Thursday, May 18, 2006

Join us in OPAL on Friday morning: Project Planning with Love and Logic (Models)

Join us this Friday, May 19 at 10:00 a.m. CST for the second in a series of national continuing education programs via OPAL.

Project Planning with Love and Logic (Models)
Speaker: Whitney Davison-Turley, Digital Projects Specialist, University of Kansas Medical Center Libraries*

From the largest grant proposals to the smallest project plan, using logic models can help you develop stronger and more successful projects with assessment and evaluation built in at every step. You will love the way that logic models allow you "plan backwards and implement forwards," keeping the focus on the real impact of your program and causing all activities to feed directly into that impact. This program will discuss what a logic model is, show examples of using a logic model for writing a project plan or grant proposal, and provide resources for additional information.

This OPAL event will be held in the Auditorium (Click on the title or the room name to enter the OPAL room.)

The Librarian's Continuing Education Seminar Series programs are held the 3rd Friday of the month at 10 a.m. A full listing of programs and speakers is available at:

Questions about OPAL? About the upcoming program? Just let me know. I’ll be in the auditorium 30 minutes ahead of time if you want to test your equipment. I look forward to seeing you all online.

*And I'm oh-so-thrilled to report that while Whitney is with KUMed right now, she will soon be joining my beloved place of work as the new Information Services Manager. I'm simply giddy.


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