Webinar: Making Logic Models Work For Grassroots Youth Organizations in Ontario

How can a logic model help a youth program to visualize how different program components support program outcomes?

This webinar features special guest Dr. Gail Vallance Barrington who will
describe how to use a logic model to scaffold your evaluation study; how
to keep it on track and ways to incorporate program theory into
evaluation study designs. Dr. Barrington has conducted over 130 program
evaluation studies and is currently Vice President of the Canadian
Evaluation Society, responsible for the Professional Designation
Programs. In this webinar, Dr. Barrington will also share ways to
collaboratively develop logic models in a rapidly changing context and
will share some recent work samples, including a useful logic model
“cross-walk” and a practical logic model exercise called “My Rich Uncle”.