This checklist provides suggestions for the content and organization of long-form evaluation reports that are concise, easy-to-understand, and easy-to-navigate. The checklist is not a rigid set of requirements, but rather a compilation of suggestions based on evaluation literature, the authors’ experience, and input from experts. An evaluation client’s or sponsor’s requirements for reporting should take precedence over this checklist’s recommendations.
2016 High Impact Technology Exchange Conference (HI-TEC)
July 25-28, 2016
A logic model is a graphic depiction of how a project translates its resources and activities into outcomes. Logic models are useful tools for succinctly communicating a project’s goals and activities, but they have many other applications. They provide a foundation for a project evaluation plan (and subsequent reporting) and can be used to organize the content of a grant proposal. In this session, participants will learn the basics of how to create a logic model and we will demonstrate its use for planning a project evaluation and organizing a grant proposal. Participants will receive the Evaluation Planning Checklist for ATE Proposals and ATE Project Logic Model Template.
Participants will receive the Evaluation Planning Checklist for ATE Proposals and ATE Project Logic Model Template.
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