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PhotoVoice: A Method of Inquiry in Program Evaluation

Hello, EvaluATE! We are Ouen Hunter (student at the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Evaluation, IDPE), Emma Perk (co-PI of EvaluATE at The Evaluation...

The Life-Changing Magic of a Tidy Evaluation Plan

“Effective tidying involves only three essential actions. All you need to do is take the time to examine every item you own,...

Evaluation Feedback Is a Gift

I’m Christopher Lutz, chemistry faculty at Anoka-Ramsey Community College. When our project was initially awarded, I was a first-time National Science Foundation...

Creating Interactive Documents

In 2016, I was an intern at the Evaluation Office (EVAL) of the International Labour Organization, where the constant question was, “How...

Summarizing Project Milestones

With any initiative, it can be valuable to document and describe the implementation to understand what occurred and what shifts or changes...

Creating One-Page Reports

One-page evaluation reports are a great way to provide a snapshot of a project’s activities and impact to stakeholders such as advisory...

Overcoming Writer’s Block – Strategies for Writing Your NSF Annual Report

For many new grantees and seasoned principal investigators, nothing is more daunting than an email from Research.gov titled “Annual Project Report Is...

One Pagers: Simple and Engaging Reporting

Traditional, long-form reports are often used to detail the depth and specifics of an evaluation. However, many readers simply don’t have the...

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