When talking about project evaluation, one particularly important aspect must be considered: the methods used to carry it out. Thus, evaluation remains the only effective method to measure the success of project implementation. It is one of the essential stages of any project, along with the identification of problems, their diagnosis, the development of objectives, formulating a strategy and an action plan and implementation. Decisions to continue, modify or complete the project depend on successful evaluation. Moreover, by means of evaluation we can learn important information about resource allocation, ensuring transparency and accountability through learning.
During the COVID-19 pandemic and in the post-pandemic world, the correct approach to evaluation methods by evaluators has become more important than ever. Furthermore, incorrect project evaluation can lead to wasted human and financial resources.
Digital tools used in the evaluation process should be selected correctly so that in the end they provide a comprehensive data analysis picture that could add the most value to the evaluation. The use of information technology has begun contributing to remote evaluations, which has had a range of effects.
This research answers the question: what is the effect of evaluations carried out during the last two years in the Republic of Moldova on educational projects? In this context, a survey was conducted with 11 project managers who implemented educational projects.