Logic model

A diagram that explicitly shows relationships between a project’s goals, inputs (or resources), activities, and outcomes (or results). Logic models reflect a project’s theory of change, that is, how the program works (or logic behind) in order to effect the desired change. The goals state desired change over the life of the project or program.Inputs are the resources involved in your program, including human resources, space, materials, equipment, and technology. Activities are the action steps that will be taken to implement and reach the goal and are usually summarized into major categories, such as marketing, production, presenting, community organizing, etc. Outputs are the distinct products that the project produces and which can be counted, such as number of art work produced, pamphlets distributed, people who attended, or voters registered. Outcomes are the intended results of the program. (From Suzanne Callahan’s Singing Our Praises)