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Wednesday, June 6 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Logic Models: A Tool for Institutional Effectiveness Planning and Outcome Evaluation

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Extensively utilized by government agencies and evaluators, logic models are a conceptual model used for program planning, implementation, and evaluation of educational and social programs. Logic models not only serve as a tool to visually depict a theory of change by showing the connections between a program's resources, activities/strategies, intended outcomes, and long term impact, but also aid in identifying appropriate progress measures. In higher education administrative and academic programs, where mission success is long-term, logic models help in identifying short-term and intermediate outcomes, as well as appropriate evaluation/assessment methods, providing indicators of progress toward long-term goals. The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso used logic modeling to facilitate institutional effectiveness planning and aid academic and administrative units in developing appropriate assessment plans for ongoing data collection and improvement. This session will introduce participants to logic modeling by providing an overview of logic models and step-by-step instructions on how to create and utilize log models for institutional effectiveness planning and assessment of outcomes.

Speakers
avatar for Oliana Alikaj-Fierro

Oliana Alikaj-Fierro

Assistant Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation, Texas Tech Health Sciences at El Paso
avatar for Christiane Herber-Valdez

Christiane Herber-Valdez

Director, Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso



Wednesday June 6, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
Arizona

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