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  1. hfwu.de Webmail / E-Mail Verwaltung OutlookWebApp https://outlook.hfwu.de/owa (für Lehrbeauftragte, Mitarbeiter, Professoren und Studierende) Weitere Informationen und Hilfe bei Problemen finden Sie auf den Seiten der IT-Dienste unter Benutzerinformationen und in HfWU-neo.

  2. www.hfwu.com › current-students › it-servicesIT-Services - HfWU

    Welcome to IT Services at Nuertingen-Geislingen University. We provide all central Information Technology services for University students and staff. The basis for using email and other computer-based services in the University is your computer account (also known as your email account), for which the University provides you with a username and ...

  3. To log in to HfWU neo you need your HfWU user account. It consists of your user name and your password that you received from the IT services. Your account is centrally managed and also used for logging in to other web services like the HfWU Webmailer, Flex Now or WiFi. Change password It is not possible to change your password through HfWU neo.

  4. www.hfwu.de › fileadmin › user_uploadBOOKLET - HfWU

    address ending in @stud.hfwu.de. Since email is the official means of communication at the university, you are obliged to use it to stay up to date and to avoid missing out on important information. With our webmail interface you can retrieve and manage your emails or forward them, e.g. to your private email address: https://outlook.hfwu.de 10 11

  5. stakeholder groups. Campilan (2000) participatory evaluation is distinguished from the. conventional approach in five key ways: Benefits of peer-evaluation. • Increased ownership of and engagement in the evaluation. by program participants and other key stakeholders. • Better quality evaluation findings and outcomes.

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  6. Give an outlook of how to follow-up: How should the results be processed and used in the further process? Any limitations and typical pitfalls? Reflect a bit on what the methods can not do and what the process designer should be aware of, which additional activities are needed; Any ethical concerns as we are working with people? Add a few reflections

  7. Give an outlook of how to follow-up: How should the results be processed and used in the further process? Any limitations and typical pitfalls? Reflect a bit on what the methods can not do and what the process designer should be aware of, which additional activities are needed; Any ethical concerns as we are working with people? Add a few reflections