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How the Logic Modeling Process Assists Program Evaluation (08) [EN]

Dr. Ralph Renger, Adriana Cimetta, Anneke Jansen, Erin Peacock, and Kim Fielding, University of Arizona

June 3, 2007, 9:00am - 4:00pm - Intermediate - 30 seats

This workshop builds from the three step process of logic modeling that is based on the tenth most cited article in the American Journal of Evaluation, "A Three Step Approach to Teaching Logic Models" by Renger and Titcomb (2002). Participants should have an understanding of logic models and familiar with completing logic models for their projects. During this workshop, participants will be introduced to a three step logic modeling process which has been implemented throughout the United States, Canada and Africa. The workshop is interactive affording participants an opportunity to build and practice the skills needed to easily develop a logic model that is often required of programs. This three step approach will improve the planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs.


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