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20 Years of ATE Evaluation
2013

Evaluation has been required of ATE projects and centers since the program began in 1993. Many evaluations were concerned more with numbers...

ATE Sustainability
2013

Sustainability is about ensuring that at least some aspects of a project or center’s work—such as faculty positions, partnerships, or curricula—have “a...

Do you have a model for writing up survey results?
2013

There is not a one-size-fits-all template for writing up survey results—it depends in the survey’s scale, the reason it was conducted, and...

The ATE Survey: Telling the ATE Story Since 2000
2013

For the past 14 of the ATE program’s 20 years, an annual survey has documented the activities and accomplishments of ATE projects...

Developing a Culture of Evaluation
2013

As an ATE project, you and your team collect a lot of data: You complete the annual monitoring survey, you work with...

2013 Fall
2013

File: Click Here Type: Newsletter Category: Newsletter PDFs Author(s): Corey Smith, Gerhard Salinger, Leslie Goodyear, Lori Wingate

What grant writers need to know about evaluation
2013

Fellow grant writers: Do you ever stop and ask yourselves, “Why do we write grants?” Do you actually enjoy herding cats, pulling...

Data Management Plan (DMP)
2013

DMPs are not evaluation plans, but they should address how evaluation data will be handled and possibly shared. DMPs are required for...

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