Training course for R&D evaluators

October 29, 2004

Brussels, 28 Oct 2004

The University of Twente is organising a four day training course for research and development (R&D) evaluators and government officials, to be held in Enschede, the Netherlands on 1 and 2 December.

The course will offer lectures by experts in R&D evaluation, study of case materials and international exchange of experiences. The aim is to provide:
- an introduction and overview of R&D evaluation;
- in-depth discussion of key issues and methods;
- systematic approaches to the design of R&D evaluation;
- insight into the use of R&D evaluation as a strategic policy tool.

For more information, please contact:
Mrs Marjatta Kemppainen:
E-mail: u.m.kemppainen@utwente.nl
Tel: +31 53 489 48 47

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