Each year, ATE PIs are asked what type of reports their evaluators provide them with and how they use the information. The majority of ATE PIs receive both oral and written reports from their evaluators.

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PIs who receive reports in both oral and written forms report higher rates of evaluation use, as shown in the figure on the right, above.

You can find more at evalu-ate.org/annual_survey/

About the Authors

Corey Smith

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Doctoral Associate, The Evaluation Center

Corey Smith is a doctoral associate with EvaluATE. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in evaluation at Western Michigan University. His primary responsibilities with EvaluATE are to administer and manage the annual ATE survey, analyze data collected through that survey and produce reports, data snapshots and publications based on that data. PI’s may recognize his name from the flurry of nagging emails he sends about the annual survey each January through March.

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