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We are working on this, partnering with campus assessment experts.
We’re currently working on creating an assessment program with the Rhetoric department.
Will collect IDs at instructional sessions beginning Fall 2014.
Working with institutional research unit on long-range impact of info lit instruction in a multi year ethnographic study.
Answered No N=3
But we plan to.
But we should and will.
Currently working on linking Libraries’ instruction efforts to data provided through the Student Experience in the
Research University (SERU) survey.
26. What data do you gather related to participation in instructional activities in library learning
spaces? Check all that apply. N=70
Number of classes/activities 70 100%
Number of participants 70 100%
Type of participants 61 87%
Class/activity location 53 76%
Class/activity duration 52 74%
Class/activity topic 51 73%
Other data 23 33%
Please briefly describe the other data gathered. N=23
Active Learning Classrooms: collect data on perceptions of student learning and pedagogy and pedagogical
best practices.
Activities that are integrated into Blackboard course management software
Affiliations with formal courses
Amount of time required to develop curriculum and online support tools. Marking time required (for any in
class assignments)
Attendee affiliation/status
Department, course number, staff involved
Fine Arts: credit classes and team taught classes have academic evaluations that identify participants participate in
learning outcomes assessment in individual departments.
For course-integrated instructional activities we record the course name, number, and academic department.
For general education requirement courses (information literacy embedded) there are formal assessment data collected
by campus assessment efforts related to course assignments and outcomes. Again, this is not directly related to next-
generation learning spaces, but rather in traditional learning spaces.
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