Criteria for judging projects

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Open international contest of go promotional projects

Criteria for judging projects

Effectivity

    • Are there measurable objectives?
    • Are the objectives reached?
    • Are the goals relevant?

Several basic categories of objectives could be distinguished, such as:

    • Increasing public awareness,
    • Strengthening existing Go communities,
    • Supporting the organization of Go promotion itself.

Efficiency

    • What is the ratio between human and financial input on the one hand and the outcome on the other?

Originality

    • Is the project unique in its nature?
    • Does the project open new perspectives for the promotion of Go?

Actuality

    • Does the project make use of new opportunities, social developments, (marketing) strategies, technologies, social media?

Potentiality

    • Is further development of the project promising?

Replicability

    • Is the project a good example to follow in similar circumstances at other places?

Simplicity

    • Is the project highly independent of specific capacities or knowledge of the person(s) needed to run it?

Replaceability

    • If apparent alternatives already exist for the methods or materials used, how are the differences evaluated?

Attractivity

    • How is the project presented in external relationships (partners)?
    • Can the presentation appeal to the target audience?

Quality

    • If the project involves go-technical content of its own, what is the value of it?

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