Evaluating the scientific and socioeconomic impact of research activities is becoming increasingly important for securing future funding. This challenge is complicated by the fact that research projects can cover many different types of activities in many different geographical locations, targeted at different audiences.
This workshop looks at how to develop an evaluation framework for your project or activity. Participants will be given an introduction to evaluation and an overview of logic models and their use in evaluation. As a practical example, the session will orient participants to the way the OECD Reference Framework for Assessing the Scientific and Socio-economic Impact of Research Infrastructures has informed the evaluation of the Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure project.The second part of the workshop will be dedicated to supporting participants in starting to map out approaches to assessing their own projects, including and going beyond scientific impacts of activity.
You can pre-register for the session here (not essential), especially if you would like to take part in our evaluation “surgery” at the end of the session where we can discuss projects you may want to evaluate.
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