• Purposeful program theory: Effective use of theories of change and logic models

    This book, by Sue Funnell and Patricia Rogers, discusses ways of developing, representing and using programme theory and theories of change in different ways to suit the particular situation.
  • Program Evaluation: a Plain English Guide

    This 11-step guide defines program evaluation, what it is used for, the different types and when they should be used. Also covered is how to plan a program evaluation, monitor performance, communicate findings, deliver bad news, and put imp
  • Theory maker

    This free and open-sourced web-based tool was made by Steve Powell as a quick and simple way of creating a theory of change.  The information provided was supplied by Steve Powell.
  • Storyboard Logic Models Activity

    This worksheet by the Action Evaluation Collective gives a steps by step run down of how to use storyboards to engage people in telling their stories. It's focus is on working with and engaging young people in a participatory process.
  • Using logic models and theories of change better in evaluation

    Many evaluations include a process of developing
  • BetterEvaluation FAQ: How do you use program theory for evaluating systems?

    Although it’s sometimes referred to as program theory or program logic, theories of change can be used for interventions at any scale, including policies, whole-of-government initiatives, and systems.
  • What are some methods and processes to help stakeholders articulate how they think a program works? (AES17 co-creation challenge #1)

    The material from BetterEvaluation comes from a combination of curating existing material and co-creating new material.  This blog is part of an ongoing series about material that we have co-created with BetterEvaluation users.
  • Enhancing program performance with logic models

    Developed by the University of Wisconsin Extension service, this resource provides an introduction to developing and using a particular version of the results chain.