AEA’S On-Demand content includes past professional
development presentations and the new Online Courses. Content is on-demand,
which allows you to purchase them, then watch or listen at any time. Browse by the following products.
Annual Conference Recordings
AEA’s library of Annual Conference sessions delivered by thought leaders in evaluation offer thought-provoking insights to inform and inspire. Recorded sessions include many of the presidential and plenary presentations.
Coffee Breaks are offered exclusively to AEA members for free. These 20 minute presentations provide insights into niche topics impacting evaluation practice. Simply login to your AEA account to access the content.
In-depth eStudy courses offer a deep dive into top-of-mind evaluation themes and topics. Open to both members and nonmembers alike, eStudies provide a diverse learning experience where collaboration is encouraged.
Online, self-paced, in-depth course that can be taken anytime and anywhere. These self-paced courses allow you the flexibility to complete on your own time and revisit whenever you need a refresher.
Summer Learning Series
The Summer Learning Series features five digital workshops that were scheduled for the cancelled 2020 Summer Evaluation Institute. These digital workshops provide opportunities for meaningful discussions, to ask presenters questions, and learn from experts in the field.
Social Justice Series
AEA is committed to improving evaluation theory, practice, and methods with education and resources that build professional skills of cultural competence, communication, facilitation, and conflict resolution. We are committed to providing a wide range of offerings that help practitioners learn, identify, and address Social Justice and Equity in evaluation.
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