Webinar: Evaluation Tools: Logic Models, Success Indicators and Performance Standards

Posted on January 20, 2010 by , , , in Webinars ()

Presenter(s): Lori Wingate, Mark Viquesney, Peggie Weeks, Stephanie Evergreen
Date(s): January 20, 2010
Recording: https://vimeo.com/8893258

How, exactly, is evaluation done? This webinar’s focus in on logic models, success indicators, and standards of performance — the blueprints for an evaluation.

A logic model maps out a project’s activities and intended outcomes and impacts. Logic models facilitate the identification of success indicators (measurable information about key aspects of your project) and performance standards (what counts as “acceptable” or “excellent” performance, for example). You’ll leave the webinar with a better understanding of how to create and use these tools to generate a robust and useful evaluation.

We’ll also discuss why it’s important to go beyond thinking about evaluation simply in terms of determining whether project goals were met to a broader assessment of actual impact.

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