- What are the areas or topics that you would like most learn more about in a library orientation session?
- When you search for articles for this paper, which search tool(s) do you use? Pick more than one option
- If you were given a journal article citation, and were told that the article was available full-text, would you be able to locate the full-text article?
- Do you have a RefWorks Account?
- Do you have any burning questions about research that you want to be sure I cover?
Assessment: January 2011 Archives
Laurel and Kim shared examples of the questions they used as they surveyed students a few days before their scheduled library instruction session. They presented their results in a poster at the Library Assembly on Dec. 1 (see this blog post).
See more questions and examples of preliminary text from the document in the IL toolkit: http://www.delicious.com/UMIL. I hope to experiment with this during spring semester. Has anyone else tried this? Seems like post-possibly learning outcome type questions aren't far behind...
They announced the draft program for LILAC (Librarians' Information Literacy Annual Conference) for April...now just have to figure out how to get to London! Here are some of the titles that caught my eye:
Read the abstracts at: http://lilacconference.com/WP/programme/abstracts/
- "But this is a library!": Deploying the Cookie Monster for Undergraduate Library Inductions
- Information Management for Knowledge Creation: Facilitating the PhD candidates' interaction with scientific information in their research and publishing process
- Developing students' digital literacy skills to live, work and thrive in a digital world
- Ready to Research? An off-the-shelf solution enabling research students to assess their information literacy