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We concluded our work on May 31, 2009 and are not updating these resources, but you are welcome to use them if they are helpful to you.

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Knowledge Translation (KT) &
Dissemination and Utilization (D&U)

Logic Model

Measurement & Evaluation

Problem Identification/solving

What are some examples of Logic Models?

Reports, Papers, Web sites and other Tools

Program Planning & Development-Program Logic Model (University of Missouri Extension, 2006).

The University of Missouri Extension has adopted the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension logic model as part of the program development process. A logic model depicts program action by describing what the program is and what it will do.
http://extension.missouri.edu/staff/programdev/plm/

SEDL Archives

NIDRR Logic Model: Targeted Outcome Arenas
NIDRR has developed its own logic model which you may find helpful to review.
http://www.researchutilization.org/logicmodel/nidrr/

Examples from RUSH and other NIDRR grantees

Research Utilization Support and Help (RUSH)

e-Learning Authoring Tool and Model Course Logic Model

Rehabilitation Engineering and Research Center (RERC) on Communication Enhancement

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