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Claims + Evidence: Assessing ATE Grant Outcomes
2011

The 2010 ATE program solicitation says that PIs “should establish claims as to the project’s effectiveness, and the evaluative activities should provide...

Maximizing Evaluation Impact
2010

Too often, evaluation reports serve little purpose beyond collecting dust on a PI’s shelf. Thoughtful, intentional planning for making use of evaluation...

Evaluation Tools: Logic Models, Success Indicators and Performance Standards
2010

How, exactly, is evaluation done? This webinar’s focus in on logic models, success indicators, and standards of performance — the blueprints for...

Evaluation Basics
2009

Looking to formalize your evaluator-client relationship with a contract? We will share materials that can help shape a clear agreement. Thinking about...

Developing Strong Evaluations for ATE Projects
2009

This webinar workshop is oriented toward those preparing ATE proposals and seeking assistance in integrating evaluation into project work. The two-part workshop...

Evaluation Questions Checklist for Program Evaluation
2007

Evaluation questions identify what aspects of a program will be investigated. They focus on the merit, worth, or significance of a program or particular aspects of a program. Unlike survey questions, they are not intended to derive single data points. Evaluation questions help to define the boundaries of an evaluation that are consistent with evaluation users’ information needs, opportunities, and constraints related to data collection, and available resources.

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