Title

ʽMeasuring That Which Is Valued’: Implementing and Managing Efficient Formative Assessment and Evaluation of Library Instruction

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Date

2015

Keywords

information literacy instruction, evaluation of teaching, assessment of learning

Disciplines

Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Information Literacy | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Abstract

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.

Publication Title

Brick and Click Libraries: Proceedings of an Academic Libraries Conference, 5-6 Nov. 2015, Maryville, MO

Publisher

Northwestern Missouri State University

Editor(s)

Frank Baudino and Carolyn Johnson

First Page

9

Last Page

25

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