Amy Grack Nelson is an Evaluation & Research Associate at the Science Museum of Minnesota. She carries out a range of front-end, formative, and summative evaluations of the museum's exhibits and programs, with a focus on evaluating youth development programs. As part of the NISE Net, Amy has evaluated exhibits, programs, forums, professional development workshops, and community building activities. Her evaluation interests include participatory evaluation techniques and using Web 2.0 technologies as a data collection method, especially with teens. Amy previously worked in informal education as an interpretive naturalist for North Dakota State Parks and at Dakota Science Center developing content for Ranger Rosie, an online natural science learning environment. Amy received her M.S. in Environmental Education, M.A. in Evaluation Studies, and B.S. in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior at the University of Minnesota. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in Quantitative Methods in Education with an emphasis on evaluation.