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Applying Logic Models for Comprehensive Assessment – Tues. March 27, 2018

March 27, 2018 – March 27, 2018


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Have you ever had to try and figure out how to collect data for assessment after a project has launched? Have you ever collected data for assessment and realized that it doesn’t really answer your questions? Have you ever wondered what else you might use your assessment data for in your work?

Creating a comprehensive assessment plan can be an overwhelming task. Whether you are new to this type of work or a seasoned professional looking to improve your process – this webinar discusses several models that will help you build comprehensive and flexible assessment plans.

Our goals for attendees:

  • Understand the thought processes behind developing a comprehensive assessment plan.
  • Understand how logic models contribute to systematically developing an assessment plan.
  • How to use logic models and assessment methods to build in flexibility and future potential into your assessment plan.


About the Speakers

Mary Gu is the Information Services Librarian with CPA Canada, the national level non-profit supporting the Canadian accountancy profession. She was previously the Archives and Records Management Project Coordinator with CPA Canada. Mary started learning about assessment and measurement during her undergraduate in psychology and has applied her knowledge to a variety of projects in the library world.

Hannah Loshak is the Information Manager with the Centre for Effective Practice. In this role, Hannah provides research and resource development services on a variety of projects in the health care sector. Hannah applies her knowledge of creating comprehensive assessment plans to help develop health care tools and clinical guidelines in projects with multiple stakeholders.


When: Tuesday March 27, 2018 from 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Where: Webinar
Cost: $10 SLA members | $20 non-members | $5 students/unwaged/retired
Registration closes: Sunday March 25, 2018
Webinar registration:

Please register below for the event to make the payment and click here to register for the webinar software. You need to do both of these things to participate in the webinar. A recording will be available to attendees post-webinar.


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