A Gateway to Outcomes Assessment    Collaborating on a Multi-Session      Library Instruction Program            Jenny Hat...
Overview    Introduction: Montgomery College & Gateway to College    Gateway to College – Library Collaboration    Outc...
Montgomery College -Gateway toCollege www.montgomerycollege.edu/gatewaytocoll                 ege                         ...
Gateway to College Students  Age                           16-21  High School GPA               1.6- 2.0  No. of High Scho...
Gateway to College Program Model          Foundation Term            Reading & Writing                  Math        Colle...
Gateway-Library Collaboration      Monday           Tuesday           Wednesday          Thursday            Friday       ...
Gateway-Library Collaboration• Summer 2010• Gateway Program Director       Instruction Librarians                      Ins...
Gateway-Library Collaboration Planning Process 1. Met Summer 2010 for initial planning 2. Identified IL skills that would ...
Learning Tools• Library Course Page:
Learning Tools• Blackboard  • Librarian Role created in Spring 2012
Session Topics & Learning Outcomes1.   Finding Primary & Secondary Sources2.   Evaluating Websites & Doing Exploratory Res...
Outcomes Assessment• Performance-based assessment activities  • Provided active learning experience  • Enabled us to evalu...
Outcomes AssessmentEvaluating Websites• Learning Outcome: Examine and compare information from  various sources in order t...
Choosing Good Sources
Rubric: Choosing Good Sources                      Very Good (2 pts) Adequate (1 pt)            Poor (0 pts)  Evaluate    ...
Outcomes AssessmentKeyword Searching• Learning Outcomes:   • Identify keywords, synonyms and related terms for the     inf...
Searching for Articles
Searching for Articles
Searching for Articles
Outcomes AssessmentClosing the loop• Revised to improve  assessment tools• Adapted session outlines to  clarify content• C...
Searching for Articles
Looking Ahead• Develop outcomes assessment plans for other parts of our  IL instruction program.• Transferability of infor...
Questions?  niyati.pandya@montgomerycollege.edujennifer.hatleberg@montgomerycollege.ed                    u
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A Gateway to Outcomes Assessment: Collaborating on a Multi-Session Library Instruction Program

  1. 1. A Gateway to Outcomes Assessment Collaborating on a Multi-Session Library Instruction Program Jenny Hatleberg Niyati Pandya Montgomery College, MD
  2. 2. Overview  Introduction: Montgomery College & Gateway to College  Gateway to College – Library Collaboration  Outcomes Assessment  Challenges & Lessons Learned  Looking Ahead
  3. 3. Montgomery College -Gateway toCollege www.montgomerycollege.edu/gatewaytocoll ege www.gatewaytocollege.org
  4. 4. Gateway to College Students Age 16-21 High School GPA 1.6- 2.0 No. of High School Credits No more than 17 credits Reading/English Proficiency Tenth grade  Challenge: Classroom management
  5. 5. Gateway to College Program Model  Foundation Term Reading & Writing Math College Survival & Success Library Sessions Career Development Academic Seminars & Application Accuplacer Assessment Transition Term Transition to college classes College classes for HS requirements REPEAT, REPEAT, REPEAT HS Diploma + College credits earned
  6. 6. Gateway-Library Collaboration Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Research & Service Learning Seminar 10AM-12PM College Success Reading College Success & Reading & Career 1-2:15PM Career Develop’t 1-2:15PM Develop’t 1 – 2:15 PM 1 – 2:15 PM Math Writing Math Writing 2:30 – 4:15 PM 2:30 – 3:4 5PM 2:30 – 4:15 PM 2:30 – 3:45PM Language Arts Seminar Math Apps 4:15 – 5:45 PM 4:45-6:15 PM
  7. 7. Gateway-Library Collaboration• Summer 2010• Gateway Program Director Instruction Librarians Instruction Librarians (3) Research & Reading/Writing Service Learning Faculty (2) Seminar Instructors (3)
  8. 8. Gateway-Library Collaboration Planning Process 1. Met Summer 2010 for initial planning 2. Identified IL skills that would be needed to complete Reading/Writing assignments 3. Developed Library Sessions based on IL skills; used ACRL Information Literacy Standards as student learning outcomes • Information Literacy Student Learning Outcomes for each session • Challenges: Coordinating across campuses
  9. 9. Learning Tools• Library Course Page:
  10. 10. Learning Tools• Blackboard • Librarian Role created in Spring 2012
  11. 11. Session Topics & Learning Outcomes1. Finding Primary & Secondary Sources2. Evaluating Websites & Doing Exploratory Research3. Evaluating Scholarly Information4. Developing Search Strategies & Doing Historical Research5. Review and Individual Research for Final Papers Challenge: Strengthening connection between Library sessions and Reading/Writing classes
  12. 12. Outcomes Assessment• Performance-based assessment activities • Provided active learning experience • Enabled us to evaluate student learning• Student Learning Outcomes determined design of activities o Examples:  Evaluating websites  Keyword Searching• Informal games, feedback forms, and reflection papers• Challenges: Time, coordination, etc.
  13. 13. Outcomes AssessmentEvaluating Websites• Learning Outcome: Examine and compare information from various sources in order to evaluate reliability, validity, accuracy, authority, timeliness, and point of view or bias• Used videos to introduce why to evaluate, as well as criteria. Viewed sample websites as class.• Online Activity: Choosing Good Sources
  14. 14. Choosing Good Sources
  15. 15. Rubric: Choosing Good Sources Very Good (2 pts) Adequate (1 pt) Poor (0 pts) Evaluate Articulates one Articulates a Does not articulate reliability based reason why this reason why this any reason why on CAPOW: would or would not would or would not this would or currency, be a reliable be a reliable would not be a authority, source, giving source, but reliable source purpose, examples based example is objectivity, and on criteria unrelated to the writing style discussed in class criteria discussed in class Identify CAPOW Correctly identifies Identifies a reason Does not identify a criteria: one of the five that relates to the criteria; criteria currency, CAPOW criteria five criteria, but identified does not authority, as a justification does not use the relate to what was purpose, for choice criteria covered in covered in class objectivity, class writing style
  16. 16. Outcomes AssessmentKeyword Searching• Learning Outcomes: • Identify keywords, synonyms and related terms for the information needed • Construct a search strategy using appropriate Boolean operators for the information retrieval system selected• Break process down into steps, using active learning activities for each • “fuzzy words” • Simon Says• Online Activity: Searching for Articles
  17. 17. Searching for Articles
  18. 18. Searching for Articles
  19. 19. Searching for Articles
  20. 20. Outcomes AssessmentClosing the loop• Revised to improve assessment tools• Adapted session outlines to clarify content• Challenges: Continuous revision
  21. 21. Searching for Articles
  22. 22. Looking Ahead• Develop outcomes assessment plans for other parts of our IL instruction program.• Transferability of information literacy skills = opportunity to use assessment tools in other classes• Building a toolbox of active learning activities
  23. 23. Questions? niyati.pandya@montgomerycollege.edujennifer.hatleberg@montgomerycollege.ed u

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