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Evidence Based Decisions for Information Literacy Programs. Gabriela Sonntag Information Literacy Program Coordinator [email protected]

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Evidence Based Decisions for Information Literacy Programs

Gabriela Sonntag

Information Literacy Program Coordinator

[email protected]


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“… we have to wonder whether we will continue to win support for our initiatives in the current strained economy and networked environment of freely accessible web-based information without conducting meaningful and convincing outcomes assessments.” Troll, 2002


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Documents for Assessment

  • Characteristics of Best Practice (ACRL)

  • Nine Principles of Best Practice (AAHE)

  • ACRL Standards for Libraries in Higher Education

Provide guidelines for an assessment plan.


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Nine Principles

  • Educational values

  • Multidimensional, integrated and revealed in performance

  • Clear explicitly stated purposes

  • Outcomes and experiences

  • Ongoing not episodic

  • Involves educational community

  • Illuminates what we care about

  • Promotes change

  • Makes us accountable


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Ask:

“How (or what) is the library expected to contribute to the institution’s mission?”

“What or How is the ILP expected to contribute to the institution’s mission?”


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Satisfaction

Use of materials

Use of webguides

Use of the spaces

Number of courses

Number of hours

Growth of program

Evidence


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