Impact Levels


... refers to the impact a project can achieve within academia beyond the project consortium, especially in terms of its wider impact on the scientific community:


  • Researcher training
  • Teaching and training of target groups
  • Workshops


... refers to all economic implications a project can have and the changes it can induce in terms of:


  • Economic innovations
  • Market opportunities, marketing strategies
  • Strengthening of competitiveness
  • Growth, jobs, budget savings
  • Customer / user / target group acceptance


... refers to the changes a project can achieve within the European societies (and beyond) by applying its
findings and relating it to societal needs:

  • Social innovations
  • Quality of life / health / active ageing
  • Public services
  • Public engagement
  • Understanding, education


... refers to the implications a project might have on political processes by directly targeting policy stakeholders and using different means to reach politicians on different levels:


  • Policy changes
  • Policy briefs
  • Policy workshops
  • Support of EU-policies


... refers to all the cultural impacts a project might implicate:


  • Creative activity
  • Cultural education
  • European citizenship
  • European cultural space

Variety of employed methods

Mixed methods approach

  • Surveys (online and onsite)
  • Stakeholder workshops
  • Focus groups
  • Psychometric assessment tools
  • User experience
  • User acceptance
  • Indirect measurement