The ASA Programme aims at a complete evaluation, i.e. each participant is asked to complete all questionnaires, even if questions seem to overlap. Overlaps occur so that we can compare the results of the individual studies and track changes. At the same time, we are constantly working to make study participation as efficient as possible for the participants.
Each impact study is based on the perspectives of its participants, because only if many people participate do we have the opportunity to gain a general impression of the respective year. The results of the studies will of course be made available to all participants on the ASA intranet.
A survey carried out by CEval GmbH in 2014 states that "the W0-W4 survey cycle established in the ASA programme [...] can be regarded as an ideal design for impact monitoring [...]. The repeated collection of data from the target groups over a longer period of time allows not only the measurement of short-term effects, but actually also of long-term effects and their sustainability".
In addition to the instruments of impact studies, the systematic questioning of other participants in the programme, such as committee members, team members and partner representatives, also serves the continuous adaptation and improvement of the programme. In particular, the routine questioning of partner institutions is to be institutionalised in the medium term. The results