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Tips for Building and Strengthening Stakeholder Relationships

Hello! I am Valerie Marshall, I work on a range of projects at The Evaluation Center, including EvaluATE, where I serve as...

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

How Can You Make Sure Your Evaluation Meets the Needs of Multiple Stakeholders?*

We talk a lot about stakeholders in evaluation. These are the folks who are involved in, affected by, or simply interested in...

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.

Evaluation Responsibility Diagram

This diagram provides an overview of evaluation responsibilities for the project staff, external evaluator, and combined responsibilities.

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.

Sustaining Career Pathways System Development Efforts

Career pathways are complex systems that leverage education, workforce development, and social service supports to help people obtain the skills they need...

Best Practices for Two-Year Colleges to Create Competitive Evaluation Plans

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College’s (NWTC) Grants Office works closely with its Institutional Research Office to create ad hoc evaluation teams in order...

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