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National Science Foundation Annual Report Requirements

This document is a compilation of the Research.gov annual reports system components. This document was prepared by EvaluATE (NSF #1204683) to assist Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program grantees in preparing their annual reports. No modifications or additions have been made to the original text from Research.gov. This document identifies each component of the annual report and provides NSF’s descriptions of what should be addressed in each section.

Questions, Data, Conclusions, and Recommendations: Connecting the Dots for an Effective Evaluation

This webinar is intended for evaluators who are launching new evaluations or seeking to strengthen the overall design of ongoing studies.  We’ll...

ATE Evaluation 101 (2013)

In this webinar, participants will learn about the role of evaluation in ATE projects and get practical guidance on administrative/managerial aspects of...

Evaluation: A Key Ingredient for a Successful ATE Proposal

Evaluation is more than a requirement for ATE proposals, it’s an essential ingredient for increasing the coherence and competitiveness of your submission....

ATE Evaluation: Measuring Reaction, Learning, Behavior, and Results

In this webinar, participants will learn about evaluating ATE initiatives in practical, yet meaningful ways. The Kirkpatrick “Levels” model for evaluation is...

ATE Evaluation 101 (2012)

In this webinar, participants will learn about the role of evaluation in ATE projects and get practical guidance on administrative/managerial aspects of...

Build a Better ATE Proposal with Evaluation and Logic Models

A grant proposal that includes a strong evaluation plan linked to a sound project logic model will be reviewed more favorably than...

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

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

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