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Tools fOr Impact³ - Development of web-based evaluation-tools fostering impact-oriented project-consortia for ERASMUS+
TOI TOI TOI
Head:   Univ.-Prof. Dr. phil. habil. Monika Kil
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The name TOI TOI TOI is intended as an homage to the former Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation projects (LdV-TOI), which are in the focus of the project ´s activities. The project aims to develop online evaluation tools which are relevant for a pro-active rise of the impact of EU-projects through a meta-evaluation of already completed projects. These evaluation-tools will help project-coordinators in preparing projects and structuring consortia, to ensure maximum impact. The development of the TOI TOI TOI evaluation-tools is based on two comprehensive scientific analysis-steps: The first step is to analyse all completed Leonardo da Vinci transfer-projects in the partner-countries using cluster evaluation. The second step is the construction and development of qualitative interviews with coordinators and stakeholders, based on the results of the cluster-evaluation. With the combination of these two steps, concrete impact-rising criteria on both partner- and consortial-level can be deduced. These aspects will be used for developing the evaluation-tools which will be elaborately tested and then will be available online to download for free.


The project-coordination will be done by the Department for Continuing Education Research and Educational Management at the Danube-University Krems (DUK) in Austria. Furthermore the Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training (F-BB) from Nuremberg in Germany, Széchenyi István University (SZE) from Györ in Hungary and Goce Delčev University (GDU) from Štip in Macedonia will act as development-partners. Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI) from Porto in Portugal is a worldwide acting company which will be the dissemination-partner and will be responsible for the development of all dissemination-materials and activities in this field. Brainplus, Austria will support the consortium in quality-assurance and quality management.

 

 

 

more information see www.toitoitoi.eu

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