Wednesday, August 21, 2013 1-2:30 p.m. EST
Evaluation is more than a requirement for ATE proposals, it’s an essential ingredient for increasing the cohesion and competiveness of your submission. Developing your proposal with an evaluative perspective can help you avoid common proposal pitfalls, such as writing goals that are either too lofty or too simplistic or failing to demonstrate a logical relationship between your activities and your intended outcomes. In this webinar, we’ll share two tools specifically developed for ATE proposers: a checklist for developing evaluation plans for ATE proposals and a template for creating simple, yet powerful project logic models. Veteran ATE and NSF personnel will provide additional insights on how to put together a strong proposal.