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3 (March 2000), 175–82. html. Accessed 5 March 2001. 32. St. Louis Community College, “Appendix C” of The Assessment Plan and a Five-Year Plan for Full Implementation of Assessment at St. Louis Community College (St. : The College, 1999), 4. 33. Montana State University–Bozeman, The Core Course Survey, April 1998. html. Accessed 21 Jan. 2001. 34. New Mexico University Library, Strategic Plan 1997–2002. Available: http://lib. html. Accessed 16 Jan. 2001. 35. University Libraries at Boulder, Strategic Plan.
Revisit the Sawyer Library’s strategic plan c. review other university/college planning and learning objectives documents d. use ACRL’s documents concerning standards and information literacy 3. Determine methodologies for teaching the outcomes 4. Develop curriculum-based learning modules through which the library would present the methodologies as the effort to achieve the outcomes: a. understand the learning outcomes of academic degree programs b. create modules based upon the library’s realized strengths and within its available resources c.
The elements that an outcomes assessment plan addresses include, for instance, outcomes related to content learning, written and oral skills, quantitative and literacy/verbal skills, lifelong learning, and social awareness. 10 The guide’s appendixes contain the worksheets and forms used throughout the assessment process. 11 Some of the techniques repeat or build on those previously mentioned; others add new perspectives. Following are some examples: Conduct focus group interviews with students at different levels of the major to obtain student feedback on advising, courses, and curriculum.
An Action Plan for Outcomes Assessment in Your Library by Peter Hernon