Webinar: Assessing the Learning Outcomes of Library Instruction

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How do you know what students learn from library instruction sessions? As you prepare for the fall semester, join us for a free webinar on August 6 to learn about how Project Outcome for Academic Libraries can help you answer that question.

Outcome measurement is a way for libraries to assess their impact on the people they serve and to answer the question, “What good did we do?” In this webinar, participants will learn about measuring the learning outcomes of library instruction using the free Project Outcome for Academic Libraries toolkit.

The presenter, Eric Ackermann, chaired ACRL’s Project Outcome for Academic Libraries Task Force and is head of Reference Services at Radford University in Virginia. He will describe what the Project Outcome surveys are designed to measure and case studies of their use for library instruction. The webcast also highlight how these tools can be implemented to complement existing assessment work in academic libraries. Participants should consider in advance, and be prepared to share, their current instruction outcomes and assessment methods.

When: Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Central Time

Submit your FREE registration online today!