“Small Grants for Institutions New to the ATE Program” is a funding track specifically designed for community colleges that have not had an ATE award within the past 10 years. Like all ATE awards, these projects—up to $200,000 over three years—are required to have an external evaluation that matches the scope of the project. In this webinar, EvaluATE and Mentor-Connect are teaming up to provide guidance on evaluation to current and prospective recipients of small ATE awards—or anyone tasked with producing a meaningful and useful evaluation for a small-scale project. We’ll discuss how to design an evaluation that will generate the evidence needed to support claims of project success and set the stage for larger-scale projects in the future.
Recording: Maximizing Evaluation Impact & Minimizing Evaluation
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