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Library Instruction Assessment  

This guide will help faculty and librarians gain ideas and understanding regarding the information seeking skills of our students.
Last Updated: Feb 3, 2014 URL: http://libguides.harpercollege.edu/assessment Print Guide RSS Updates

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Scheduling a Library Instruction Session

 

Welcome to the Harper College Library

Welcome to the Guide for Library Instruction Assessment

 

On this guide you will find,

  • Information about the library instruction program at Harper College Library
  • The objectives of the library instruction program in regards to student learning outcomes
  • Standards for Information Literacy set forth by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL).
  • Exercises and tools designed to gauge a student's information seeking skills as they relate to the ACRL Standards..
  • Search Strategy Exercises that students can use to improve their search skills.
  • Evaluation forms for students and faculty.

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