A logic model is framework that is used to delineate goals and resources. It was used by the Social Work Department at Texas A&M University-Commerce to help visualize and establish the initial accreditation of the MSW program and continues to be a valuable tool for this rural social work program. The model has helped faculty determine a vision for the program. This vision has transferred to other areas such as recruitment and retention of faculty, curriculum choices for students, resources for alumni, and community development to reach rural social service agencies that are lacking in resources. The logic model provided a guiding framework that started at the inception of the social work program and has helped clarify strengths and weaknesses in building the social work program.
Openshaw, Linda Leek; Lewellen, Ara; and Harr, Cynthia
"A Logic Model for Program Planning and Evaluation Applied to a Rural Social Work Department,"
Contemporary Rural Social Work: Vol. 3
, Article 6.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.murraystate.edu/crsw/vol3/iss1/6