Download: Logic Model Template

This 2016 template is intended for ATE grantees to use and adapt a project logic model for their own projects.

A logic model is a visual depiction of what a project does and what changes it is expected to bring about. Developing a logic model is an important first step for project design and evaluation planning. This document is intended to provide general guidance to ATE program proposers and grantees for developing their own project logic models. We encourage you to also check out our logic model example for inspiration and additional ideas. Logic Model Example


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About the Authors

Lori Wingate

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Executive Director, The Evaluation Center at Western Michigan University

Lori has a Ph.D. in evaluation and more than 20 years of experience in the field of program evaluation. She is co-principal investigator of EvaluATE and leads and a variety of evaluation projects at WMU focused on STEM education, health, and higher education initiatives. Dr. Wingate has led numerous webinars and workshops on evaluation in a variety of contexts, including CDC University and the American Evaluation Association Summer Evaluation Institute. She is an associate member of the graduate faculty at WMU.

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