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Tips for Using Slack

If you are new to Slack, it can be a bit overwhelming. These tips can make your time on Slack more efficient...

Bending Our Evaluation and Research Studies to Reflect COVID-19

Conducting education research and evaluation during the season of COVID-19 may make you feel like you are the lone violinist playing tunes...

Making the Most of Virtual Conferences: An Exercise in Evaluative Thinking

We at EvaluATE affectionately call the fall “conference season.” Both the ATE PI Conference and the American Evaluation Association’s annual conference usually...

Quick Reference Guides Evaluators Can’t Live Without

* This blog was originally published on AEA365 on May 15, 2020: https://aea365.org/blog/quick-reference-guides-evaluators-cant-live-without-by-kelly-robertson/ My name is Kelly Robertson, and I work at...

What I’ve Learned about Evaluation: Lessons from the Field

I’m completing my second year as the external evaluator of a three-year ATE project. As a first-time evaluator, I have to confess...

10 Helpful Hints and 10 Fatal Flaws

What should be included in an ATE proposal’s evaluation plan? Consider these hints and flaws when preparing the evaluation section of your...

Adapting Evaluations in the Era of Social Distancing

In this webinar, we will share 10 strategies for adapting to this new evaluation reality.

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