The eQuATIC tool addresses the growing need for quality in international cooperation. It exposes and visualizes strengths and weaknesses, supporting policy makers and practitioners in evaluating international cooperation.
The main principle of eQuATIC is the quantification of indicators based on available data from various databases. Unlike other projects, where comprehensive questionnaires with descriptive indicators are used, eQuATIC uses information that already is available in the organisation. The main principles in developing eQuATIC are a minimum workload for staff and students and maximum relevance for policy making.
By converting quantitative and descriptive data into figures, the cooperation with a certain institution can easily be analysed at different levels.