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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...

Developing Questions for Effective Surveys
2013

The use of surveys for data collection is ubiquitous in evaluation, so writing good survey questions is an essential skill for any...

Reducing the Outcomes Angst: A Step-by-Step Approach to Identify What to Measure
2012

Deciding what to measure (and what not to measure) towards gathering evidence of impact can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t...

How Well are We Serving our Female Students in STEM?
2012

You’d like to have more women enrolled in your technology programs such as nanotechnology and computer networking, but you aren’t sure how...

E-valuation: Assessing Webinars, Social Media, and Website Usage
2011

ATE grantees are using the Web for outreach, instruction, professional development, dissemination, and more.  As the Web becomes more central to the...

ATE Google Analytics for Evaluation: Handbook & Benchmarks
2011

This 2011 guide provides an overview of using Google Analytics for ATE evaluations, including results of a benchmarking study.

Developing and Validating Survey Instruments
2011

You know your project’s goals. And you know you need to measure your progress toward reaching them. You probably even know whether...

Evaluation Data: So You Have to Do a Survey…
2010

Evaluation Data: So You Need to do a Survey…. Who should you send your survey to? How many people? How can you...

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