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Program Assessment

Quality needs assessment is the first step in developing a quality program. These resources will assist you in developing high quality, workable needs assessment and information on how to use a logic model in program planning.

Quality needs assessment is the first step in developing a quality program. These resources will assist you in developing high quality, workable needs assessment and information on how to use a logic model in program planning.
PROGRAM PLANNING AND LOGIC MODELING

Speaker: Ellen Taylor-Powell, Ph.D.

  1. Cooperative Extension Program Planning in Wisconsin.   Terry Gibson, ed., 2001.  An in-depth look at program planning using examples from Wisconsin Extension Service.https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/programdevelopment/evaluating-programs/ 
  2. Planning a Program Evaluation, Ellen Taylor-Powell, Sara Steele, Mohammad Douglah. http://learningstore.uwex.edu/Assets/pdfs/G3658-01.pdf  (NOTE: There is also a work sheet available.)
  3. Evaluation design checklist, Daniel L.Stufflebeam, The Evaluation Centre,Western Michigan University. : http://www.wmich.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/u350/2014/key%20evaluation%20checklist.pdf
  4.  Key evaluation checklist (KEC), Michael Scriven, The Evaluation Center, Western Michigan University. https://wmich.edu/sites/default/files/attachments/u350/2014/key%20evaluation%20checklist.pdf
  5. Qualitative Evaluation Checklist, Michael Qunn Patton : http://www.dmeforpeace.org/sites/default/files/Patton_Qualitative%20Evaluation%20Checklist.pdf
  6. Program Development web site, University of Wisconsin Extension Service. https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/programdevelopment/ 
  7. Logic Model web site, University of Wisconsin Extension Service.  https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/programdevelopment/logic-models/  

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