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Innovation & Cooperative Evaluation

The cascading impact of COVID-19, the resulting global pandemic, and its effect on our daily lives have caused many shifts. For higher...

Quick Reference Guides

The following is a collection of evaluation quick reference guides EvaluATE collected in collaboration with the evaluation community. Quick reference guides are practical reference or resource materials such as checklists, worksheets, templates, info-graphics, cheat sheets, or even a table or page in a book

SWOT Analysis: What Is It? How Can It Be Useful?

Hello! My name is Cherie Avent, and I am a graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. As a...

Evaluation Data Matrix Template

An evaluation plan should include a clear description of what data will be collected, from what sources and how, by whom, and when, as well as how the data will be analyzed.

Becoming a Sustainability Sleuth: Leaving and Looking for Clues of Long-Term Impact

Hello! I’m Rebecca from SageFox Consulting Group, and I’d like to start a conversation about measuring sustainability. Many of us work on...

Example Project Logic Model

This is an example project logic model based on a fictional project. The purpose is to better understand what to include in a logic model, and then how to develop evaluation questions based on the logic model.

ATE Proposal Evaluation Plan

This template is for use in preparing the evaluation plan sections for proposals to the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. It is based on the ATE Evaluation Planning Checklist, also developed by EvaluATE.

Logic Models for Curriculum Evaluation

At the STEM Program at WestEd, we are in the third year of an evaluation of an innovative, hands-on STEM curriculum. Learning...

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