Outcomes Assessment Tools
A logic model is a table that explicitly relates the inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes of a project in a systematic way. The template below includes notes for each column header that not only explains the purpose of each column but also presents examples. Additionally, the template includes a complete example with all columns filled out; note that the example has short-term, medium-term, and long-term goals but some models omit one or more of those columns depending on the length of the project.
Logic Model Template in Google Sheets
An evaluation matrix is similar to a logic model in that it is a table that systematically maps out important aspects of a project and documents how they are related. It differs in its strong focus on program evaluation, the systematic process by which you can understand and document the success of a program as determined by the available data and the specific goals of the program. The template below includes notes for each column header that not only explains the purpose of each column but also presents examples.
Evaluation Matrix Template in Google Sheets
How to use these templates
These templates are read-only so please follow these instructions to make your own copy in Google Drive:
- Make a copy by clicking on the link above for the relevant template
- Rename the document so the name makes sense to you and is easily searchable in Google Drive
- Edit the template as appropriate
- Share it when you are ready your syllabus is ready, either by sharing it with your colleagues as a native Google Sheet (view only) or use File > Download as… > Microsoft Word (.docx) or PDF document (.pdf)