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Bern University of Applied Sciences
GLAM-Wiki Evaluation Workshop
Beat Estermann, 8 August 2014
Wikimania 2014, London
▶ B...
Bern University of Applied Sciences
▶ Get an overview of different approaches towards
evaluating GLAM-Wiki cooperation
(in...
Bern University of Applied Sciences
 Why evaluation?
• For accountability purposes
• As a decision making tool
(project/p...
Bern University of Applied Sciences
 What is being evaluated?
• A project
• A programme
• A thematic aspect cutting acros...
Bern University of Applied Sciences
 When is the evaluation taking place?
Five questions…
before the start of the
project...
Bern University of Applied Sciences
 What is the value judgement about?
Five questions…
Needs
Challenges
Goals Resources ...
Bern University of Applied Sciences
 Who is making the value judgement?
• programme managers, as the evaluation is part o...
Bern University of Applied Sciences
Phase Problem owner(s) Rest of the group
1 Define a clear problem
statement
2 Answer q...
Bern University of Applied Sciences
▶ Contact details:
• Beat Estermann
E-mail: beat.estermann@bfh.ch
Phone: +41 31 848 34...
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  1. 1. Bern University of Applied Sciences GLAM-Wiki Evaluation Workshop Beat Estermann, 8 August 2014 Wikimania 2014, London ▶ Bern University of Applied Sciences, E-Government Institute British Museum (London), Wikimedia Commons, M.chohan, public domain This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License.
  2. 2. Bern University of Applied Sciences ▶ Get an overview of different approaches towards evaluating GLAM-Wiki cooperation (input presentations) ▶ Discuss the strengths and shortcomings of the various approaches (input presentations + plenary discussion) ▶ Tackle pressing challenges (workshop) Goals of the session
  3. 3. Bern University of Applied Sciences  Why evaluation? • For accountability purposes • As a decision making tool (project/programme design, funding decisions, etc.) • To promote (inter-)organizational learning Five questions to ask in order to characterize evaluative approaches
  4. 4. Bern University of Applied Sciences  What is being evaluated? • A project • A programme • A thematic aspect cutting across programmes Five questions…
  5. 5. Bern University of Applied Sciences  When is the evaluation taking place? Five questions… before the start of the project / programme after the end of the project / programme at a point during the project / programme at several points during the project / programme
  6. 6. Bern University of Applied Sciences  What is the value judgement about? Five questions… Needs Challenges Goals Resources Outputs Context / Background Project / Programme Evaluation Outcomes Impact Relevance Usefulness Effectiveness Efficiency Based on European Commission, DG XVI/G2: Collection MEANS, Evaluer les programmes socio-économiques, 1998.
  7. 7. Bern University of Applied Sciences  Who is making the value judgement? • programme managers, as the evaluation is part of programme management (focus: value for money) • a multi-stakeholder evaluation board involving the various stakeholders concerned by the activity that is to be evaluated (focus: collective problem solving) • a board composed of people elected by their constituency/ies (focus: democratic legitimacy) Five questions…
  8. 8. Bern University of Applied Sciences Phase Problem owner(s) Rest of the group 1 Define a clear problem statement 2 Answer questions Ask «open» questions in order to reach a better understanding of the problem 3 (Take notes in view of phase 4) Present their interpretation of the problem situation. Suggest solutions (taking turns)  Documentation on flip chart 4 In the plenary: Give a short feedback which proposed interpretations / solutions they deem most useful Group Workshops
  9. 9. Bern University of Applied Sciences ▶ Contact details: • Beat Estermann E-mail: beat.estermann@bfh.ch Phone: +41 31 848 34 38 ▶ OpenGLAM: • http://openglam.org Thank you for your attention!
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