Cover: Evaluatiemethodologie voor het Learning-by-Doing-traject van DTO, Hoofdrapport [Evaluation Methodology for the Learning by Doing Process of DTO: Main Report]

Evaluatiemethodologie voor het Learning-by-Doing-traject van DTO, Hoofdrapport [Evaluation Methodology for the Learning by Doing Process of DTO: Main Report]

Published 1999

by Janneke Vader, Odette van de Riet, James P. Kahan

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This study was conducted for the Interdepartementaal Onderzoeksprogramma Duurzame Technologische Ontwikkeling: Kennisoverdrachts- en Verankeringsprogramma (DTO-KOV) [Interdepartmental Researchprogram Sustainable Technological Development: Delegation of Knowledge- and Anchorage Program]. The study contains an evaluation methodology for DTOs Learning-By-Doing Projects (LBD). An evaluation methodology will allow the identification of success and failure factors in the LBD projects. Central to the study has been the development of a set of questionnaires and checklists.

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