Reporting and Use


The ATE program has requirements about where and how to report your evaluation results and other project data. Beyond meeting reporting requirements, an effective evaluation will support continuous project improvement, future project planning, and informing stakeholders about your progress and accomplishments. These resources will help you make the most of your evaluation results.


EvaluATE’s checklists, templates, and worksheets are designed to help you apply recommended evaluation practices to your project.

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These are recordings of our live 60-to 90-minute webinars.

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Authors from the ATE and evaluation communities to share their insights, lessons learned, and ideas about evaluation.

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Articles from our quarterly newsletter offer concise guidance of specific topics, often with links to additional helpful resources.

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Additional articles can be found in our Spring 2015 newsletter.

Additional Resources

DIY Video Production for Evaluators

Demonstration: Using Multiple Sources and Levels of Data

All Resources