Assess This !?!
Assessing Student Learning and Making It Count

A Brainstorming Session presented by the Teaching Methods Committee of the Instruction Section of ACRL - Midwinter Conference 2003.
Selected Bibliography

Adams, M.. (1993). Evaluation. In: Katherine Branch & C. Dunsenbury (Eds.), Sourcebook for bibliographic instruction, (pp. 45-58). Chicago: Bibliographic Instruction Section, Association of College and Research Libraries, American Library Association.

Angelo, T. A., & Cross, P. (1993). Classroom assessment techniques : a handbook for college teachers. 2nd ed., San Francisco, CA, Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Bober, C., Poulin, S., & Vileno, L. (1995). Evaluating library instruction in academic libraries: a critical review of the literature, 1980-1993. The Reference Librarian, no. 51-52, 53-71.

Carter, E. W. (2002). Doing the best you can with what you have: lessons learned from outcomes assessment. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 28, 36-41.

Colborn, N.W., & Cordell, R. M. (1998). Moving from subjective to objective assessments of your instruction program. Reference Services Review, 26, 125-137.

Dugan, R.E. & Hernon, P. (2002). Outcomes assessment: not synonymous with inputs and outputs. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 28(6), 376-380.

Faust, J., Ginno, E., Laherty, J., Manuel, K., and Ramsdell, K. (2001). To test or not to test: is there a question? A presentation for the 29th National LOEX Conference.

Greer, A., Weston, L., & Alm, M. (1991). Assessment of learning outcomes: a measure of progress in library literacy. College and Research Libraries, 52, 549-57.

Grover, R. (1993). Assessing information skills instruction. Reference Librarian, 44, 173-189.

Iannuzzi, P. (1999). We are teaching, but are they learning: Accountability, productivity, and assessment. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 25(4), 304-305.

Johnson, A.M. (2001). Library instruction and information literacy- 2000. Reference Services Review, 29, 338-361.

Knight, L.R. (2002). The role of assessment in library user education. Reference Services Review, 30, 15-24.

Lindauer, B.G. (1998). Defining and measuring the library's impact on campuswide outcomes. College and Research Libraries, 59, 546-63.

Lopéz, C.L. (2002). Assessment of student learning: challenges and strategies. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 28(6), 356-367.

Rabine, J. & Cardwell, C. (2000). Start making sense: practical approaches to outcomes assessment for libraries. Research Strategies, 17, 319-335.

Ragains, P. (2001). Assessment in Library & Information Literacy Instruction.

_________. (1997). Evaluation of academic librarians' instructional performance: report of a national survey. Research Strategies, 15, 159-175.

Riddle, J. S., & Hartman, K. A. (2000). But are they learning anything? Designing an assessment of first year library instruction. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 7(2), 59-69.

Samson, S. (2000). What and when do they know? Web-based assessment. Reference Services Review, 28, 335-42.

Smith, K. R. (2001). New roles and responsibilities for the university library: advancing student learning through outcomes assessment. Journal of Library Administration, 35(4), 29-36.

Stewart, S. L. (1998). Assessment for library instruction: the Cross/Angelo model. Research Strategies, 16, 165-74.

Williams, J. L. (2000). Creativity in assessment of library instruction. Reference Services Review, 28, 323-34.

This bibliography and the minutes from this session will be available on the IS web site under IS Teaching Methods Committee Brainstorming Sessions


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