Using selected assessment data to inform information literacy program planning with campus partners
Source of Publication
Communication and collaboration with campus constituencies is essential for information literacy (IL) program planning and development. Librarians at Weber State University (WSU) have gathered and used selected assessment data to inform campus partners about the IL program and build their involvement in developing students' IL skills. A student survey assignment, course-integrated instruction data, information literacy competency exam data, and data collected from for-credit library science courses at WSU were analyzed and shared. Activities resulting from the sharing of this data with campus partners are described. © 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Medicine and Health Sciences
Jackson, Shaun; Hansen, Carol; and Fowler, Lauren, "Using selected assessment data to inform information literacy program planning with campus partners" (2004). All Works. 3872.
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