Evaluation Step-By-Step: How to Assess Project Impacts

How do I know that my project is successful? Evaluations offer a way of analyzing information about a project’s activities, characteristics, and outcomes in a structured manner. In this course, the steps of an evaluation are illustrated based on Citizen Science examples and are translated by the participants directly to their own projects. Through the step-by-step application of the evaluation methodology, questions and ambiguities can be addressed directly in the course. 

Learning objectives  Participants
  • know the basics of planning and implementing evaluations
  • have a repertoire of different approaches and (participatory) methods that can be used in evaluations
  • develop first parts of an evaluation concept themselves
  • know the most important standards to be observed when planning and implementing evaluation

Instructors

Dr. Annette Jenny, ZHAW

Target participants

The course invites participants from all disciplines and fields of work: 

  • PhD students and post-docs already involved in a participatory research process, who will be and/or who want to learn more about Citizen Science and participatory research processes
  • Project leaders (citizens and researchers) of Citizen Science projects or participatory research projects
Language English
Duration 4 hours
Dates

Thu, 2.2.2023, 13.30 - 17.30

Registration Register by January 23: please click here
Attendance of the basis module is a prerequisite for attending the advanced modules
Locations University of Zurich, RAA-E-30, Rämistrasse 59, 8006 Zürich

ECTS

1 ECTS credit for visiting the basis module and 3 advanced modules or more

Course fee 50.- CHF
Participation for PhD students is free of charge

Contact

pwa@citizensciencecenter.uzh.ch