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Research + program evaluation methods can be a powerful tool to be able to effectively implement and continually improve an initiative.
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Our Summer 2021 e-newsletter addresses key methods that play vital roles in reaching project success. For information related to evaluation planning for grant proposals, the impact of collaborative relationships on project innovations, and the applications of Social Network Analysis, please click “View Now”.
This e-newsletter highlights resources that provide solutions to common issues such as annual reporting anxiety and provide tips to assuage discomforting feelings towards annual reporting, in addition to introducing a framework developed by Purdue University’s Dr. Magesh Chandramouli, Ph.D. to transform manufacturing education to a remote space.
2020 was a year filled with the unexpected. Now that it is 2021, our wish is that 2021 becomes the dawn after the storm and that this year will be brighter and better than the last one.
While we cannot do much about the unfamiliar context of the COVID-19 Pandemic we are operating in, we can support the otherwise familiar tasks. Given the breadth of funding opportunities, in this newsletter, we are featuring resources that are relevant to the development of innovations.
Our 2020 Summer Newsletter was designed to help you determine your “next” as you continue to navigate an unusual climate. We examine “pivoting” best practices from Columbus State Community College on conducting a Virtual Career Fair and other information to navigate these evolving times.
The 2020 Spring Newsletter provides insight to finding new rhythms through the COVID-19 pandemic. As you adopt these new rhythms, use this resource to realize the value of evaluation during these unprecedented circumstances, identify funding opportunities, and access resources.
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