Evaluation of the “NaT-Working“ programme (EVANAT)
NaT-Working is a network founded and supported by the Robert Bosch Foundation. It seeks to raise awareness of natural sciences and technology by arranging and cultivating partnerships between scientists, teachers and students. Funds for new cooperation programmes have been stopped since 2008. The aim of the Robert Bosch Foundation has shifted from the initiation of cooperating projects to maintaining and intensifying the many existing NaT-Working programmes in the long term. Moreover, the Foundation focuses on intensifiying the partnerships that already exist, and to find out more about the results of the programmes (outcomes, experiences).
The evaluation of the NaT-Working programme conducted by ZIRIUS includes surveys with former participants of the various programmes and participating organisations and interviews with members of the advisory committee, scientists, teachers and staff of the Robert Bosch Foundation. In addition to this 150 programme files were evaluated (e.g. newspaper and magazine articles, final reports), using documentary research.
||Robert Bosch Foundation |
||October 2011 - March 2013|
||Sylvia Hiller (project manager)|
||Sylvia Hiller |