Category Archives: Student Experience/Engagement

“Thinking like an Educator” and Demonstrating Value Like a Service Provider

“Leveraging Emerging Learning Technologies to Promote Library Instruction” By Beth Strickland, Laurie Alexander, Amanda Peters, and Catherine Morse June 3, 2013, Educause Review: http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/leveraging-emerging-learning-technologies-promote-library-instruction As we think about the value added by library services and instruction, the article “Leveraging Emerging more »

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Information Literacy Assessment and the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)

A session at ALA in Anaheim entitled, “Feasible, Scalable, and Measurable; information literacy assessment and the National Survey of Student Engagement” focused on presenting a draft module for the NSSE survey in 2013 to include more focused questions on information more »

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Getting Started with Small-Scale Local Studies

Following up on Megan’s article,  in this and future postings, we’re going to try and look at different aspects of measuring value as outlined at the end of the report in the Research Agenda.  In the section “What to Do more »

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