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Checking our bias in “unbiased” research instruments: applying a diversity, equity and inclusion lens to instrument design*

We think of a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) lens as the commitment to incorporate DEI principles and practices into the environments...

Next-Level Logic Models for Your ATE Proposal and Beyond

At its core, a logic model is a visual representation of a project’s activities and intended outcomes. But it’s much more than...

How is an NSF project outcomes report different from a final annual report?

All NSF projects are required to submit a project outcomes report within 90 days of the grant’s expiration, along with a final...

Evaluation That Seriously Gets to the Point and Conveys It Brilliantly

Evaluation, much as we love it, has a reputation among non-evaluators for being overly technical and academic, lost in the details, hard...

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...

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