Quality assessment

Quality assessment

Tasks

– Controlling the quality of activates and works.
– Evaluating courses (by students and alumni).
– Evaluating iMSEP (by partners and stakeholders).
– Overall evaluation of the quality of the project (by an international evaluator).

Description

Quality control group (QCG) takes responsibility of all project activities, processes, deadlines, outputs, etc. continuously. Three meetings per year will be held together with other meeting events. No extra travel cost and no extra working days cost is hence required. It should be noted that a part of the management responsibilities of the project coordinator and reginal coordinator (LU and UrSU) is relevant to the quality control of processes and activities.
Beside QCG and the coordinators, responsible person of participant and partner universities control activities and work quality at their universities. Their quality control time will be paid by co-financing.
The course materials will be submitted to the pilot students, both in the region and in European countries, to evaluate the courses and give feedback. Pilot students will be selected by each partner/participant university from current master students and/or alumni. The pilot students, selected by considering gender balance, will be under sub-contracting to test and develop the courses; give comments, discuss academic content, relevance, technology and pedagogics. The consortium will select 4 students per course. The pilot students/alumni will study the courses between 15 January 2019 and 15 February 2019.

Related assumptions and risks

– Students are the main users of the courses, so they need to be satisfied with them.
– Both European and Central Asian students are the users of the developed courses.
– Alumni students are good resources for evaluating the developed courses, since they are aware of the general concepts and can provide useful feedback.
– University partners know about iMSEP requirements. So they can evaluate iMSEP from functional and technical perspectives.
– Stakeholders are the main users of iMSEP. They need to be satisfied with it.
– Overall outcomes/outputs of the project need to be evaluated by an external international evaluator.
Risks might be followings:
– Poor language skills of pilot students.
– Poor language skills of stakeholders to evaluate iMSEP.

Tasks

– Controlling the quality of activates and works.
– Evaluating courses (by students and alumni).
– Evaluating iMSEP (by partners and stakeholders).
– Overall evaluation of the quality of the project (by an international evaluator).

Description

Quality control group (QCG) takes responsibility of all project activities, processes, deadlines, outputs, etc. continuously. Three meetings per year will be held together with other meeting events. No extra travel cost and no extra working days cost is hence required. It should be noted that a part of the management responsibilities of the project coordinator and reginal coordinator (LU and UrSU) is relevant to the quality control of processes and activities.
Beside QCG and the coordinators, responsible person of participant and partner universities control activities and work quality at their universities. Their quality control time will be paid by co-financing.
The course materials will be submitted to the pilot students, both in the region and in European countries, to evaluate the courses and give feedback. Pilot students will be selected by each partner/participant university from current master students and/or alumni. The pilot students, selected by considering gender balance, will be under sub-contracting to test and develop the courses; give comments, discuss academic content, relevance, technology and pedagogics. The consortium will select 4 students per course. The pilot students/alumni will study the courses between 15 January 2019 and 15 February 2019.

Related assumptions and risks

– Students are the main users of the courses, so they need to be satisfied with them.
– Both European and Central Asian students are the users of the developed courses.
– Alumni students are good resources for evaluating the developed courses, since they are aware of the general concepts and can provide useful feedback.
– University partners know about iMSEP requirements. So they can evaluate iMSEP from functional and technical perspectives.
– Stakeholders are the main users of iMSEP. They need to be satisfied with it.
– Overall outcomes/outputs of the project need to be evaluated by an external international evaluator.
Risks might be followings:
– Poor language skills of pilot students.
– Poor language skills of stakeholders to evaluate iMSEP.

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