Peer Review Assessment Tool
Peer Review Impact Guidelines
A service of the
Promotor of Peer Review Projects
Austrian Institute for Research on Vocational Training
„Peer Review in initial VET“, „Peer Review Extended“ and „Peer Review Extended II“
Project coordination and managementCoordination and management of the Peer Review Projects
Between 2003 and 2009, the conception, scientific coordination and organisational management of the projects rested with Dr. Maria Gutknecht-Gmeiner, researcher, project manager and deputy director at the öibf.
Dr. Gutknecht-Gmeiner holds a pedagogical degree from the university of Vienna and a doctoral degree in educational sciences/evaluation from the University of Klagenfurt. In the early 1990ies she studied at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Since 1993 she has worked in the coordination of international research and educational cooperation projects and in non-university educational research.
Her main areas of work are evaluation (programm evaluation, project evaluation, institutional evaluation), change management and consulting, quality management, continuing vocational education and training and adult education, international project and network management as well as gender mainstreaming and diversity management.
Since 1.1.2010 Dr. Gutknecht-Gmeiner is director of Impulse – evaluation, organisational consulting, training.
Since the beginning of 2007 Judith Proinger, research assistant at the öibf, has supported the coordination and management of the projects.
Coordination of the project „Peer Review Impact“
The Finnish National Bord of Education (FNBE) is the promotor of the proejct "Peer Review Impact“. www.oph.fi
The project is coordinated by Leena Koski, Counsellor of Education and expert for quality in vocational education and training at the Finnish National Board of Education.
Contact details and addresses can be found under Contact.
These projects have been carried out with the support of the European Commission.
The content of the projects does not necessarily reflect the position of the European Commission,
nor does it involve any responsibility on the part of the European Commission.
Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur
Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture (Austria)