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Management, Planning and Design | Webinar
2023

Evaluation Essentials for Non-Evaluators: Understanding the Basics and Benefits of Evaluation

Submitting a proposal to the National Science Foundation Advanced Technical Education (ATE) program can be overwhelming. One of the many proposal requirements...

Communication, Dissemination, & Use of Results, Data Collection & Analysis, Engagement, Interpretation, Management, Planning and Design, Quality Review | Slides
2023

Distilling Evaluation Practice into 43 Essential Tasks

Planning and Design | Webinar
2023

Strategies and Insights into Evaluation Plans for NSF ATE Proposals

Evaluation is an essential part of a successful NSF Advanced Technological Education proposal. In this webinar, attendees will gain an understanding of...

Management, Planning and Design | Webinar
2023

Evaluation Essentials for Non-Evaluators

Submitting a proposal to the NSF ATE program can be overwhelming. One of the many proposal requirements is around evaluating your project...

Data Collection & Analysis, Planning and Design | Guide
2023

Guide to Measuring DEI in ATE Projects

This quick reference guide was developed from Drs. Boyce and Tovey's 2021 webinar on measuring diversity, equity, and inclusion in ATE projects.

Data Collection & Analysis, Planning and Design | External Resource
2022

Partnership Rubric

Developed by The Rucks Group and the Working Partners research project, this tool provides a framework for measuring industry relationships.

Data Collection & Analysis, Engagement, Planning and Design | Slides
2022

Engaging Intentionally with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in your ATE Evaluation

These are slides from the ATE PI pre-conference workshop held on October 26, 2022.

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