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Presentation
Failure to Launch: Dissemination of Information Literacy Skills in a Learning Community [Poster]
American Library Association Annual Conference - ACRL Assessment in Action Poster Session (2015)
  • Annie Smith, Utah Valley University
  • Emily Bullough, Utah Valley University
  • Lesli A Baker, Utah Valley University
  • Jeffrey A Johnson, Utah Valley University
  • Quinn Koller, Utah Valley University
Abstract
The Utah Valley University Library provides information literacy instruction via online tutorial, class workshops, and a for-credit course (CLSS 1050). In Fall 2014, CLSS 1050 was paired with a general psychology course (PSY 1010) in a learning community. Student performance on three assignments was assessed in comparison to the work of students who were not members of the learning community by a team of three librarians and two UVU staff members as part of the Association of College and Research Libraries’ Assessment in Action project. The results of the assessment show that information literacy skills are not being transferred between CLSS 1050 and PSY 1010 unless students were explicitly instructed to make use of them for class assignments.
Keywords
  • Library Instruction,
  • Information Literacy,
  • Learning Communities
Publication Date
June 27, 2015
Citation Information
Smith, A., Bullough, E., Baker, L., Johnson, J. A., & Koller, Q. (2015, June). Failure to launch: Dissemination of information literacy skills in a learning community. Poster presentation at the American Library Association Annual Conference, ACRL Assessment in Action Poster Session, San Francisco, CA. Retrieved from http://works.bepress.com/annie_smith/19