The methodological procedure has been verified and explained so that similar networks or other institutions can apply the most effective methods.

Learning by differences

The process of data collection is based on a benchmarking system where each partner identifies problem areas in their services and approaches and improves them. We intend to measure the impact factor (the main indicator will be the number of students who are involved) and the cost effectiveness of all applied measures.

Bottom-up support during the process

The involvement of students with disability in several phases of the project will warrant the continuous evaluation of the project by target groups and it will improve the dissemination and exploitation activity. We intend to involve at least 50 students in each partner country.

Good practice based training

The section devoted to dissemination will be supported by evidence collected during the previous phases and by good practices rather than paradigms and theories. The project’s dissemination will draw on teachers’ and students’ feedback.

Multidimensional evaluation system

The self-evaluation system will be based on different axis, in order to measure the provided, expected and perceived quality. The main axis will be:

  1. Environmental quality: In how far can the overall system of all participating services been improved?
  2. Relational quality: Which impact do the services have on relationships and the quality of life?
  3. Technical quality: Which intrinsic quality do the adopted methodologies and tools have?
  4. Social quality: In how far can the permanent practices be improved? In how far can policies at several levels be influenced?
  5. 5. Management quality: Which strategies contribute to a cost-effective system, good communication, and replicable actions?