Program Design: Logic Models


Program Design: Logic Models

Toolkit Overview:

Want to learn about how logic models can enhance your programs?

A logic model is a tool used to design and build the evaluation of programs. It uses a simple visual to represent the relationship between the challenge or problem, the resources available, the activities and the goals of the program. Logic models demonstrate the causal relationship between what you put into a relationship and what you hope to get out of it. 

We recommend using a logic model to help build all of your programs and services. Logic models can help you identify your expectations and assumptions of your program by having you outline your inputs, your activities, your outputs and your outcomes in one succinct form. Logic models can help you guide your work throughout the implementation process and help you build your evaluation framework to ensure you can demonstrate your impact.

Learning Objectives:

• To understand the purpose and value of using logic models in program design.
• To identify the major components of a logic model.
• To understand how to use logic models in your work.
• To understand how to identify program/project assumptions and potential weaknesses

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