Rebecca White, Ph.D.
Professor
Organization Development and Evaluation
LSU AgCenter
Thirsty
Drink
beverage
Feel refreshed
and hydrated
If If If If IfThen Then Then Then Then
Plan
Implement
Evaluate
Importance of issue
How issue was identified
How education can help
A target audience
Intended outcomes
Needs
Assets
Prior...
Long term impacts –
What big effects would
you expect?
Medium term outcomes
– What clientele actions
would you expect?
Sho...
ACTIVITIES - WHAT WE DO
Conduct workshops, meetings
Provide service
Develop products, curriculum,
resources
Train
Assess
F...
WHAT WE INVEST Staff
Volunteers
Time
Money
Research base
Materials
Equipment
Technology
Partners
ASSUMPTIONS
Beliefs
Our ideas about the situation
The way the program will
operate
What we expect the program to
achieve
H...
Provides program description that guides
evaluation process that helps to:
know what and when to measure
match evaluation ...
Does the logic model:
Include a listing of all inputs that will be
needed for the program?
Include details of the activi...
Do Targeted Outcome(s):
 Help fulfill Extension’s mission?
 Represent meaningful benefits or changes for participants?
...
Vertical
Logic Model
Worksheet
University of Wisconsin Extension Service’s
Welcome to Enhancing Program Performance
with Logic Models
http://www.uwex.edu...
Situation
Impacts and Outcomes
Outputs
Inputs
Assumptions & External Factors
Evaluation Plan
Rebecca White, Ph.D.
Organization Development and Evaluation
Creating a Program Logic Model
Program Logic Models
Program Logic Models
Program Logic Models
Program Logic Models
Program Logic Models
Program Logic Models
Program Logic Models
Program Logic Models
Program Logic Models
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Learn to create a program logic model. Designed for Cooperative Extension Service professionals providing university outreach programs. Logic models are a mainstay in the program development process for community-based, outreach programs.

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Program Logic Models

  1. 1. Rebecca White, Ph.D. Professor Organization Development and Evaluation LSU AgCenter
  2. 2. Thirsty Drink beverage Feel refreshed and hydrated
  3. 3. If If If If IfThen Then Then Then Then
  4. 4. Plan Implement Evaluate
  5. 5. Importance of issue How issue was identified How education can help A target audience Intended outcomes Needs Assets Priorities Stakeholders involved
  6. 6. Long term impacts – What big effects would you expect? Medium term outcomes – What clientele actions would you expect? Short term outcomes – What learning would you expect? Conditions - Social, civic, economic, environmental Action - Behavior, practice, policy, decision-making, social action Learning - Awareness, knowledge, attitudes, skills, opinions, aspirations, motivations
  7. 7. ACTIVITIES - WHAT WE DO Conduct workshops, meetings Provide service Develop products, curriculum, resources Train Assess Facilitate Partner Information via social marketing and media PARTICIPATION - WHO WE REACH Participants Clients Agencies Decision-makers Customers
  8. 8. WHAT WE INVEST Staff Volunteers Time Money Research base Materials Equipment Technology Partners
  9. 9. ASSUMPTIONS Beliefs Our ideas about the situation The way the program will operate What we expect the program to achieve How participants learn and behave Resources and staff External and internal environment EXTERNAL FACTORS Aspects influencing program Aspects influenced by program Cultural milieu, values Biophysical and political environments Economic structure Demographic makeup Family and farm circumstances Experiences of participants Media, policy and priorities
  10. 10. Provides program description that guides evaluation process that helps to: know what and when to measure match evaluation to the program focus on key, important information
  11. 11. Does the logic model: Include a listing of all inputs that will be needed for the program? Include details of the activities listed? Include a list of characteristics and intended number of targeted participants? Make sequential and logical connections between inputs, outputs and outcomes? Barkman, Susan J., (2000). Utilizing the Logic Model for Program Design and Evaluation. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University:
  12. 12. Do Targeted Outcome(s):  Help fulfill Extension’s mission?  Represent meaningful benefits or changes for participants?  Seem reasonable as a result of program participants in a non-trivial way?  Clearly define the intended scope of the program’s influence?  Help educator identify both points of success and problems the program can correct?  Provide data that is likely to be effective in communicating benefits to stakeholders? Barkman, Susan J., (2000). Utilizing the Logic Model for Program Design and Evaluation. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University:
  13. 13. Vertical Logic Model Worksheet
  14. 14. University of Wisconsin Extension Service’s Welcome to Enhancing Program Performance with Logic Models http://www.uwex.edu/ces/pdande/evaluation/pdf/lmcourseall.pdf
  15. 15. Situation Impacts and Outcomes Outputs Inputs Assumptions & External Factors Evaluation Plan
  16. 16. Rebecca White, Ph.D. Organization Development and Evaluation Creating a Program Logic Model

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