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When creating any type of plan it is important to closely look at how it will work and how its pieces fit together. the following resources explaining the logic model concept are offered to assist the project team apply the concept with their project planning.
Logic Model Resources
The link offers an overview of the logic model concept.
A paper funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) presents answers to a series of questions about logic models.
Developed by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation the provides guidance in applying the logic model concept, presents exercises illustrating its use and includes forms to develop a logic model.
The document outlines a logic model used with a grant proposal.
Offered by the University of Wisconsin's Cooperative Extension Service the site provides instruction and templates for developing logic models along with useful examples as guides.
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