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Logit Model: Edit-a-thons

In the logic model tables you will find within each of the program logic model links you will also find a number, or question mark within parentheses next to each logic model/theory of change component listed. The number refers to the mean (numeric average) rating of the perceived difficulty in measuring that component in cases where you were able to rate those with sticky dots in Budapest. The Numeric scale is: 1 = Relatively Easy - you would likely be ready to move forward with a strategy 2 = Somewhat Difficult - you may need help devising a strategy if you wanted to capture/measure the component 3 = Difficult – you find the component tricky to measure and would definitely need assisted devising a strategy if you wanted to capture/measure the component

Program Name: Editing Workshops/Edit-a-thons

Theory of Change Vision: No notes

Theory of Change Concepts: No notes

Inputs Participants Activities Direct_Products Short_Term_Outcomes i.e. Change to Learning and Motivations Medium_Term_Outcomes i.e. Change in Action Long_Term_Outcomes i.e. Change to the Conditions
  • Venue with resources and materials for editing – e.g., libraries, museums (1)
  • Computers (1)
  • Wireless internet access (1)
  • Staff time (2.33)
  • Event page (1)
  • Online volunteers – mentors (2.33)
  • Volunteer time (2.33)
  • Skilled trainers (1.25)
  • Selection process of participants (1)
  • Analysis of what contest/interest areas for new/existing editors (1.33)
  • Money – Expenses for travel, catering, training materials (1.33)
  • Tool for data analysis – Wikiscan (2.25)
  • Relationship with partner organizations (1.5)
  • Number People online (1.33)
  • Number Women participants (2)
  • Trainers (1.2)
  • Partner organization observing (1.4)
  • Press releases, talks with journalists (1.5)
  • Workshop itself (1)
  • Articles to be edited – Edit-a-thon (1.5)
  • Goals of each participant (2.5)
  • Presentation materials (1)
  • Articles edited (?)
  • Articles created (?)
  • Media attention (1.33)
  • Enthusiasm (2.33)
  • No one edited! (2)
  • Increase the editing skills of sports editors (?)
  • Increased editors from Africa (1.33)
  • Greater involvement of existing editing community (1.4)
  • Motivation for editing (2.2)
  • Increased # of contributions from Africa on WP:FR (1.33)
  • Dissemination of experience – including workshops (1)
  • Wider press attention – unanticipated outcome (1.4)
  • Articles edited/Contributions (1.5)
  • Quality of articles improved (2.6)
  • Retention – people continuing to contribute (2)
  • Increased public awareness about gender gap (2.75)
  • Decreased gender gap (2.5)
  • Reduce the gap between Global North and South contributions (2)
  • Increase the # contributions in local languages in Francophone Africa (1)
  • Help build the future Fr. Africa chapters groups (1.33)
Assumptions External Factors
  • Partner organizations share the same schedule as WMFR! (?)
  • People will continue to edit after edit-a-thons/workshops (?)
  • Women will want to edit on women! (?)
  • Enthusiasm = skill in training! (?)
  • Wiki project support women (?)
  • WP – knowledge in detail is needed (?)
  • Allied organizations - mapping (?)
  • Anniversaries or other related content for edit-a-thons/workshops (?)
  • Conflict – DRC or CAR (?)
  • No/Limited electricity, internet access, computers (?)