My BI Project Plan Summary
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The takeaway message of my BI plan is...
My science is relevant to this audience because...
What are the research/science questions in your proposal?
What elements of the scientific questions do you want to highlight in your BI project?
Why does this information matter to your audience?
What are the potential benefits of sharing this information with your audience?
Who is your target audience?
What relevant needs are you meeting for this audience?
We have collected some references for each of your targeted audiences that you can consider using in your project proposal. Please click on each link for more.
To see suggested literature connections, select an audience on the Target Audiences page.
Who are your project partner(s)?
How will they support your BI plan?
How will you collaborate?
How will the partnership operate?
What commitments am I making on behalf of myself vs. my institution?
What resources will we need for the BI project?
What is the rationale for doing it this way? What literature is there to support your approach? (refer to the literature section above for more)
What resources will you put into the BI budget to support your partnerships and activities?
What time/effort are you and your partners willing to invest?
What is the existing human capacity, financial investment, and technological investment within your group or on campus?
Who will you collaborate with to perform the evaluation?
What activities in your BI plan can be evaluated?
How will you measure the BI plan activities?