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LGBT-Inclusive Language in Data Collection
2015

In order to obtain relevant and reliable demographic information regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals, it is important to understand...

Still Photography in Evaluation
2015

I have used my photographic skills in my work as principal investigator for my ATE projects and more recently as external evaluator...

A Rose Isn’t as Sweet by Any Other Name: Lessons on Subject Lines for Web Surveys
2015

Survey developers typically spend a great deal of time on the content of questionnaires. We struggle with what items to include, how...

Look No Further! Potential Sources of Institutional Data
2015

This blog entry is a follow-up to our article in EvaluATE’s Winter 2015 newsletter on the use of institutional data for evaluation...

Gender Evaluation Strategies: Improving Female Recruitment and Retention in ATE Projects
2015

How can ATE project staff and/or STEM educators in general tell if the strategies they are  implementing to increase diversity are impacting...

Evaluating ATE Efforts Using Peer-Generated Surveys
2014

During the course of evaluating the sustainability of NSF’s Advanced Technological Education program, I introduced a new method for creating evaluation surveys....

This is How “We” Do Data: Collect, Unravel, Summarize!
2014

At this time of year (early spring), we at FLATE stop to review, tally, analyze, and aggregate our collected data from the...

Evaluation and Research in the ATE Program
2014

The Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development (http://bit.ly/nsf-ies_guide) define the National Science Foundation’s and Department of Education’s shared understanding and expectations...

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