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Jan Eastman

Jan Eastman

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Building a Logic Model

Principle & Standard

2. Evaluation

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Course Description

A logic model is a picture of how your organization does its work. It logically links activities and effects connecting the need for your planned program with the program’s desired results. The process of developing a logic model gives you an opportunity to chart the course, providing all your program participants with a clear and understandable road map to follow. Program logic modeling also can be a strong tool in communicating, providing a framework for interpreting results, telling your ‘stories’, and strengthening your community voice.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to...

  • develop a basic logic model(s).
  • apply the different types and formats of logic models.
  • plan programs and make decisions by using logic models.