665 Session4-usability-outcomes-s13

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LIS 665 Teaching Information Technology Literacy
Spring 2013
Dr. Diane Nahl
University of Hawaii
LIS Program

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665 Session4-usability-outcomes-s13

  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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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