While long-form evaluation reports are the main way information about evaluations is communicated, they are largely underutilized. Barriers to report use most often relate to user-friendliness—the degree to which they are easy-to-navigate, easy-to-understand, and provide information that readers can use. In this webinar, participants will see first-hand what user-friendly evaluation reports look like and learn strategies for creating readable, meaningful, and useful reports. Participants will also be introduced to the Checklist for User-Friendly Evaluation Reports. Evaluators can use this checklist as a guide to developing reports, and project leaders can use it to communicate their needs and preferences for reports to their evaluators.