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Evaluator Qualifications: Which is more important- evaluation or subject matter expertise?
2013

When shopping for an external evaluator, a common question is whether it is better to hire someone who really understands your project’s...

Evaluation Planning Checklist for ATE Proposals
2013

and other resources to assist in proposal development and evaluation planning To assist ATE proposers navigate the intersection of proposal development and...

What makes a good evaluation section of a proposal?
2013

As a program officer, I read hundreds of proposals for different NSF programs and I saw many different approaches to writing a...

2013 Summer
2013

File: Click Here Type: Newsletter Category: Newsletter PDFs Author(s): Krystin Martens, Lara Smith, Leslie Goodyear, Lori Wingate

Evaluation that Seriously Gets to the Point- and Conveys it Brilliantly
2013

Evaluation, much as we love it, has a reputation among nonevaluators for being overly technical and academic, lost in the details, hard...

Evaluation Use
2013

All evaluators want their evaluations to be useful and used. Evaluation clients need evaluation to bring value to their work to make...

What does the switch from FastLane to Research.gov mean for ATE annual reporting?
2013

Along with the change from FastLane to Research.gov, there are a few changes in the reporting categories. Additionally, public Project Outcomes Reports...

Connecting the Dots between Data and Conclusions
2013

Data don’t speak for themselves. But the social and educational research traditions within which many evaluators have been trained offer little in...

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