Step 4 - How will you know you've done it?

Congratulations! You made it through the BI Wizard. Now it is time to start writing your BI Plan proposal.

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Things to think about next...
  1. What do you think that your audience will be able to do/say/feel, etc. as a result of this activity?
  2. What, if any, products will come out of this activity?
  3. What are the long-term outcomes of this activity? How will it impact your audience in the future?

What should I do next?

Now that you have gone through the wizard and collected your notes, you're ready to start writing your Broader Impact project plan into your proposal.

Here are your next steps:

  1. Review the key questions below, and the details for each on the Checklist page to make sure you will think through all of the key elements of an effective BI plan.
  2. Grab all of your notes from this Wizard from the Summary page.
  3. Write your plan into your proposal, and work with your partners to finalize your plans.
  4. Come back and use the Checklist to make sure you've included all of the appropriate elements.
  5. Submit your proposal!

BI Plan Key Questions

Take a moment to re-read your BI Plan and ask yourself these important questions:

  1. Does the BI project address one/more of the target outcomes for BI activities outlined by NSF?
  2. What is the potential for the proposed activity to benefit society and contribute to achievement of specific desired societal outcomes?
  3. To what extent do the proposed activities suggest and explore creative, original, or potentially transformative concepts?
  4. Is the plan for carrying out the proposed activities well-reasoned, well organized, and based on a sound rationale? Does the plan incorporate a mechanism to assess success?
  5. How well qualified is the individual, team, or institution to conduct the proposed activities?

Good Luck!

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