LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology LiteracyUSABILITY TESTING THE NEEDSASSESSMENT SURVEYPEER-REVIEW OF STUDENT LEARNINGOUTCOMES & PLANNED CONTENT Dr. Diane NahlNahl 2013 Spring 2013 LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy LIS Program, University of Hawaii
Extended Instructional Design Model [Handout p. 5]2 ① Needs Assessment: What do learners need to know? ② Analyze the Present: What do learners already know? ③ Define Goal & SLOs: What will students do & learn? ④ Select Formats, Methods & Materials: What are the best method(s) to teach the content & processes online? ⑤ Devise Test & Assessment Procedures: Create prototype. ⑥ Construct & Teach Prototype: Performing it online. ⑦ Evaluate & Analyze Outcomes: What did learners take away? Did they meet defined SLOs? ⑧ Revise & Recycle Steps: What will be different next time? LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy Nahl 2013
Needs Assessment (Handouts pp. 6-7)3 ① Gather information directly from learners ② Do performance analysis ③ Identify discrepancies ④ Identify resources & constraints ⑤ Rank priorities & goals ⑥ Write revised Instructional Goal Statement, SPIOs, & ACS Outcomes LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy Nahl 2013
Learner-Based Instructional Design Model for Information Literacy (Handouts p. 8)4 ① Obtain learners’ structured self-reports of information research experiences ② Use content analysis to extract SLOs ③ Classify SLOs on the info search competence matrix ④ Expand SLOs with ACS elements ⑤ Create active learning experiences for ACS SLOs ⑥ Conduct pre-test to assess skill levels ⑦ Initiate & complete instruction ⑧ Post-test to assess skill levels ⑨ Obtain structured self-reports of new information research experiences LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy Nahl 2013
Exercise: Usability Testing the Needs Assessment Survey5 Make the Form Live: Form menu, Accepting responses, Go To Live Form Copy/Paste Form URL in GG new post, click link, go to Form Everyone fills out the survey and examines the resulting spreadsheet Form menu, Show Summary of Responses Make changes as needed, test changes Make Form Live (Nahl sends link to Professor James) LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy Nahl 2013
Design Workshop: Constructing Measurable ACS Outcomes (Handout verbs pp. 15-17)6 Overall Instructional Goal (revised) (Examples p. 12) Standard (selected from ACRL competencies) Performance Indicator (based on one extracted from the chosen ACRL Standard) (Examples pp. 12-13) Measurable Outcomes (based on one or more extracted from the ACRL PI above, expressed in holistic SLOs) (Examples p. 10) [A] Affective learning outcome (attitude or value) [C] Cognitive learning outcome (thinking or solving) [S] Sensorimotor learning outcome (doing or performing) Transparency of Learning: SAOAC 5-part components (Examples pp. 9, 12) LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy Nahl 2013
Exercise: Teams Review Goal, ACRL7 SPIOs, ACS Outcomes, SAOAC Meet with your Team Examine and revise your chosen SPIOs Revise or edit ACRL Outcomes to fit your lesson content Transform ACRL Outcomes into ACS expressions pp. 10, 12, & handout of prior 665 students Create and/or revise SAOAC with criteria for meeting SLOs (e.g., % correct) pp. 9; 12 LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy Nahl 2013
Exercise: Peer-review of Goal, ACRL Standards, PIs, ACS Outcomes, SAOAC8 Meet with other Teams Google Team 4 meets Google Team 5 Identity Team 1 meets Identity Team 2 & Identity Team 3 Review other Team’s ACRL Standards, PIs & ACS Outcomes, and SAOAC (pp. 9; 12) Identify gaps, missing elements, unclear or incomplete outcomes Discuss how Outcomes will be assessed, what methods will be used to show and to provide evidence to document learning, what criteria for success is established (e.g., % correct for each). Reciprocate & review the Outcomes of the other teaching Team(s). Teams revise Outcomes & assessments based on reviews and discussion on Google Docs. LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy Nahl 2013
Next Week9 Ch. 5 Radcliff Ch 1, 2, 3 Yarmey; Oakleaf Revised SLOs for usability testing in class Draft of Active Learning Exercise keyed to Outcomes LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy Nahl 2013
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