It’s been a busy few months for me. I have been leading workshops, making presentations, attending conferences, and working in Honolulu, Helsinki, London, Tallinn (Estonia), and Claremont. I met some amazing people and learned a great deal about how evaluation is being practiced around the world. More about this in later posts.
This morning, I am in Minneapolis for the Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association, which begins today. While I am here, I will be reporting on the latest trends, techniques, and opportunities in evaluation.
Today will be interesting. I lead a half-day workshop on program design with Stewart Donaldson. Then I chair a panel discussion on the future of evaluation (a topic that, to my surprise, has mushroomed from a previous EvalBlog post into a number of conference presentations and a website).
Off to the conference–more later.