Monitoring & Evaluation
How to monitor and evaluate progress in building a learning city
A successful learning city develops and promotes a wide variety of opportunities and events to encourage the public to get involved in learning. In order to ensure those learning events and opportunities have real impact, it is essential to monitor and evaluate progress.
The video tutorial on ‘How to monitor and evaluate progress’ will provide answers to the following questions:
- Why monitoring and evaluating is important?
- How can monitoring and evaluation mechanism be established?
- How to share progress and celebrate success?
Remember: Building a learning city is a collective and continuous journey. It requires a concrete action plan with strong political leadership and steadfast commitment, a structured dialogue and consensus involving all stakeholders, diverse celebratory events charged with enthusiasm and inspiration, easy accessibility and enjoyable experiences for all citizens, proper monitoring and evaluation of progress, and sustainable and secure funding. You can find detailed instructions on these action tips in our Guidelines for Building Learning Cities and the complementary video tutorials.