning, collecting, and analyzing the data are almost equally paramount. However, it is the data presentation...

Data Visualization Handout AEA 20121.pdf


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Eval12 Session 617: Working with What You're Given: Data Visualization in Microsoft Excel

Five examples of how we can use Microsoft Excel to produce professional looking charts and tables using only formatting in Excel. The PPT has before and after pictures with steps in the notes and the Excel file is my data source. Demonstration Session Abstract: This demonstration will explore...

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Eval11 Session 253: Data and Information Visualization Throughout the Evaluation Life Cycle HANDOUT

This eLibrary entry contains the handout that accompanies this presentation. In this session presenters will share approaches and examples of how to incorporate innovative data and information visualization techniques throughout each stage of the evaluation life cycle to support participatory...