You have one hour: developing a standardized library orientation and evaluating student learning
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Library orientations continue to excite, or plague, instruction librarians everywhere. Reaching first year students early can preempt academic heartache and research woes, yet the question of “what students really need” continues to evolve. This article presents a case study of a large-scale implementation of library orientations. The main issue addressed in this article involves a systematic review of students’ post-instruction responses and assessment of their learning. Related elements mentioned in this article include: interdepartmental participation; curriculum design; and instructional technology. While this implementation may not be appropriate for all academic libraries, its components may offer ideas for augmenting existing programs or building new ones.
Brown, E. (2017). You have one hour: developing a standardized library orientation and evaluating student learning. Education Libraries. http://dx.doi.org/10.26443/el.v40i1.19
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