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Evaluation Repository

A prototype repository is currently being populated with a range of resources that include:

  • introductory resources to evaluation planning, STEM evaluation, and CS evaluation
  • reports and deliverables
  • evaluation tools (instruments, measures, scales, protocols)
  • other existing repositories and databases relevant to STEM education evaluation
  • existing communities, professional groups, or mailing lists for evaluators.

Below, we provide access to the current collection of tools, as well as an opportunity for you to submit a resource that would be useful to other STEM education evaluators.

View the Repository Collection

Our repository aims to consolidate new knowledge from STEM and CS evaluation practitioners, while also identifying and linking to existing repositories to avoid duplication of effort. We hope this crowdsourced and curated collection of resources will increase access to and awareness of relevant evaluation resources.

The current repository dataset can be explored below, or you can access it directly as a downloadable spreadsheet by clicking this link. From there, you can explore the resources in your web browser, or click “File > Download” to make your own copy of the current dataset. New resources are added to the sheet when contributed via our “Enter a Resource” form at the bottom of this page.

Enter a Resource

If you would like to add an item to the repository, please provide information on your resource. The entry form is embedded below. We welcome resources that you or your organization have created, or resources that you've used and would like to recommend.  Please feel free to share this page with your colleagues and networks, so we can build a strong foundation of useful resources.


Once resources are entered, they are reviewed by a member of our collaboration and are posted to the repository as soon as possible. Having problems? Have questions? Please contact Ann Martin.

Contact us

For information about ORAU’s involvement with the STEM Evaluation Repository, contact Ann Martin at 607.296.5698 or