ʽMeasuring That Which Is Valued’: Implementing and Managing Efficient Formative Assessment and Evaluation of Library Instruction
information literacy instruction, evaluation of teaching, assessment of learning
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Information Literacy | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Libraries can demonstrate value through evaluation and assessment. This study describes the development and piloting of a hybrid evaluation and assessment instrument in a Freshman Composition course at the University of South Dakota. Data analysis, reflection, and revision of the evaluation/assessment tool and process are discussed. The University Libraries are implementing scalable formative assessment and evaluation of library instruction using the Information Literacy Instruction Assessment Cycle and simple cost-effective delivery methods that allow quick and efficient collection and analysis of data in a variety of instructional settings.
Brick and Click Libraries: Proceedings of an Academic Libraries Conference, 5-6 Nov. 2015, Maryville, MO
Northwestern Missouri State University
Frank Baudino and Carolyn Johnson
Leibiger, Carol A., and Alan W. Aldrich. “ʽMeasuring That Which Is Valued’: Implementing and Managing Efficient Formative Assessment and Evaluation of Library Instruction.” Brick and Click Libraries: Proceedings of an Academic Libraries Conference, 5-6 Nov. 2015, Maryville, MO, edited by Frank Baudino and Carolyn Johnson, Northwestern Missouri State University, 9-25. https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED561244.pdf.