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Evaluation Plan Checklist for ATE Proposals

This 2023 checklist provides information on what should be included in evaluation plans for proposals to the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program.

ATE PI Checklist for Getting Started with Your Evaluation Post-Award

This 2022 checklist is for PIs and co-PIs who are getting started with their evaluation after being funded.

Get the Most Out of Your Project Evaluation: A Checklist for Using Evaluation Findings

This 2020 checklist reviews 13 ways that project staff and other stakeholders can use evaluation findings throughout a project's lifecycle.

Communication Plan Checklist for ATE Principal Investigators and Evaluators

This 2017 checklist highlights the decisions that need to made when developing a clear communication plan. The communication plan should be an agreement between the project’s principal investigator and the evaluator, and followed by members of their respective teams.

Project Vita Checklist

This checklist is designed to help with the creation of a project vita. Similar to an individual’s professional vita or resume, a project vita is a comprehensive index of factual information about a project’s activities and achievements.

Checklist for Program Evaluation Report Content

This checklist identifies and describes the elements of an evaluation report. It is intended to serve as a flexible guide for determining an evaluation report’s content.

Results from Prior NSF Support Checklist

This checklist summarizes elements that one should include when writing results from prior NSF support in an NSF proposal.

Webinar Coordination Checklist

This checklist is designed to help anyone plan and host a successful webinar based on best practices and lessons learned producing some 30+ EvaluATE webinars.

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