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“But How Do We know It’s Working?” Designing Effective Evaluation of Web-Based Information Literacy Instruction. Presented at Pennsylvania Library Association Conference, Hershey, PA. November 2002.
This presentation outlined the evaluation tools designed by the Wilfrid Laurier University Library to determine the extent of learning among students who completed the library’s online tutorial in basic information competence ...
An Investigation of the Information Literacy Instruction Practices, Attitudes and Knowledge of University Faculty: Findings and Recommendations Based on Survey and Interview Research at York University
This session will provide a critical review of key results from research conducted with full-time faculty in a wide range of disciplines at York University, Toronto. Findings regarding faculty perceptions of the meaning ...
Web-based Information Literacy : Laurier’s Assessment Plan.
Focused on the design of effective evaluation instruments in an online instructional environment by reference to the creation, implementation, and results of an assessment plan applied over a two year period to evaluate ...
Charting the Course of Information Literacy with SAILS. Presented at Ontario Library Association (OLA) Super Conference, Toronto, Ontario, 2006.
Focused on why SAILS was chosen as the instrument to evaluate information literacy competencies among undergraduate students at the University of Western Ontario and at York University, how it was implemented and promoted ...
An Investigation of the Information Literacy Instruction Practices, Attitudes, and Knowledge of University Faculty: Results of a Web-based Survey at York University, Canada
This presentation provides an overview of key findings and recommendations of a survey of full-time faculty at York University, which investigated their information literacy instruction practices, attitudes, and knowledge. ...