You are viewing the post list, filtered by category type. Select a post below for the full content.
Logic models just may be the duct tape of the evaluation world. A logic model’s usefulness extends well beyond initial project planning. (If you aren’t familiar with logic models, here’s a fun introduction.) Today’s post starts a new NEO Shop Talk series to take our readers beyond Logic Models 101. We call this series Logic… Read More »
The holidays can be very stressful. Last minute shopping, traffic, traveling, and talking politics — it’s clearly time to focus on the outcomes we want to see for the holidays, and how we are going to reach them. For help with my planning, I looked to what I think of as the greatest Christmas song… Read More »
Posted in: Logic Models
By Michelle Malizia, Director of Library Services for the Health Sciences, University of Houston I’ll start with a full disclosure: I am a late convert to logic models. Many years ago, I worked in a department that, for a period of time, became governed by logic models. This experience made me fear… no, hate… logic models. … Read More »
Last week we wrote some basic goals and objectives for a proposal about teaching health literacy skills to vampires in Sunnydale. Here’s what the goals and objectives look like, taken from the Executive Summary statement in last week’s post: Goal: The goal of our From Dusk to Dawn project is to improve the health and… Read More »
Vocabulary. Jargon. Semantics. Sometimes I think it’s the death of us all. Seriously, it’s really hard to have a conversation about anything when you use the same words in the same context to mean completely different things. Take Goals and Objectives. I can’t tell you how many different ways this has been taught to me. … Read More »