The scope of the report is to create the appropriate framework and assess the INFUSSE learning process as well as the participants’ perception and performance by:
•Defining the methodology, the evaluation tools, the relevant metrics, indices and KPIs to reflect, analyze, and improve the virtual INFUSSE learning process effectiveness and efficiency.
•Monitoring the satisfaction level of participants (Both educators and learners will be considered.)
•Assessing the impact of the provided programme in terms of credibility, reputation and adding to existing knowledge in the field in through validated academic methodologies and tools.
The objective of PR5 is to define the methodology, the evaluation tools, the relevant metrics, indices and KPIs to:
(a) reflect, analyze, and improve the virtual INFUSSE learning process effectiveness and efficiency. (b) develop an understanding of whether the INFUSSE programme it has achieved its stated objectives (c) evaluate the perception and the performance of the INFUSSE virtual programme key targets (both educators and learners) as well as other organisations (intermediaries, incubators, individuals etc.) engaged in all facilitated programmes and pilots (PR6, PR7, PR8) and utilize the outcome to significantly improve the outcome of future training as well.
A mix of instruments—surveys, focus groups, interviews, observations, and questionnaires— customized to each different type of user, were deployed during the delivery of the INFUSSE project outputs, in order to capture and analyze data from as many different angles as possible to triangulate the data most effectively.
Then, the partnership will proceed to data analysis, using a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods, with the ambition of capturing the differences in terms of perception according to typologies of users, geographic regions, status of ideas and/or types of collaborations established.