Lori A. Wingate, Ph.D.


Assistant Director
The Evaluation Center
Western Michigan University
Email: lori.wingate@wmich.edu
Phone: 269-387-5895
Vita (PDF)
I am principal investigator for EvaluATE, the National Science Foundation-funded evaluation resource center for advanced technological education. EvaluATE’s mission is to promote the goals of the Advanced Technological Education program by partnering with ATE projects and centers to strengthen the program’s evaluation knowledge base, expand the use of exemplary evaluation practices, and support the continuous improvement of technician education throughout the nation. www.evalu-ate.org
Recent Publications
Kapp, K., & Wingate, L. (2012). Designing, marketing and delivering an effective webinar: Guidelines based on research and practice. Journal of Applied Learning Technology, 2(3).

Wingate, L.A. (2010). Metaevaluation: Purpose, prescription, and practice. In E. Bader, P. Peterson, & B. McGraw (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of Education (3rd ed.). San Diego: Elsevier.
Recent Presentations
Wingate, L. (May, 2013). Translating Evaluation Findings into Action. CDC University Workshop, Atlanta, GA. Slides
 Evaluating Transportation Training Programs Wingate, L. (2012, October). Evaluating transportation training programs: Measuring reaction, Learning, behavior, and results.Workshop at the annual National Transportation Training Directors Conference, Seattle, WA. Slides and handout.
Wingate, L. (2011, November). Evaluation expectations expressed in National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education program solicitations: An analysis of changes in de facto evaluation policy since 1993. Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Anaheim, CA.
Bailey, T., Kapp, K., Morrill, J., Saflund, P., Sener, J., Wingate, L., & Zamani-Gallaher, E. (2011, October). ATE evaluation challenges and solutions: A peer-to-peer dialogue. Preconference workshop given at the annual conference of Advanced Technological Education Principal Investigators, Washington, DC.
Selected Webinars
Click on the titles below to access the recordings, handouts, and slides
  ATE evaluation 101. September 2012
  Build a better ATE proposal with evaluation and logic models. August 2012
Claims + evidence: Assessing ATE grant outcomes. March 2011.
Getting started with your ATE evaluation. November 2010.
Maximizing evaluation impact. May 2010.
Evaluation tools: Logic models, success indicators and performance standards. January 2010.

 

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