Ordner Project development, implementation and evaluation

Project development, implementation and evaluation

This category holds documents related to initiating, planning, management, monitoring and completion of projects.

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pdf Evaluate Europe - A Project Manager's Guide to Evaluation

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Evaluate_Europe_Volume1.pdf

This handbook has been written primarily for managers and other professionals responsible for the development and execution of projects funded by the European Commission. (EC) However, much of the content will be relevant to project managers in general and where there are references to EC specific issues, this is made explicit. The key purpose of the handbook is to be a practical ‘manual’ for managers and an entry-level guide for evaluation practitioners rather than a textbook to be read from the beginning to end. For that reason it has been designed around stand-alone sections so that users can dip into relevant topics.

pdf Handbook for Dissemination, Exploitation and Sustainability of Educational Projects

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DiVa Handbook _ FINAL.pdf

The DiVa Handbook provides guidelines and practical examples of how to reach good dissemination, exploitation
and sustainability results of educational projects.
 
A major difficulty the promoters and coordinators of educational projects at European level are facing relates to the design and implementation of an effective valorisation strategy, able to adequately promote projects and their products and assure their sustainability. They do not feel sufficiently confident in this key activity. It is not yet available a platform for getting advice and exchanging information in a simple way, with strategies that have already proven their worth in the past, what would be very useful.
 
The difficulties often start out with the understanding of the specific terminology used in the European context and its purpose. The coordinators of European projects, regarding these matters, have learned as they execute their plans in a predominantly casuistic and commonly isolated way. The learning done with their experience is not shared, or is in a very limited way. Also, the factors on what the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and the National Agencies (NAs) consider successful should also be more visible and clearly established, although they should probably be re-thought and based on more qualitative rather than quantitative factors.
 
The current DiVa Handbook is intended to be a useful and handy tool to face these difficulties.