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.
Presentation by Heather Gillanders at the biannual Library Assessment Conference, 2016.
Library research workshop ("one-shot") assessments
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.
In April 2022, the library conducted two focus groups with BIPOC students in order to understand how students of color use and interact with the library resources and services at TCC, to listen to their specific needs and experiences, and to make positive changes to the library based on that feedback. The focus groups also served to provide further insight into the results of five biennial student surveys conducted by the library faculty between 2013 and 2021. Please find the final report below.
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