Pomona ID1 Portfolio Checklist Fall 2011 Use this checklist to help you develop your ID1 course portfolios in the Sakai Instruction Services project site. There are four phases of the portfolio process – pre-‐instruction, in-‐class, post-‐instruction, and end-‐of-‐semester. Pre-‐instruction tasks 1) Upload syllabus, assignment prompts, and any other course-‐related materials you receive to Sakai ID1 course folder 2) Upload/link to any course materials you developed (e.g., LibGuides, assignments, handouts) to Sakai ID1 course folder for this course In-‐class task 3) Ask students to fill out this survey during the last few minutes of the final class visit: http://tinyurl.com/ccl-‐id1studenteval Post-‐instruction tasks 4) Fill out a three question reflection (in Sakai ID1 Resources folder) and upload to Sakai 5) Email survey to faculty soon after the final instructional interaction with their class: http://tinyurl.com/ccl-‐id1facultyeval End-‐of-‐semester tasks (after student work has been completed and before winter break) -‐-‐-‐ Send an email to faculty with two requests [see prompt below] -‐-‐-‐ 6) Complete the end-‐of-‐term library instruction survey: http://tinyurl.com/ccl-‐id1facultyendofterm 7) Request examples of three representative research-‐related student assignments (poor, average and exemplary) Email prompt for end-‐of-‐semester tasks: Greetings, ________. Thanks so much for involving me/us in your ID1 course this semester. It was [[**the most incredible experience of my natural born life**]]. In an effort to improve the way we support these courses, this year we are assessing the Llibrary’s contribution to student learning in ID1. Toward this end, we have two requests for you: 1) Please complete the following end-‐of-‐term survey: tinyurl.com/ccl-‐id1facultyendofterm 2) If possible, please provide three examples of student research-‐related work (poor, average and exemplary) via email or intercampus mail. You are free to redact names, and be assured that these assignments will only be viewed by librarians in the context of a post-‐semester retreat geared toward evaluating the Library’s impact on student research output in ID1. If you have any questions about our assessment efforts, please contact Char Booth (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Gale Burrow, (email@example.com).