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Outcomes and Impacts
2016

Outcomes are “changes or benefits resulting from activities and outputs,” including changes in knowledge, attitude, skill, behavior, practices, policies, and conditions. These...

Where and how should I report on my evaluation in my annual report to the National Science Foundation?
2016

Research.gov is the online reporting system used by all National Science Foundation grantees. The system is designed to accommodate reporting on all...

Bridging the Gap: Using Action Plans to Facilitate Evaluation Use
2016

NSF requires evaluation, in part, because it is an essential tool for project improvement. Yet all too often, evaluation results are not...

Project Spotlight: Geospatial Technology Advantage Project
2016

Mike Rudibaugh is principal investigator for the Geospatial Technology Advantage Project at Kaskaskia College. The project’s external evaluator is Elaine Craft of...

2016 Spring
2016

This is the pdf version of our Spring 2016 Newsletter. This issue is focused on evaluation use. File: Click Here Type: Newsletter...

Revisiting Intellectual Merit and Broader Impact
2016

If you have ever written a proposal to the National Science Foundation (NSF) or participated in a proposal review panel for NSF,...

Survey Says Winter 2016
2016

On the 2015 ATE survey, 65 of 230 principal investigators (28%) reported spending some portion of their annual budgets on research. Six...

Transformative
2016

NSF identifies five questions that proposal reviewers should consider in relation to the NSF merit criteria of Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts.1...

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