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None | Blog Post
2024

Working with an Evaluator: What to Know

Many ATE PIs and project staff new to working with external evaluators may wonder what working with an evaluator even looks like....

Planning and Design | Blog Post
2024

Navigating NSF Proposals: A Personal Journey in Aligning Education with Industry

When I embarked on the journey (a gift from my Dean) of updating our educational programs to align with the latest industry...

None | Blog Post
2024

Valeo: Practical Self-Paced Online Evaluation Courses

*This blog was originally published on Valeo’s website on March 25, 2024. Visit Valeo We are Kelly Robertson and Lori Wingate, long-time...

Engagement | Blog Post
2024

Takeaways from the 2023 CREA Conference

Over the years, my affiliation with EvaluATE has significantly contributed to my growth as an evaluator. Recently, EvaluATE paid for me to...

None | Blog Post
2024

Lessons Learned from Facilitating a Virtual Event

The logistics of planning and facilitating a virtual event are different from in-person event logistics, but by no means less involved. And,...

Management, Planning and Design | Blog Post
2024

Facilitating Valuable Connections: Thoughts from an ATE Evaluator and ATE PI

I have been an ATE evaluator for 6.5 years and an ATE PI for 3.5 years. One of the ways an evaluator...

None | Blog Post
2024

Our Take on AI’s Role for Professional Evaluators

Many of us evaluators are old enough to have seen firsthand the monumental shifts brought about by personal computers in the ’90s...

Communication, Dissemination, & Use of Results, Engagement, Interpretation, Management | Blog Post
2024

Celebrating Excellence: Insights from the 2023 Outstanding ATE Evaluation Awards Nominations

EvaluATE’s third annual Outstanding ATE Evaluation Awards saw the largest number of nominations yet, and the high level of quality was exciting...

None | Blog Post
2023

Special Challenges Evaluating Non-Degree Credential Programs

One of my evaluations examines implementation of what project managers call incremental credentials—non-degree credentials that don’t fit a traditional associate–bachelor’s–graduate degree structure....

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