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Getting the Most out of Your Logic Model
2016

I recently led two workshops at the American Evaluation Association’s Summer Evaluation Institute. To get a sense of the types of projects...

Theory of Change
2016

“A theory of change defines all building blocks required to bring about a given long-term goal. This set of connected building blocks—interchangeably...

What’s the Difference Between Outputs, Outcomes, and Impacts?
2016

A common source of confusion among individuals who are learning about logic models is the difference between outputs, outcomes, and impacts. While...

ATE Logic Model Template
2016

A logic model is a graphic depiction of how a project translates its resources into activities and outcomes. The ATE Project Logic...

Project Spotlight: Geospatial Technician Education – Unmanned Aircraft Systems & Expanding Geospatial Technician Education through Virginia’s Community Colleges
2016

Chris Carter is the Deputy Director of the Virginia Space Grant Consortium, where he leads two ATE projects. How do you use...

2016 Summer
2016

File: Click Here Type: Newsletter Category: Newsletter PDFs Author(s): Chris Carter, Lori Wingate

Three Questions and Examples to Spur Action from Your Evaluation Report
2016

1) Are there any unexpected findings in the report? The EvaluATE team has been surprised to learn that we are attracting a...

Survey Says Spring 2016
2016

ATE principal investigators (PIs) who received both oral and written reports from their evaluators indicated more use of their evaluation results than...

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