- Explore at least 10 logic models published on the Internet. In keeping with the visual nature of the logic model, you should begin your search with a search engine such as Google or Bing to locate images of logic models.
- Use the Shakman and Rodriguez (2015) resource to help evaluate the 10 logic models for utility. (You should be able to do this even if you are looking at models outside your discipline, but if that is not productive, you are welcome to concentrate on models in your own field.)
- Select the best and the worst of your sample, based on your evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of each, to use in your Discussion post.
By Day 3
Post the image files (uploaded as jpegs or gifs, ensure you cite the images) or hyperlinks to 2–4 logic models. These should represent the best and worst of the logic models you discovered in your research. Explain the strengths and weaknesses of each. Your conclusions may be about the content of the logic model (especially if you are in the same field and have professional opinions about the content) or about the presentation of the logic model. Ensure you properly cite each image.
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