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Assessment in college library instruction programs

Author: Lawrie H Merz; Beth L Mark; Association of College and Research Libraries. College Library Information Packet Committee.
Publisher: Chicago : College Library Information Packet Committee, College Libraries Section, Association of College and Research Libraries, 2002.
Series: CLIP notes, #32.
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"Information literacy is central to college-level library instruction in the United States today. In recent years, interests in assessing student outcomes in the area of information literacy have outpaced the availability of information about effective assessment tools. This CLIP Note includes the results of a survey of 293 college and university libraries that provides new information about the type and scope of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lawrie H Merz; Beth L Mark; Association of College and Research Libraries. College Library Information Packet Committee.
ISBN: 0838982018 9780838982013
OCLC Number: 49902021
Description: x, 190 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: [1.] Introduction : Background ; Survey procedures --
[2.] Analysis of survey results : General information on survey respondents ; Instruction staffing, hours, and sessions ; Types and scope of library instruction ; Content areas covered by library instruction ; Assessment of information literacy ; The ACRL standards and library instruction ; Assessment of library personnel ; Concluding comments from respondents ; Conclusion ; Works cited --
[3.] Selected bibliography --
[4.] Survey results --
[5.] Assessment documents : Pre-tests ; Pre- and post-test sets ; Assignments ; Rubics ; Tests ; Evaluation of library instruction: general ; Evaluations of library instruction: evaluation by faculty ; Evaluations of library instruction: evaluation of instructor ; Evaluations of library instruction: other ; Assessment of faculty information literacy ; Cross-campus assessment of information literacy.
Series Title: CLIP notes, #32.
Responsibility: compiled by Lawrie H. Merz, Beth L. Mark.

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"Information literacy is central to college-level library instruction in the United States today. In recent years, interests in assessing student outcomes in the area of information literacy have outpaced the availability of information about effective assessment tools. This CLIP Note includes the results of a survey of 293 college and university libraries that provides new information about the type and scope of library instruction, content areas covered, and current assessment of information literacy at the participating schools, as well as how ACRL standards are used in instruction programs and how library personnel are assessed. This volume also includes many excellent examples of information literacy assessment tools, such as bibliography analysis, portfolios, tests, one-minute papers, and other formative and summative tools. An exceptional resource for librarians interested in learning from other librarians how to improve assessment at their institutions. Selected Bibliography."--BOOK JACKET.

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