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Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
Spring 2014 exit survey
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Spring 2014 exit survey

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Results of LATI Spring 2014 cohort exit survey

Results of LATI Spring 2014 cohort exit survey

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  • 1. LATI Spring 2014 Exit Survey June, 2014
  • 2. Spring 2014 • Cohort size = 29 (including 3 not in public service) • Responses = 21 • Response rate = 72%
  • 3. Q3: Examples of how LAs are using what they learned • Model reference behaviors (5) – saving time and limiting assumptions – using in customer service with member libraries • Increased use of databases, and confidence in using (3) • Answering specific legal questions (2) • Using Diigo lists (2) • Advising teen readers with confidence • Using RA resources to find subject headings for cataloging • Set up display for job seekers • Got more involved in working with teen collection and programming
  • 4. Q6: Improvements to content? (9 total) • Syllabus needs to be in calendar format • Some topics didn’t need a full session, others needed more time • Tell participants to bring their library cards with them • Questions on movie readers advisory should reflect the presentation • More time on programming and collection management • Fewer charts • Eliminate Google hands-on and spend more time exploring Pratt • More in-depth review of library reference material • I am not in public service and LATI is solely focused on working the customer service desk
  • 5. Improvements to delivery? (11) • Spread out homework evenly (2) • More F2F, less online (2) • More hands-on learning in F2F sessions • Earlier access to wiki • “For the love of all that is right in this world, provide coffee. All day. Especially after lunch.” • Less homework—it took away from my other responsibilities • Less time on homework and more time on instruction • Long drive from the shore, move some of the F2F sessions • More focus on using RA resources, less on good books to read
  • 6. Q9: What else would you like us to know? (15) • Would like smaller groups for online sessions, I tend to hang back in larger groups • Could it end 2 weeks earlier so we could get CEUs for going to MLA? • Compile all Diigo lists together, like an annotated bibliography • My supervisor was fresh out of LATI—would have learned more from an MLS supervisor • Enjoyed specific sessions, wonderful experience overall, better than I expected, etc. (5) • Too much homework/busywork (2) • Issues with feedback providers (2) • Great reinforcement • Presenters very professional and helpful

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