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Your Guide to Clear Writing

This 2021 guide by the CDC provides guidance around clear and concise writing, including tips for effective writing, a clear writing checklist, plain language tip sheet, and more.

What is the best way to coordinate internal and external evaluation?

All ATE projects are required to allocate funds for external evaluation services. So, when it comes to internal and external evaluation, the...

Tips for Using Slack

This guide provides tips for making your time on Slack more efficient and meaningful.

Bending Our Evaluation and Research Studies to Reflect COVID-19

Conducting education research and evaluation during the season of COVID-19 may make you feel like you are the lone violinist playing tunes...

Making the Most of Virtual Conferences: An Exercise in Evaluative Thinking

We at EvaluATE affectionately call the fall “conference season.” Both the ATE PI Conference and the American Evaluation Association’s annual conference usually...

Quick Reference Guides Evaluators Can’t Live Without

* This blog was originally published on AEA365 on May 15, 2020: My name is Kelly Robertson, and I work at...

Evalu…WHAT? A Quick Introduction to Evaluation

Are you required to have an evaluation of your grant? Never worked with an evaluator before? Not sure what evaluation even is? This video is for you!

What I’ve Learned about Evaluation: Lessons from the Field

I’m completing my second year as the external evaluator of a three-year ATE project. As a first-time evaluator, I have to confess...

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