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Research on Evaluation: It Takes a Village (The Problem)

  Response rates from evaluators are poor. Despite research suggesting that AEA members consider research on evaluation as important, response rates for research on evaluation studies are often only between 10-30%.1 As evaluators ourselves, we understand how busy we can be. However, we believe that evaluators should spend more time contributing to these studies. These … more »
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For consultants and consultants-to-be: BONUS POST!

BONUS POST WITH DR. GAIL BARRINGTON! And you thought the fun was over… Whether you are thinking about venturing out on your own or have already started, this series will arm you with advice from seasoned consultants! This post features Dr. Barrington, who provides her insight on common questions consultants (or consultants-to-be) might have. Be … more »
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For consultants and consultants-to-be: expert advice (pt. 2)

It’s here — part two!  Whether you are thinking about venturing out on your own or have already started, this two-part series will arm you with advice from seasoned consultants! This post features Ann K. Emery, who provides her insight on common questions consultants (or consultants-to-be) might have. Check out the first post in this … more »
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For the consultants and consultants-to-be: expert advice.

Are you considering consulting? Whether you are thinking about venturing out on your own or have already started, this two-part series will arm you with advice from seasoned consultants! Dr. Stephanie Evergreen and Ann K. Emery will be featured, providing their insight on common questions consultants (or consultants-to-be) might have. Note: both are heavily focused … more »
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