How a project uses its inputs to achieve outcomes. Project activities are described in the Project Workplan Guidelines. An example of a project activity is, “Identify a consultant to develop the training curriculum”.
What a programme does with the services it provides; eg health education programmes, coach education seminars. To support these activities, programmes use inputs which result in outputs (see also under outputs) – see also under general outcome statement and outcomes.- What are we being funded to do
are both tasks and scheduled calendar events. You can define and track activities for many different objects, including campaigns, accounts, contacts, and leads. When creating an activity, you can describe it and specify attributes such as priority, due date, and status.
TravelScope gathers information on 11 different activity categories: (1) visits to historical places or museums; (2) visits to national or state parks; (3) attending cultural events or festivals; (4) going to theme or amusement parks; (5) outdoor activities (e.g., hunting, fishing, hiking); (6) shopping; (7) night life or dancing; (8) going to the beach; (9) playing golf, tennis or going skiing; (10) attending sports events; and (11) gambling.
(as referred to in logic models) The actions needed to implement a program, deliver a service, carry out planned strategiesRelated terms: processes, strategies, methods, action steps Innovation Network Logic Model Workbook p 10Source web site
Services or functions carried out by a program (i.e., what the program does). FOR EXAMPLE, treatment programs may screen clients at intake, complete placement assessments, provide counseling to clients, etc.
Activities in Moodle are educational things to do. They include, for example: discussing a topic in a forum, writing a journal entry, submitting anassignment, or completing a quiz. Keyword(s): activitiesee
An operation or work process internal to an organisation, intended to produce specific outputs (e.g. products or services). Activities are the primary link in the chain through which outcomes are achieved.