Upon successful completion of the program, the student will be able to:
1. Employ strategic processes of inquiry to guide and refine information needs and search strategies (IIT, COK).
2. Select appropriate sources based upon information need and context (CRT, IIT, COK).
3. Use information ethically by citing sources in a standard citation style, with minimal errors (IIT, RES, COK).
4. Practice synthesizing information from more than one source into a new information product. (COM, CRT, IIT, ICD, RES, COK)
5. Demonstrate the effective use of electronic search strategies (IIT, COK).
If you have questions about any of this data, please concact the library's instruction assessment coordinator, Heather Gillanders.
The following is an overview of assessment (what it is, it's purpose, and how it is conducted) and the role of an assessment librarian:
The following are reports from the biennial student survey, which measure the importance of and satisfaction with the library's instruction program and resources.
The following are reports from the biennial faculty surveys, which measure the importance of and satisfaction with the library's instruction program and resources.
The following are reports from our pre and postassessments of students in LS 101, Introduction to Research. These assessments measure student achievement of our course learning outcomes (CLOs).
The following are reports from our annual PLO projects.
The following reports are from assessments of our fifty-minute library research workshops, which are commonly called "one-shots." The purpose of these instruction sessions is to help students learn and develop the skills and competencies needed to be successful in research assignments for specific courses.
This is a living document that is updated annually. It allows us to capture all of the assessment work in which we are currently engaged and set priorities for the given academic year.
The following is the Library's 5-year instructional assessment plan for 2017-2022; this indicates how the library will evaluate each of its program learning outcomes (PLOs) during this time period.
The program review is an annual self-evaluation submitted to the Executive Vice President for Academic & Student Affairs that allows all programs at TCC to reflect on program performance relative to the college mission and strategic plan.
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