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Three Tips for a Strong NSF Proposal Evaluation Plan

I’m Leslie Goodyear and I’m an evaluator who also served as a program officer for three years at the National Science Foundation...

Logic Models: Getting Them Right and Using Them Well

A logic model is a succinct graphic depiction of how a project translates its resources and activities into outcomes. A good logic...

Articulating Intended Outcomes Using Logic Models: The Roles Evaluators Play

Articulating project outcomes is easier said than done. A well-articulated outcome is one that is feasible to achieve within the project period,...

Logic Model Template for ATE Projects & Centers

This template is intended for ATE grantees to use and adapt a project logic model for their own projects.

The Retrospective Pretest Method for Evaluating Training

In a retrospective pretest,1 trainees rate themselves before and after a training in a single data collection event. It is useful for...

Evaluating for Sustainability: How can Evaluators Help?

Developing a functional strategy to sustain crucial program components is often overlooked by project staff implementing ATE-funded initiatives. At the same time,...

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