My BI Project Plan
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The takeaway message of my BI plan is...
My science is relevant to this audience because...
Scientific questions in my proposal
The elements of the scientific questions I want to highlight in my BI project
Why does this information matter to my target audience
The potential benefits of sharing this information with my target audience
Relevant needs for this audience
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My Project Partner(s)
How they will support the BI plan
How we will collaborate
How the partnership will operate
Commitments am I making on behalf of myself vs. my institution
Resources we need for the BI project
Rationale for doing it this way, and literature connections (refer to the literature section for more)
Resources I will put into the BI budget to support partnerships and activities
The time/effort my partners and I are willing to invest
Existing human capacity, financial investment, and technological investment within my group or on campus
Collaborator who will perform project evaluation
Activities in my BI plan that can be evaluated
How we will measure the BI plan activities