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Building Stakeholder-Friendly Visual Logic Models With DoView 2.0 - Notes from AEA Webinar 7 January 2009 - Paul Duignan

Including a summary of what was covered in the Webinar and links to relevant resources (including the software, videos, tip-sheets and workbooks) for building logic models and theories of change. #Evaluation2009 #EvaluationUse #HowTo #visualization #SystemsinEvaluation #Logic #IndependentConsulting #software #Change #ProgramTheoryandTheoryDrivenEvaluation #program #of #TeachingofEvaluation #models #theory #TheoriesofEvaluation #IntegratingTechnologyintoEvaluation #Research,Technology,andDevelopmentEval


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Conference PDW #4: Logic Models for Program Evaluation and Planning

Then, we'll examine how to improve logic models using some fundamental principles of "program theory", demonstrate how to use logic models effectively to help frame questions in program evaluation, and show some ways logic models can also inform strategic planning

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Eval11 Session 569: Through Their Eyes: An Evaluation of a School Based Mental Health Program

Additionally, the evaluation allowed for the construction of a logic model that represented the stakeholder's perceptions of how the program operated to address the needs of stakeholders, and matched with a humanistic theory of the program

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Focus Search - Stake (2004), “Program evaluation is usually a clear departure from building scientific theory

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A Two-Phase, Mixed Methods Approach to Evaluating and Improving an Innovative Program Model

Ignite presentation slides Bernadette Wright, Ladel Lewis, Steven E. Wallis, and Izolda Fotiyeva. A Two-Phase, Mixed Methods Approach to Evaluating and Improving an Innovative Program Model: The PAC-Involved Evaluation. Ignite Presentation, STEM Education and Training track. Evaluation 2015 ...

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