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Getting Everyone on the Same Page: Practical Strategies for Evaluator-Stakeholder Communication

In this webinar, participants will learn about innovative and practical strategies to improve communication between those involved in evaluation planning, implementation, and use.

Untangling the Story When You’re Part of the Complexity

I am wrestling with a wicked evaluation problem: How do I balance evaluation, research, and technical assistance work when they are so...

Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Video 1: Why Evaluation?

This is video 1 of 6 in our Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Series. This first video discusses how evaluation can make your proposal stand out.

Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Video 2: Evaluation Plan and Identifying an Evaluator

This is video 2 of 6 in our Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Series. This video reviews what counts as an external evaluator and how to find a qualified evaluator.

Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Video 3: Evaluation Questions

This is video 3 of 6 in our Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Series. This video examines what makes good evaluation questions.

Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Video 4: Evaluation Data

This is video 4 of 6 in our Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Series. This video talks about evaluation data, specifically what data will be collected, how it will be analyzed, and how the data will be interpreted.

Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Video 5: Evaluation Communication, Use, and Timelines

This is video 5 of 6 in our Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Series. This video covers communication with your evaluator, evaluation use, and evaluation timelines.

Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Video 6: Integrating Evaluation

This is video 6 of 6 in our Evaluation in Your ATE Proposal Series. This video shows where and how to integrate evaluation throughout your ATE proposal.

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