Four-Year Plan for Instruction Goals
Overview: The Library aims to promote and support students’ development across a range of skills encompassed by what scholars variously call “information literacy,” “metaliteracy,” or “transliteracy.” Common to each of these concepts is the understanding that students and other library patrons, in order to be active, critical users and finders of information, must possess the following skills:
Four-year Learning Goals:
Assessment Overview: The Library measures instructional effectiveness by gathering feedback from students—via evaluations handed out at the end of class or after individual meetings—and assessing it based on the goals and expectations embedded in the Library’s mission statement and enumerated in the Library’s stated goals for instruction for all four years of undergraduate instruction. Students highlight important concepts that they learned in instruction sessions as well as those that need to be added in the future. Bibliographers also work closely with faculty members in planning assignments and gather feedback from those individuals after sessions.
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