Table of contents for Logic modeling methods in program evaluation / Joy Frechtling.

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CONTENTS
 List of Figures
 Preface
 1	Evaluation and Logic Models
 2	The Uses of Logic Models
 3	The Components of a Logic Model
 4	The Connections in a Logic Model
 5	Developing Logic Models to Support Evaluation
 6	Developing Logic Models of Differing Complexity
 7	Using a Logic Model to Identify Evaluation Questions
 8	Using a Logic Model to Support Explanatory Evaluation
 9	Challenges in Developing Logic Models
 10	Developing Logic Models for Complex Projects
 11	Using Logic Models to Evaluate a Family of Projects
 12	Using the Logic Model to Provide Technical Assistance
 Appendix: The Phases of an Evaluation
 About the Author
 Glossary
 References

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Evaluation -- Methodology.