12 Association of Research Libraries Research Library Issues 301 2020 In the initial attempt of crafting a logic model for the UEP, though it captured the essence of a student-centered approach, it failed to articulate specific details of an undergraduate engagement program and did not set attainable and measurable goals. Through trial and Undergraduate Engagement Program Logic Model Inputs Outputs Outcomes—Impacts Participants Activities Short-term Intermediate- term Long-term What internal stakeholders and resources are needed? What external stakeholders and resources are needed? Who does the Undergraduate Engagement Program reach or benefit? What type of program is implemented? Results in terms of learning Results in terms of changing action Results in terms of changing conditions Teaching and Learning Committee Student Success Committee Research Services and Resources Department (RSR/ISR) Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Council and Cultural Competency Training Director of Communications Assessment Coordinator Library Resources: Meeting Rooms, Labs, Current Collections Collections Budget, Marketing and Promotional Budget (Broadly— Student Affairs and Student Academic Support) Office of Global Engagement Academic Units Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change Office of Diversity Co-curricular Programs Undergraduate Student Government UIC Registered Student Organizations Undergraduate Students External Stakeholders Library Internal Stakeholders Finals Week Relaxation Station Library Orientation Sessions Library Information Literacy Sessions (Main Focus: ENG 160/ENG 161) Pop-up Library at Student Events and Student Organizations Research Clinics (Collaboration with Specific Departments at Student Support Units) Research Consultations Students will be able to: Explore the Library Website as a Resource See Themselves Reflected in and Connected to Library Collections and Services Engage in Library Activities That Address Holistic Needs of Student Life to Actively Participate in Rigors of Academic Achievement Have Successful Retention from First Year to Second Year Students will be able to: Articulate and Apply Information Literacy Skills Initiate Research Consultations, Purchase Requests, and Other Requests to Support Their Research Articulate Resources in the Library and Their Value to Others (Library Spaces, Services, Tools, and Resources) Establish New Opportunities for the Library to Better Integrate into Campus Life Experiences Students will be able to: Demonstrate How the Library Empowers Them to Succeed Complete Their Undergraduate Education in 6 Years Maintain a 3.0 GPA
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