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Communication, Dissemination, & Use of Results, Interpretation | Webinar
2011

Making Sense of Your Evaluation Data

Sometimes what seemed crystal-clear when the evaluation of your grant was being planned gets a little fuzzy once the data are actually...

Management | Webinar
2010

Getting Started with Your ATE Evaluation

Congratulations on your new ATE grant! This webinar will give you the information and resources you need to get your evaluation started...

Quality Review | Webinar
2010

Workforce Needs Assessment

What if you reached the end of your project, which experienced great successes, but the industry employers in your region said your...

Management | Webinar
2010

Making Evaluation Integral to your ATE Proposal

In this free, 90-minute webinar, participants will learn how to make evaluation a strong component of their ATE proposals. Staff from the...

Planning and Design | Webinar
2010

Maximizing Evaluation Impact

Too often, evaluation reports serve little purpose beyond collecting dust on a PI’s shelf. Thoughtful, intentional planning for making use of evaluation...

Data Collection & Analysis | Webinar
2010

Evaluation Data: So You Have to Do a Survey…

Evaluation Data: So You Need to do a Survey…. Who should you send your survey to? How many people? How can you...

Planning and Design | Webinar
2010

Evaluation Tools: Logic Models, Success Indicators and Performance Standards

How, exactly, is evaluation done? This webinar’s focus in on logic models, success indicators, and standards of performance — the blueprints for...

Planning and Design | Webinar
2009

Evaluation Basics

Looking to formalize your evaluator-client relationship with a contract? We will share materials that can help shape a clear agreement. Thinking about...

Planning and Design | Webinar
2009

Developing Strong Evaluations for ATE Projects

This webinar workshop is oriented toward those preparing ATE proposals and seeking assistance in integrating evaluation into project work. The two-part workshop...

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