Maatschappelijke impact evaluatie

Concepten, voorbeelden, rough guide

Impact evaluatie kan EUR medewerkers helpen hun impact en leren rondom impact te tonen, beschrijven en delen. Als onderdeel van het 'Fostering societal impact' strategie thema, werkt het Evaluating Societal Impact (ESI) project voor en met de EUR community aan het ontwikkelen van methoden om de maatschappelijke impact van EUR onderzoek en onderwijs te evalueren. ESI leert zelf al doende. We nemen tijd om te reflecteren en de koers aan te passen als dat nodig is. We willen EUR medewerkers helpen om hetzelfde te doen.

Deze website is een levend document waar het ESI project hoogwaardige informatie deelt om EUR medewerkers te helpen maatschappelijke impact evaluatie onderdeel te maken van hun activiteiten. In het dropdown menu onderaan deze pagina is algemene Engelstalige informatie te vinden over het ESI project. Daarnaast zijn er twee aparte secties (alleen beschikbaar in het Engels) over 'impact evaluation' en de 'impact evaluation toolbox'. 

Als je graag meer informatie zou willen hebben, neem dan contact met ons op.

Impact in Sight - Arwin van Buuren

Bianca Langhout

Project manager ESI en Erkennen&waarderen
Focus: strategische planning, overkoepelende coordinatie, netwerken, ingebed bij Strategy Office and HR
bianca.langhout@eur.nl

Arwin van Buuren

Academic lead ESI and Impact at the core
Full professor of Public Administration

Focus: design-based research, impact methodologies, co-creation, collaborative innovation and governance
vanbuuren@essb.eur.nl

Tung Tung Chan

Research intelligence advisor
Focus: strategic advice, SDG, research intelligence/ responsible metrics, works at Erasmus Research Services (ERS)
chan@eur.nl

Lisa Burghardt

Junior researcher and project officer

Focus: research impact, communication & events, embedded at Strategy Office

lisa.burghardt@eur.nl

ESI aims to design and implement a broadly supported framework (methods, tools, templates et cetera) of evaluating societal impact that is consistent with the identity of Erasmus University. Our work covers the following areas:

Area

ESI contribution

Impact evaluation and activities

  • Develop overview of different types of impact activities
  • Develop conceptual frameworks for impact evaluation
  • Develop impact indicators
  • Develop tools for impact tracking and monitoring
  • Develop templates for impact reporting
  • Draft Annual Impact Report

Impact ambition and -strategy

  • Templates and building blocks for strategy formation
  • Facilitate knowledge sharing and learning
  • Provide advice and peer review

Impact environment and capacity

  • Share knowledge about impact evaluation
  • Provide advice and peer review

 

  • Tools and resources: in our toolbox we provide a selection of relevant methods and guides to get started with impact evaluation and ways to set your projects up for impact from the start.
  • Case Studies: To make use of and test out various impact evaluation methods, ESI researchers have conducted multiple case studies across different faculties. Read how we made use of evaluation methods, how we set up these assessments and what we learned from using them in practice. The case studies can be found at the bottom of the corresponding method that was used.
  • Advice and peer review: We can provide advice and peer review on societal impact evaluation.  In the past we have hosted workshops on formulating an impact strategy and theory of change. We also peer reviewed the formulation of impact narratives for SEP. For further information, please contact us.

Impact Dialogues: a conversation about societal impact

To work with an embedded and positive impact culture as EUR community, we need to develop a shared understanding of what societal impact entails that pays tribute to the diversity within the EUR. You are invited to join a series of dialogue sessions where you can connect to colleagues and share insights about creating societal impact in your daily work.

Living labs can really reduce the gap between science and society

Neem contact met ons op!

E-mailadres: evaluatingsocietalimpact@eur.nl

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