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HIV/AIDS, Program evaluation

A recording of the Using Logic Models for Evaluation Planning webinar that took place on December 1, 2010.
Most programs are familiar with logic models and use them for program planning. However, logic models can also be used to develop evaluation strategies, objectives, and indicators.
Learning objectives:
1. Learn about the simple ways that a logic model can be linked to an evaluation plan, objectives, and indicators.
2. View samples of a variety of styles of logic models and explore the pros and cons of each.
3. Explore how logic models can express program theory in ways that are meaningful to line staff, managers, boards of directors, community stakeholders, and others.
Recommended prerequisites:
* An understanding of the basic components of a logic model.
* Please review your program’s logic model prior to the webinar.
Lyn Paleo, MPA, DrPH, has been a professional evaluator for 18 years, ten of them as an independent consultant. She has taught a Masters’ level evaluation course at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health for a decade. She is always exploring new approaches to making evaluation and evaluation results meaningful to persons other than the evaluator.