Learning outcomes workshop Fall 2011

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  • 1. Courtney Mlinar NSU Libraries Fall 2011
  • 2. 2 categories of Faculty perception: Research requirement for course? Yes No
  • 3. More Faculty Perception: Faculty require research component They are aware: students not information literate They know: library instruction improves skills They disagree: point where students should acquire skills
  • 4. Skills vs. Knowledge Skills (music, math, language): require practice and review Knowledge: building blocks
  • 5. Information LiteracyCombination of skills and knowledge:Knowledge: how information is organized, how to ethically use informationSkills: researching, writing, citation formats, managing bibliographic information, organizing resources into logical and sound research
  • 6. Developing institutionalinformation literacy awareness: Committed administration Staff Development- ACLR Instruction Proficiencieshttp://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/standards/profs tandards.cfm Attention to National StandardsACRL Information Literacy Standards-http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/standards/inde x.cfm
  • 7. Staff Proficiencies: Awareness of ACRL Standards Know Learning Outcomes for NSU Programs that are associated with information literacy Learn which courses within the curriculum are research-oriented and faculty who teach these courses Communication between reference and instruction to identify gaps
  • 8. Basic Skills: Recognize need for information Knowledge of appropriate resources Construct strategies to locate information Evaluate information Organize, apply, communicate information Synthesize information Use information ethically and appropriately
  • 9. What we know about skills: Students learn research skills better if they are assessed on them
  • 10. Students motivation:Information seeking Vs. Coping strategies
  • 11. Student research methodology Chaotic Vs. Strategic
  • 12. Obstacles: Lecture time Faculty unaware of library resources/services Faculty doubts teaching capability of librarian
  • 13. Assessment Types: Attitudinal Outcomes-based Gap-measurement Pre-Post testing Assessment within the course (rubric)
  • 14. Assessment can improve- bychanging thetiming of instruction Point-of-care instruction before assessment Vs.All-purpose instruction given at a time that is not related to the assessment
  • 15. EducationRe-invents the wheel every 15-20 years…
  • 16. Learning Outcomes Measure what students are learning as a result of our teaching: puts focus of teaching on students instead of test scores. Students who analyze their learning process become better learners Assessment on learning outcomes helps students identify their learning gaps and evaluate their learning experience
  • 17. Instructional Design: Sample questions to use as a template or model-
  • 18. 1. OutcomeWhat do you want the student to be able to do?
  • 19. 2. CurriculumWhat does the student need to know in order to perform or demonstrate the outcome?
  • 20. 3. PedagogyWhat type of instruction will best enable the learning?
  • 21. 4. AssessmentHow will the student demonstrate the learning?
  • 22. 5. Criteria/rubrics for evaluationHow will I know the student has done this well?
  • 23. Goals and Outcomes:Resources ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for HE Objectives for Information Literacy Instruction: a Model Statement for Academic Librarians Framework for 21st Century Skills Individual Academic/Professional Standards or Curricular Outcomes associated with Information Literacy
  • 24. AssessmentOutcomes should be measurableMethods and Tools: Surveys Focus groups Interviews and observations Tests Rubrics Performance assessments