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Information Literacy: Assessment & Evaluation

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GCC Library Information LIteracy Assessment and Evaluation

Assessment and Evaluation methods are used by the GCC Library Information Literacy program to ensure that students reach the standards required and that our teaching practices remain at the highest levels.

Our programmatic assessment employs a variety of methods and measures and, because assessment is strongly linked to planning, it is designed to provide information feedback that can be used to improve services. It is a continuous, iterative process.

Our teaching assessment similarly employs a range of techniques including:

-evaluation forms
-surveys
-informal feedback
-pre-and post-tests
-quizzes

This approach is used in many of our information literacy instruction sessions and we aim to continue to standardize our formal language and methodologies across the entire Information Literacy program while continuing to offer informal and personal feedback and assessment.

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