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  • Identify what has been successful Gather feedback from those not engaged Vs.Measuring impact retrospectivelyPerceived impact is subjectiveExternal factors influence skills development
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  • Approx. 700 module coordinatorsOnly possible to target academic staffNot all module coordinators are academic staff and not all academic staff are module coordinatorsTargeting email – approx 1,900College Liaison Librarian contactsThree weeks
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  • Tours good for using better & broader range resources of improved ability at finding informationSignificant proportion feel tours are not good for citing and plagiarism awarenessDisagreement regarding students being better at everythingFeel Taught postgrads get more out of tour in all aspectsSignificant difference to UGs is that no disagreement in all aspects except plagiarism
  • Similar to tours at good:Lectures good for better & broader range of resources & improved ability at finding informationLess disagree that students more aware of citing & plagiarismDisagreement regarding students being better at everything
  • Significantly better in all aspectsMost noticeable is that very few disagree with anyStage 2 significantly more positive
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  • 04 lorna - acil 2013

    1. 1. The impact of informationliteracy instructionLorna Dodd, User Services Manager, UCD Librarylorna.dodd@ucd.ie@LornaDodd
    2. 2. Capture ….… a picture of our impact to date
    3. 3. No single strategy forInformationLiteracyHeavy load ofinformation skills, drivenby individualsSometimes evaluatebut rarelymeasureNo clearindicationinmeeting learningoutcomesLessons from the past
    4. 4. Needs of the present…New Strategic PlanNew staffing structureShift from module toprogramme approachShift from responsiveto consultative role
    5. 5. Looking down the tracks…
    6. 6. Create abalance…Measuring impactretrospectivelyPerceived impact issubjectiveExternal factors influenceskills developmentIdentify what has been successful
    7. 7. Survey all module coordinators
    8. 8. Promotion
    9. 9. SurveyResults
    10. 10. Yes 43%No 35%Don’t know22%Has the Library ever delivered instruction in your module?
    11. 11. 35%Lecture33%Workshop25%Tour7%OtherWhat kind of instruction did your students have?
    12. 12. Use better quality resourcesImproved ability at finding informationUse a broader range of resourcesBetter at citing informationMore aware of plagiarismImpact of Library Instruction
    13. 13. “Students have alwaysreceived instruction to dateand so difficult to answer thecomparisonquestions below”
    14. 14. “…it makes a noticeable difference in thequalityof assignment students produce. TheLibrary Tutorial is typically rated as one of the mostimportant lectures they have in that Stage 1 module.”
    15. 15. Respondentswere askedhow effectiveinstructionwas atimprovingstudents’informationliteracy skills.When they requestinstruction, do theyusually consider this?
    16. 16. We can provethere is a definitebenefit inLibrary instructionWe havestrongerevidence indiscovery and useof resources
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