This is an Eval Central archive copy, find the original at danawanzer.com I’ve been writing for a long while about how Todoist is my brain. I’ve been using it since 2014 and every year it has gotten better and better at doing what I love: manage my tasks. Want to learn how to use Todoist […]

## Ungrading and the Logic of Evaluation

This is an Eval Central archive copy, find the original at danawanzer.com Many of us who teach evaluation are familiar with the chocolate chip cookie exercise by Drs. Preskill and Russ-Eft in their book Building Evaluation Capacity. It’s a great introductory activity to help students understand and work through the logic of evaluation. Dr. Montrosse-Moorhead […]

## Dissertation RQ3: How do researchers and evaluators differ in use, interpersonal factors, and research/evaluation factors?

This is an Eval Central archive copy, find the original at danawanzer.com This blog post is a modified segment of my dissertation, done under the supervision of Dr. Tiffany Berry at Claremont Graduate University. You can read the full dissertation on the Open Science Framework here. The rest of the blog posts in this series […]

## Dissertation RQ2: To what extent do interpersonal factors relate to use beyond research factors?

This is an Eval Central archive copy, find the original at danawanzer.com This blog post is a modified segment of my dissertation, done under the supervision of Dr. Tiffany Berry at Claremont Graduate University. You can read the full dissertation on the Open Science Framework here. The rest of the blog posts in this series […]

## Dissertation RQ1: To what extent are interpersonal and research factors related to use?

This is an Eval Central archive copy, find the original at danawanzer.com This blog post is a modified segment of my dissertation, done under the supervision of Dr. Tiffany Berry at Claremont Graduate University. You can read the full dissertation on the Open Science Framework here. The rest of the blog posts in this series […]

## Dissertation: Overview of the study

## Defining evidence use

## Factors that promote use: A conceptual framework

## Teaching like Evaluation

This is an Eval Central archive copy, find the original at danawanzer.com What if we taught like we evaluated? I have been imaging what teaching might look like if we approached it like we did our evaluation work. Just like there are a variety of different approaches and strategies teachers use in their courses (e.g., […]

## Comment on Evaluation as a Bridging Profession by Dana Wanzer

This is an Eval Central archive copy, find the original at danawanzer.com In reply to Melanie Hunsaker. As I get older and become more experienced, and after my conversations on boundaries and thinking about the relationships between evaluation and research, I’ve almost become a bit less inclined towards boundaries. In the beginning, it was nice […]