My BI Project Plan Summary

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Project Goals

The takeaway message of my BI plan is...

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My science is relevant to this audience because...

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What are the research/science questions in your proposal?

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What elements of the scientific questions do you want to highlight in your BI project?

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Why does this information matter to your audience?

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What are the potential benefits of sharing this information with your audience?

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Target Audience

Who is your target audience?

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What relevant needs are you meeting for this audience?

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Literature Connections
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.

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Partners

Who are your project partner(s)?

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How will they support your BI plan?

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How will you collaborate?

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How will the partnership operate?

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What commitments am I making on behalf of myself vs. my institution?

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Budgeting

What resources will we need for the BI project?

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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)

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What resources will you put into the BI budget to support your partnerships and activities?

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What time/effort are you and your partners willing to invest?

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What is the existing human capacity, financial investment, and technological investment within your group or on campus?

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Evaluation

Who will you collaborate with to perform the evaluation?

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What activities in your BI plan can be evaluated?

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How will you measure the BI plan activities?

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