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Fully Articulating Your Vision: Using Logic Models to Support Innovation

Posted by Margaret Lamb - On September 19, 2013 (EST)

This web-based, self-guided tutorial provides an introduction and basic instruction for working with logic models (or theories of change). A foundation for effective strategy and program planning, logic models help put ideas into action and align broad-based community change efforts. The tutorial, originally designed to support the US Department of Labor's Workforce Innovation Fund planning process, outlines the process of creating a logic model, and provides case-study examples of its major components: Inputs, Activities, Outputs, and Outcomes. Created by Social Policy Research Associates (SPR). [Web recording & accompanying slidedeck, 2012]



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