From EBLIP to Assessment

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From EBLIP to Assessment

  1. 1. From EBLIP to Assessment Lorie Kloda McGill University Assessment Librarian EBLIP 7 July 18, 2013
  2. 2. 1 Assessment
  3. 3. Two Solitudes? Are these separate movements within librarianship forming theoretical bridges? Is some sort of merger, fusion or takeover in the future? Ryan, P. (2006). EBL and library assessment: Two solitudes? Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 1(4), 77–80. “ ” 2
  4. 4. Goals of Assessment 3
  5. 5. 4 http://www.flickr.com/photos/nationalmediamuseum/7649948668/
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  7. 7. EBLIP Process Articulate the problem Assemble evidence Appraise for quality & quantity Agree on the way forward Adapt 6
  8. 8. EBLIP Process Articulate the problem Assemble evidence Appraise for quality & quantity Agree on the way forward Adapt 7
  9. 9. Getting research evidence into practice
  10. 10. Evidence Summaries
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  12. 12. EBLIP Formulate Search Appraise Apply Evaluate Assessment Question Gather Analyze Conclude/Decide Discuss/Apply 11
  13. 13. Widening the EBLIP Model Articulate the problem Assemble evidence Appraise for quality & quantity Agree on the way forward Adapt 12
  14. 14. Getting assessment evidence into practice Local evidence
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  16. 16. 15 Gerlich, B. K., & Berard, G. L. (2010). Testing the viability of the READ scale (Reference Effort Assessment Data): Qualitative statistics for academic reference services. College and Research Libraries, 71(2), 116–137.
  17. 17. How do EBLIP & assessment fit together? Published evidence Local evidence
  18. 18. 17 Published evidence Local evidence Articulate Assemble evidence Appraise Agree Adapt
  19. 19. A culture of assessment is an organizational environment in which decisions are based on facts, research, and analysis, and where services are planned and delivered in ways that maximize positive outcomes and impacts for customers and stakeholders. Lakos, A., Phipps, S., & Wilson, B. Defining a ‘Culture of Assessment.’ (1998–2002), http://www.library.ucla.edu/yrl/reference/aalakos/assessment/C ulAssessToolkit/ Assessdef3-new.doc “ ” 18
  20. 20. Contact lorie.kloda@mcgill.ca @loriekloda @eblip slideshare.net/lkloda

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