Join Karl Kapp for an in-depth discussion in this video Dissemination plan, part of Grant Writing for Education.
- If you do something successful,…wouldn't you want others to know about it?…If you made some mistakes along the way,…wouldn't you want to help others avoid those mistakes?…If you knew some information or ideas…that could help others,…wouldn't you want to share that information?…The goal is the dissemination plan…is to share the results of your work with others…so that your successes can be duplicated,…and that your lessons learned can be used…to further the field of education.…Think of dissemination of the marketing of your results.…
An example of a description of a dissemination plan…is contained in the Exercise Files.…The plan is short but remember,…when writing a grant you may not have space…for outlining an elaborate dissemination plan.…It needs to be short and to the point.…Of course, your actual plan once you win the grant…will be longer and more involved.…But as with most grant sections, space is at a premium.…Many but not all funding agencies have a requirement…that the results of grant-funded research and work…
- Finding a private or governmental funding agency
- Locating collaborators
- Understanding an RFP
- Dissecting the anatomy of a grant proposal: front matter to appendices
- Avoiding common grant-writing mistakes
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Before You Start Writing
2. Understanding the Request for Proposal (RFP)/Solicitation
Parts of the RFP6m 22s
3. Anatomy of a Grant Proposal
4. Common Mistakes
Next steps1m 34s
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