As grant and research development professionals, we often use logic models as a way to organize and picture the planned work and intended results of a grant-funded project. However, logic models can also be used to visualize the research-related resources, activities, deliverables, and outcomes that are often central to institutional strategic plans and research developers. In this session we will explore the use of logic models as a method to promote strategic research mindsets at both the individual and institutional levels and consider the implications of conceptual and operational logic models for organizationl change and operation.
Presenters: Kendra Mingo, University of Idaho; Amy Cuhel-Schuckers, Franklin & Marshall College
This webinar is free to NORDP members; nonmembers may attend for $30. You can learn more about NORDP here.
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|Recorded August 13, 2020|