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Strategic Knowledge Mapping: A New Tool for Visualizing and Using Evaluation Findings in STEM

A challenge to designing effective STEM programs is that they address very large, complex goals, such as increasing the numbers of underrepresented...

Improving Evaluator Communication and PI Evaluation Understanding to Increase Evaluation Use: The Evaluator’s Perspective

As a project PI, have you ever glanced at an evaluation report and wished it has been presented in a different format...

Improving Evaluator Communication and PI Evaluation Understanding to Increase Evaluation Use: The Principal Investigator’s Perspective

As an evaluator, have you ever spent hours working on an evaluation report only to find that your client skimmed it or...

Quick Graphics with Canva

In your ATE project, you often have to develop different communication materials for your stakeholders.  To make them more interesting, and move...

Identifying Your NSF Project’s Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts Template

This 2015 template is intended to help project leaders and evaluators identify evidence of intellectual merit and broader impacts within their project.

Results from Prior NSF Support Checklist

This 2015 checklist summarizes elements that one should include when writing results from prior NSF support in an NSF proposal.

Developing a Theory of Change for Your Innovation Project

Have you ever had to express a theory of change to convince funders that there’s a logical argument behind your innovation? Funders...

Webinar Coordination Checklist

This 2015 checklist is designed to help anyone plan and host a successful webinar based on best practices and lessons learned producing some 30+ EvaluATE webinars.

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