2019 Gift Guide for Evaluators

Not sure what to get that special evaluator in your life? Need some ideas for items to add to your holiday wishlist? See this list below for hand-picked items from the SCEA Board!

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AEA Membership
With an AEA membership, you can gain access to journals and articles, topical interest groups, AEA Coffee Break, eStudy events, live events, and the career center, among many other perks. Regular standard membership costs $134 annually, with discounts for current students ($69 annually).

 

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Registration for January 2020’s The Evaluators’ Institute
Claremont Graduate University’s Claremont Evaluation Center is back in southern California with their January 2020 program. Topics include survey development, data visualization, and evaluation capacity building, among others. Workshops will be held January 13-18, 2020 in Claremont, CA. Use the code 2020TEI for 15% off courses until December 16.
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Stata chi-squared Mug
Stay caffeinated while working on evaluation analysis with this Stata mug! The Stata gift shop includes an array of items, including more mugs, adult and children’s clothing, a tote bag, and more.
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R for the Rest of Us Workshop
“You don’t need a PhD in statistics or years of coding experience to learn R. Anyone can learn the most powerful tool for data analysis and visualization.” David Keyes provides online workshops for people of all levels to learn R. Learn more about coding, RMarkdown, data cleaning and analysis, and data visualization. There’s even a free “Getting Started with R” online course.
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Dedoose Subscription
Help emerging and seasoned evaluators dig into their transcripts with a subscription to Dedoose, a user-friendly qualitative data analysis platform that will help them stay on top of their files and collaborate with colleagues no matter where they are. You might even want to follow Bruce the Dedoose Moose just for fun!

 

Happy holidays from the SCEA Board! 

This post was not sponsored by any of the companies or organizations above.

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