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What Do You Get When You Cross a Logic Model with Transdisciplinary Action-Research?: A User-Friendly Methodology for Documenting Intangible Outcomes!

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    What Do You Get When You Cross a Logic Model with Transdisciplinary Action-Research?: A User-Friendly Methodology for Documenting Intangible Outcomes! What Do You Get When You Cross a Logic Model with Transdisciplinary Action-Research?: A User-Friendly Methodology for Documenting Intangible Outcomes! Presentation Transcript

    • What Do You Get When You Cross a Logic Model with Transdisciplinary Action- Research?: A User-Friendly Methodology for y gy Documenting Intangible Outcomes! Susan Thering Ph D Thering, Ph.D. Department of Landscape Architecture University of Wisconsin-Madison and UW-Extension sathering@wisc.edu
    • Transdisciplinary Action-Research: A process of inquiry that “integrates knowledge cultures” “i k l d l ” to address “place-based” issues: • Local Knowledge • Specialized Knowledge • Strategic Knowledge • Integrative Knowledge i.e. “Partnership Building” (V.A. Brown 2001, Stringer 1999)
    • A Methodology for Outreach Scholarship From Thering S. 2011. Landscape Journal
    • Transdisciplinary Learning Partnership Building
    • Learning to Evaluate Transdisciplinary Learning ““Nothing as practical as good theory” (Weiss 1999)
    • The Research Question: How H can we evaluate the partnership b ildi aspects l h hi building of Extension programming?
    • Core Concepts from “The Literature” The Literature (i.e. nobody cares what Sue From Buffalo thinks) • “Community Capacity” ( (The CDC) ) • “Three Domains of Learning” g (Habermas; Mezirow) • “Cross-Cultural Learning” ( (Merryfiled & Subedi) y )
    • Example From the Green Community Development Initiative: “Identifying and Overcoming the Barriers to Partnership”
    • What Do You Get When You Cross a Logic Model with Transdisciplinary Action- Research?: A User-Friendly Methodology for Documenting Intangible Outcomes! Please fill out your evaluation forms Thank you! Susan Thering, Ph.D. Department of Landscape Architecture University of Wisconsin-Madison and UW-Extension sathering@wisc.edu