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Just In Time Assessment: Maximizing the Effectiveness of Course-Integrated Library Instruction

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  • 1. http://www.flickr.com/photos/shiyazuni/3406692752/ Jenny Dale Amy Harris UNC Greensboro
  • 2. What is just-in-time assessment? • No, really, what is just-in-time assessment? – Based on principles of just-in-time teaching, with some significant changes – Adapting traditional classroom assessment techniques to our unique educational setting – A type of formative assessment
  • 3. Using technology for assessment
  • 4. Classroom response systems Cons • Costly – Money – Time • Platform-specific • Interactive • Anonymous • Reporting features Pros http://www.flickr.com/photos/waiferx/3175594506/
  • 5. LibGuides Polling Cons • Platform-specific – you must have LibGuides • Interactive • Anonymous • Immediate data Pros eng 101N
  • 6. Poll Everywhere Cons • Free • Fast • Easy to embed Pros http://www.flickr.com/photos/secretlondon/3598534263/ • Access to either computers or cell phones is required psc 240
  • 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/marsi/2208227079/ Kicking it old school
  • 8. Beyond the one-minute paper • What are some of the limitations of traditional one-minute papers and similar classroom assessment techniques? – These often turn out to be qualitative reports of experience, rather than skill-based assessments – In typical one-shots, students are long gone before we learn what they do not understand http://www.flickr.com/photos/marsi/2208227079/
  • 9. Active learning and assessment • Source evaluation • Citing sources • Students teaching students • Think-pair-share
  • 10. Questions? • Contact us! – Jenny Dale (jedale2@uncg.edu) – Amy Harris (amy_harris@uncg.edu)