November 13, 2015
OEIE staff presenting at 2015 national evaluation conference
Team members from the Office of Educational Innovation & Evaluation, or OEIE, in the College of Education will be presenting at the American Evaluation Association's 2015 National Evaluation Conference in Chicago, Illinois, this week.
This year’s theme, "Exemplary Evaluations in a Multicultural World: Learning from Evaluation’s Successes Across the Globe," will celebrate the International Year of Evaluation.
Allison Teeter, research associate/evaluator, will present "Capacity Building: How Not to Be a Fear-Inspiring Dragon" and Aaron Schroeder, chief technology officer, will present "An Impact Reporting and Data Management System for Geographically Dispersed Projects."
Jan Middendorf, Office of Educational Innovation & Evaluation director who is on sabbatical at the National Science Foundation, will present "Promoting Research and Innovation in Methodologies for Evaluation (PRIME): Outcomes and Impacts from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Investments."
Cindy Shuman, Office of Educational Innovation & Evaluation acting director, will serve as a discussant on the session "Evaluation in Context: Managing Evaluation in Corporate and University Settings.