Incorporating Outcomes into Library Measurement and Assessment
|Introductions; Participant Identification; Advanced Organizer Review; Appendices Review||Lecture; Audience Input/Profile||9:00-9:45|
|Why measure outcomes?||Lecture; Audience Input/Successes and Failures||9:45-10:15|
|What are the more traditionally used methods of tracking, measuring and using library resource and services? What still works||Lecture; Self-directed identification of existing data collection; Brief website introduction||10:15-11:00|
|What is the language of outcomes and outcomes measurement? Why/where can I use in libraries? Which data gathering methods might be supplanted by outcomes and which might be replaced?||Lecture; Self-directed design of institutional outline; Group brainstorming of consortial possibilities||11:00-12:00|
|What process should we design to integrate outcomes measurement into library programs and services? -Pre outcomes design discussions||Lecture||1:00-1:30|
How does one identify appropriate data collection and measurement for program or service outcomes?|
-Designing outcomes for a library program or service
-What measurement elements do we look for?
-What specific measurements can we use?
-Who provides the “whom?”
-And how do we work with “whom?”
-And how do we present our data?
|Lecture; Self-identification for consortial; Large group discussion and comparison of possible outcomes||1:30-3:00|
Data Collection Method for Outcome
Population/Who Should Benefit and Why?
IMLS Logic Model – Completed
IMLS Logic Model – To Be Completed
Getting Started in Assessing – Example
Getting Started in Assessing – To Be Completed
Outcomes for K-12 – Example
Info Lit Higher Ed Outcomes – Example
Program Outcomes – Interview Assessment - Example
Snapshot Assessment – Content w/Examples
ACRL Selected Information Literacy Outcomes
ACRL Selected Good Practice Outcomes
Higher education objectives/outcomes
Summary of Program Outcome Model
|Presenter-led group review of documents||3:00-3:45|