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Welcome to the Reporting Wiki
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Reporting guidelines

The Reporting Wiki is a web-based, collaborative project developed and supported by the Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development & Innovation Funding from Romania. As the name indicates, a wiki technology for developing collaborative websites is being used, allowing registered members to work together and develop texts that are to be included in evaluation reports. The Reporting Wiki employs an open editing model where every text may be created or edited by any registered user, and changes to an existing text become instantly available without review.

The Reporting Wiki allows for transparency during the evaluation process. Non-members who are stakeholders of university evaluation (university managers, academics, students) may observe the report as it is developed. Consequently, the may send feed-back to actors involved in evaluation, thus influencing the way in which an evaluation report is being developed. The reporting process moves away from the linear evolution, becoming a backward-forward motion gradually integrating knowledge.

Complete reporting projects

Before initiating your own reporting project on EiWiki, it might be wise to take a pick at the reports developed by others before you. Here is a list of complete reporting projects.

Active reporting projects

An EiWiki Evaluation Project is a place for a group of registered members to cooperate on developing an evaluation report. Once they decide that they are going to use EiWiki to develop an evaluation report, a base page for the reporting project is created. The discussion pages attached to a project are often used to coordinate changes that take place across texts that make up the report. Read more about EiWiki Evaluation Projects (here)

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