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Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts: Identifying Your Project’s Achievements and Supporting Evidence
2015

Updated April 2019 for Throwback Thursday series. The deadline for proposals to the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education program for this...

Using Embedded Assessment to Understand Science Skills
2015

As our field explores the impact of informal (and formal) science programs on learning and skill development, it is imperative that we...

Visualizing Network Data
2015

Social Network Analysis (SNA) is a methodology that we have found useful when answering questions about relationships. For example, our independent evaluation...

Crowdsourcing Interview Data Analysis
2015

Most of the evaluations I conduct include interview or focus group data. This data provides a sense of student experiences and outcomes...

Tips for Data Preparation
2015

Over the course of analyzing data for a number of projects, I have encountered several situations that can make it hard to...

LGBT-Inclusive Language in Data Collection
2015

In order to obtain relevant and reliable demographic information regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals, it is important to understand...

Still Photography in Evaluation
2015

I have used my photographic skills in my work as principal investigator for my ATE projects and more recently as external evaluator...

A Rose Isn’t as Sweet by Any Other Name: Lessons on Subject Lines for Web Surveys
2015

Survey developers typically spend a great deal of time on the content of questionnaires. We struggle with what items to include, how...

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