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Strategies for Communicating in Virtual Settings

We are Ouen and Jeffrey, the authors of the recently published resource “Effective Communication Strategies for Interviews and Focus Groups.” Thank you...

Communication Platforms for Data Collection & Stakeholder Engagement

This 2020 guide provides an overview of online platforms for data collection and stakeholder engagement.

Three Ways to Boost Network Reporting

The National Convergence Technology Center (CTC), a national ATE center focusing on IT infrastructure technology, manages a community called the Convergence College Network (CCN). The CCN...

Beyond Reporting: Getting More Value out of Your Evaluation*

If you’ve been a part of the ATE community for any time at all, you probably already know that ATE projects are required...

Three Questions to Spur Action from Your Evaluation Report

Evaluators are urged to make their evaluations useful. Project staff are encouraged to use their evaluations. An obvious way to support these...

How I Came to Learn R, and Why You Should Too!

A few years ago, I left my job on the research team at the Oregon Community Foundation and started working as an...

How Your Editor Is a Lot Like an Evaluator

I’m Cynthia Williams, editor and project manager at Dragonfly Editorial and owner of Style Sheets Editorial Services. Having worked with lots of...

Get the Most Out of Your Project Evaluation: A Checklist for Using Evaluation Findings

This 2020 checklist reviews 13 ways that project staff and other stakeholders can use evaluation findings throughout a project's lifecycle.

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