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Performance Assessment in Academic Libraries through Campus Collaboration
Library Presentations
  • Debbie Sharp, University of Kentucky
  • Beth Fuchs, University of Kentucky
Abstract
Librarians and classroom faculty share the common goal of developing students’ research abilities. This session will describe a collaborative approach to performance assessment of information literacy learning outcomes, one of our general education competencies. Through collaboration with faculty, we create an assessment that aligns course requirements with information literacy learning outcomes, and that can be applied across disciplines, departments, teaching formats, and class sizes. We will model the assessment process, and participants will use our rubric to score sample responses.
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
6-30-2015
Disciplines
Notes/Citation Information

A presentation at the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AALHE) 2015 Annual Conference in Lexington, KY.

The presentation slides are available by clicking the Download button on the right. An accompanying handout is available as the additional file listed below.

Citation Information
Debbie Sharp and Beth Fuchs. "Performance Assessment in Academic Libraries through Campus Collaboration" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bethfuchs/10/