Upstairs-Downstairs: Working with a campus assessment coordinator and other allies for effective information literacy assessmentLibrary Faculty Publications and Presentations
Document TypeConference Proceeding
- Information literacy,
- Academic libraries
AbstractAt a 2008 assessment conference, Megan Oakleaf and Lisa Hinchliffe noted that one barrier librarians face when trying to conduct assessment is lack of coordination. This barrier was removed for Golden Gate University's (GGU) librarians when Lisa Kramer was hired as Director of Assessment and Evaluation and made her expertise and support available to us. She helped us understand the difference between program evaluation and learning assessment, and acted as a sounding board in the design of a new assessment study. We describe our environment at GGU, our assessment goals, and our study design, then discuss preliminary results and possible next steps.
Citation InformationAmy R. Hofer and Margot Hanson. "Upstairs-Downstairs: Working with a campus assessment coordinator and other allies for effective information literacy assessment" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/amy_hofer/5/