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  1. Logic Model Outcomes Katy O’Connell Manager, Communications and information technology College of Agriculture and Natural Resources University of Delaware 302-831-1355 kvo@udel.edu

  2. Fully Extended Logic Model

  3. At the completion of the program/intervention, what will be different? How will the AUDIENCE and the ISSUE change because of what we DO and/or what we produce in Extension?

  4. Short Term Outcomes/Results • Changes in: • Knowledge • Attitudes • Skills • Aspirations • Concrete and measurable • Directly linked to the project • Should be attainable between 1-3 years, evaluated frequently

  5. Long Term Outcomes/Results • Reported on 4-6 years from the onset of the project/program • The intended ultimate impacts or objectives of the project • Societal • Economic • Environmental • Individual • Community capacity • Organizations • Systems

  6. Examples of Outcomes SHORT As a result of the parenting program, parents read more to their children. Homeowners can identify common native and nonnative plants in the landscape. LONG Children develop age-appropriate literacy skills. There is an increase in biodiversity of suburban landscaping in Kent County

  7. A way to approach logic models The mission of (my program or project) Is to produce/provide (activities/products) To/for (target audience) So that they (short term outcomes/learning) And will be able to (mid term outcomes/application) Resulting ultimately in (long term outcomes or change to the issue)

  8. UDairy Creamery: From the Cow to the Cone The mission of the UDairy Creamery internship program Is to provide hands on internship experiences To undergraduate students So that they learn valuable agri-business skills And will be able to apply them to careers upon graduation Resulting ultimately in a workforce that understands the process of producing food from the farm to the consumer.

  9. Determining Indicators • How will you know if the results/outcomes have been achieved? • With what evidence? • SMART indicators • Specific • Measurable • Audience-directed • Realistic • Time-bound

  10. From outcome to indicator Short term objective: Youth who participate in the program increase their physical activity. Short term indicator: Youth who participate in the program will increase their physical activity by 50% as measured by activity journals that are kept throughout the program. Level of activity will be compared from the beginning of the program to the end of the 4 week program.