Posts Tagged 'assessment'

Our new model for Freshman instruction and how it went

Learn from the success of Portland State’s integration of information literacy instruction into first-year general ed classes. Meredith Farkas breaks it down. @InformationWantstoBeFree

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“Revising the ‘one-shot’… collaborating with writing faculty to rebuild a library instruction session”

Librarians and English faculty at one college participated in a year-long study identifying learning goals, integrating active learning techniques and conducting meaningful assessment… Read article @CRL

“All together now: getting faculty, administrators, and staff engaged in information literacy assessment”

Succeeding in an area in which many libraries struggle, the Coates Library at Trinity University offers a model for libraries seeking to actively engage their campuses… Read article

“Making assessment less scary”

Making assessment less scary: academic libraries collaborate on an information literacy assessment model. @CRLn Read article…

“Google Spreadsheets and real-time assessments”

Published October 2012, this is a little gem. Shannon R. Simpson explains how to get instant feedback for library instruction using Google Drive spreadsheets, which allow up to 50 users to access a spreadsheet (composed of assessment questions) at one time (note: Google Docs is now known as Google Drive). Read full text here


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