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Explore Community-Centric Fundraising to start Transforming Your Evaluation Work

Dear Evaluators: March 2020 was a tough month for all of us. We—Anna Rebecca (“AR”) and I (Molly)—were working as evaluators in...

Institutional Research and External Evaluation: A Key Partnership for Successful Grants

Having worked as both institutional researchers and external evaluators, we want to share how the relationships between the institutional researcher, grant director,...

Building ATE Social Capital Through Evaluation Activities

“Social networks have value. Social capital refers to the value of social networks, or whom people know, and the inclinations that arise...

Getting Started with Your Evaluation Toolkit

This toolkit is intended for anyone who is getting started with a NSF ATE evaluation, including principal investigators (PIs) and evaluators who are new to evaluation.

Proposal Development

This toolkit is for anyone who is involved in developing proposals submitted to NSF’s ATE program, including grants professionals, PIs, co-PIs, and evaluators.

Evaluation Crash Course for Non-evaluators

Do you have questions about evaluation? Like, what is it? Why is it required for projects funded by the National Science Foundation?...

Your Guide to Clear Writing

This 2021 guide by the CDC provides guidance around clear and concise writing, including tips for effective writing, a clear writing checklist, plain language tip sheet, and more.

What is the best way to coordinate internal and external evaluation?

All ATE projects are required to allocate funds for external evaluation services. So, when it comes to internal and external evaluation, the...

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