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Results from Prior NSF support Checklist

If a PI or co-PI for an NSF proposal has received NSF funding in the past five years, information on the results of that funding must be included in the proposal, whether it relates to the current proposal or not.

Evaluation 101: PI “To-Do” Checklist: Before Launching your Project Evaluation

Checklist provided by Mentor-Connect: Leadership Development and Outreach Initiative for ATE

Getting Started with your Evaluation

Getting started with your ATE evaluation, a checklist on the basics of starting your evaluation.

Quick Reference Guides

The following is a collection of evaluation quick reference guides EvaluATE collected in collaboration with the evaluation community. Quick reference guides are practical reference or resource materials such as checklists, worksheets, templates, info-graphics, cheat sheets, or even a table or page in a book

Contracting for Evaluator Services

You are excited to be working on a new grant proposal. You have a well-defined project objective, a solid plan to address...

What Grant Writers Need to Know About Evaluation

Fellow grant writers: Do you ever stop and ask yourselves, “Why do we write grants?” Do you actually enjoy herding cats, pulling...

5 Tips for Evaluating Multisite Projects*

Conducting evaluations for multisite projects can present unique challenges and opportunities. For example, evaluators must be careful to ensure that consistent data...

Evaluation Plan for ATE Proposals

This checklist provides information on what should be included in evaluation plans for proposals to the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. Grant seekers should carefully read the most recent ATE program solicitation (ATE Program Solicitation) for details about the program and proposal submission requirements.

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