Quantitative/Qualitative Analysis of Assessing Student Information Literacy Skills: The Power of Librarian-Faculty Collaborations

Title

Quantitative/Qualitative Analysis of Assessing Student Information Literacy Skills: The Power of Librarian-Faculty Collaborations

Subject

Librarian-faculty Collaboration,
Information Literacy,
Assessment,
Pre-tests,
Post-tests,
Multiple Correct Answer Questions,
Focus Group,
Quantitative Analysis,
Qualitative Analysis

Description

Librarians at the Moore Library of Rider University conducted a focus group with 12 undergraduate students during the summer of 2011 and modified an online test
used for determining students’ information literacy (IL) skills in required composition classes. Based on collaboration with a Psychology faculty member, the librarians revised the pre-test with multiple correct answer questions.

Creator

Hsieh, Ma Lei; Dawson, Patricia H.; Carlin, Michael T.

Date

2012

Rights

This resource may be copyright-protected. You may make use of this resource, with proper attribution, for educational and other non-commercial uses only. Please contact Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML) (http://www.isast.org/) for permission to reproduce.

Relation

Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML), 1, 35-42

Language

eng

Type

Text

Collection

Citation

Hsieh, Ma Lei; Dawson, Patricia H.; Carlin, Michael T. , “Quantitative/Qualitative Analysis of Assessing Student Information Literacy Skills: The Power of Librarian-Faculty Collaborations,” CALASYS - CALA Academic Resources & Repository System, accessed December 15, 2018, http://ir.cala-web.org/items/show/130.