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Kategorie Textpublikation
Referenztyp Buchkapitel
DOI 10.1002/9781119741374.ch8
Titel (primär) Co-evaluation: How to measure achievements in complex co-production projects? ANYWHERE's contribution to enhance emergency management of weather and climate events
Titel (sekundär) Responding to extreme weather events
Autor Gebhardt, O.; Kuhlicke, C.
Herausgeber Sempere-Torres, D.; Karakostas, A.; Rossi, C.; Quevauviller, P.
Erscheinungsjahr 2024
Department OEKON; SUSOZ
Seite von 163
Seite bis 180
Sprache englisch
Topic T5 Future Landscapes
Keywords ANYWHERE platform; co-evaluation process; emergency management process; platform prototype
Abstract The development of the ANYWHERE platform was designed as a collaborative process, taking the expectations and needs of the users not only as a starting point but also their assessment as central to the evaluation of the result. Hence, the evaluation of the development process as well as that of the platform prototype were also designed in a very collaborative way and, therefore, termed co-evaluation. Co-evaluations were conducted to reveal the relative advantages and disadvantages of the ANYWHERE system compared to the legacy system at pilot site level. Comprehensive analysis of the user experience: This included general impressions of the ANYWHERE platform and its integration into existing emergency management processes, main advantages and disadvantages the new system compared to legacy system and an assessment of usefulness of the what local coordinators and operators considered to be the most relevant features of their emergency management systems.
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Gebhardt, O., Kuhlicke, C. (2024):
Co-evaluation: How to measure achievements in complex co-production projects? ANYWHERE's contribution to enhance emergency management of weather and climate events
In: Sempere-Torres, D., Karakostas, A., Rossi, C., Quevauviller, P. (eds.)
Responding to extreme weather events
Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, p. 163 - 180