The JERRI IHS team has implemented a process for monitoring and evaluating the different steps of the JERRI project in order to assess the suitability and success of JERRI activities and to provide continuous formative feedback to improve the quality of the JERRI processes and the significance of their outcomes.
the purposes of the evaluation, a multi-method approach was chosen. A mixture
of quantitative and qualitative methods is used in order to assess the project
in terms of process and content.
The monnitoring includes:
Results show that TNO and Fraunhofer made great efforts and could follow up on earlier results and goals: they included the conceptual framework (which was developed in an earlier phase of the project) in their actual works, assessed organisational barriers and enablers for the institutionalisation of RRI, developed transformative action plans which are taking into account organisational characteristics and started to pursue the goals and implement the pilot activities which they formulated in the first phase of JERRI.
Based on the evaluation, the following recommendations for future work processes were made.
Read more about the monitoring concept in Deliverable 8.1: Monitoring and Evaluation concept.
The findings for the first phase of JERRI activities and subsequent recommendations can be found in
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 709747.