Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12164/147
Title: How are we doing?: Using faculty feedback to assess the impact of library instruction on student work
Authors: Weiner, Nancy J.
Berg, Cara
Keywords: Assessment;Faculty Attitudes;Faculty Surveys;Library Instruction;Student Work;Library Science
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Special Libraries Association. Academic Division
Citation: Weiner, N. J., & Berg, C. E. (2018). How are we doing?: Using faculty feedback to assess the impact of library instruction on student work. Practical Academic Librarianship: The International Journal of the SLA Academic Division, 8 (2). Retrieved from https://journals.tdl.org/pal/index.php/pal/article/view/7060.
Abstract: Data collected from surveys of faculty who brought their students for library instruction provide the basis for this article. Faculty can be reached through surveys developed using low cost or even no-cost tools, and results have been used to help establish a connection between library instruction and quality of student work. Details on the surveys and summary data results will be highlighted as will results from a survey of faculty who do not schedule instruction, thus providing easily replicable assessment tools that can be adapted for the needs of other academic libraries.
URI: https://journals.tdl.org/pal/index.php/pal/article/view/7060
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12164/147
ISSN: 1947-0037
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