Nov 22 | Webinar Recap: Making Logic Models Work for Grassroots Youth Program in Ontario

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

On November 22, 2016 from 12pm – 1pm EST,  YouthREX hosted a webinar on Logic Models featuring special guest Dr. Gail Vallance Barrington. In this webinar, Dr. Barrington describes how to use a logic model to scaffold your evaluation study and keep it on track, including ways to incorporate program theory into evaluation study designs. Dr. Barrington shares ways to collaboratively develop logic models in a rapidly changing context and shares some recent work samples including a useful logic model “cross-walk” and a practical logic model exercise called “My Rich Uncle”.

Download a copy of the webinar slides here.



Dr. Gail Vallance Barrington
Barrington Research Group

Gail Vallance Barrington has conducted over 130 program evaluation studies. She is currently Vice President of the Canadian Evaluation Society, responsible for the Professional Designation Programs. She teaches courses on qualitative research and program evaluation for both Athabasca and Michigan State universities. Her 2012 book, Consulting Start-up and Management: A Guide for Evaluators and Applied Researchers continues to be popular. She received the CES Contribution to Evaluation in Canada Award in 2008 and has more recently received the AEA’s 2016 Alva and Gunnar Myrdal Award for Evaluation Practice.

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