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  1. External evaluation Dimitris Bibikas South East European Research Centre (SEERC) SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  2. Presentation outline What Evaluation is about? What do we have to do? How we will do it? SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  3. What Evaluation is about? SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  4. What Evaluation is about? Part of WP4: Quality control and Monitoring. Task 4.2: External Quality Control Parallel activity with Task 4.1: Project Progress Monitoring. Runs almost throughout the project. SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  5. What Evaluation is about? The external evaluator will undertake the external evaluation of the project, cooperating with the project’s coordinator (ATEI of Thessaloniki) and the other beneficiaries of the project. The external evaluator will assess the relationship between: the initially stated aims and objectives with the achieved results (relevance). the effort and money required to deliver these results (efficiency). the planned impact indicators with the level of their successful achievement (effectiveness). SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  6. What do we have to do? SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  7. What do we have to do? Evaluation methodology: A detailed Evaluation and Impact Assessment methodology shortly after the project starts. Interim evaluation report: A report approximately at the halfway point of the project. Final Evaluation report: A report summarising the final achievements by the end of the project. SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  8. How we will do it? SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  9. How we will do it? Evaluation strategy 1. Rationale 6. Impact 5. Outcomes External Environment 4. Outputs 3. Inputs Internal Environment / Project 2. Objectives SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  10. How we will do it? Evaluation model External Environment Impact Need Outcomes Internal Environment Objectives Activities Deliverables Resources Evaluation Relevance Effectiveness Efficiency Value/Sustainability SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  11. How we will do it? Overall process: On-going interaction. ~ every 3 months the evaluator will run the above circular process to create/update findings. All of the proposal’s ‘live’ Impact Indicators will be monitored and assessed (e.g. teachers trained, students enrolled in new programmes, country visits, courses developed, etc.). Interaction between Evaluator and Project Partners Evaluation Framework Data collection and processing Data analysis and interpretation Informing coordinator and partners Interaction between Evaluator and Project Partners SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  12. Evaluation plan SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  13. Evaluation plan SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  14. Evaluation plan SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  15. Evaluation plan Evaluation plan SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  16. How we will do it? Data Requirements: Deliverables Management Reports Online questionnaires (prepared by SEERC) for indicators: 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 during the D1.2 (Workshop on various aspects of practice-based education, knowledge transfer from science to industry, startup projects, etc) 3.1 during D2.3 (Intensive trainings followed by workshop of Partner Country Universities admin and teaching staff in the field of integration of business and entrepreneurship in the life sciences curriculum) 3.5 during D2.6 (Workshop and discussion of elaborated Joint degree schemes) 4.2 during D3.5 (Development of students start up projects implementation plan between Armenian and EU universities) SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College

  17. Thank You Dimitris Bibikas South East European Research Centre (SEERC) SEERC – A Research Centre of the University of Sheffield and CITY College