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FREEWORKSHOP! LOGIC MODELING AND PROGRAM PLANNING , MARCH 31, 5PM

FREEWORKSHOP! LOGIC MODELING AND PROGRAM PLANNING , MARCH 31, 5PM

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March 31, 2011 5-7:30 PM. Presented by Maryland Nonprofits at the MSAC offices. This workshop will help program managers develop a framework for a comprehensive evaluation plan by reexamining the components of their programs. Program available to all MSAC Grants for Organizations (GFO) and Artist in Communities (AIC) grantees.    

February 28, 2011News

Evaluation planning helps program managers answer three fundamental questions about service delivery:

1. What did we do?
2. How well did we do it?
3. What changes occurred because of our programs or what difference did we make?

Not only does a systematic, well-executed program evaluation system help you internally by pointing out areas in which a program can improve, but being able to determine  outcomes helps to make the case for funding, facilitates information sharing with similar programs and agencies, and can provide information helpful to those seeking to replicate  success. This training will help  develop a framework for a comprehensive evaluation plan by reexamining the components of  the program. Participants will articulate the expected outcomes of their programs as well as rationales and assumptions of them. Lastly, the workshop will examine the appropriate use of data collection methods such as surveys and interviews, and develop a clear method for measuring programmatic effectiveness.
 

The workshop is limited to 20 participants to ensure individual attention and interaction. Pre-registration is required.

Please fax or email this form to the Maryland State Arts Council 410-333-1062 or sblake@msac.org.

If you have questions or if you have special needs, please contact Sharon Blake at sblake@msac.org
or 410-767-6536