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Friday, May 8 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Setting a Foundation of Instructional Assessment: Building and Revising a Student Learning Assessment Plan

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Building an instructional assessment plan is an essential tool for libraries to demonstrate their impact on student learning. An instructional assessment plan also helps improve instructional practices and contributes to the story of library value on college campuses. How can librarians build, implement, and assess one of these plans for continued instructional program success?

In this session librarians at a large, public university will outline how they built a program-wide, multi-year assessment plan, implemented the plan, and revised it after gathering feedback on its effectiveness. This session will give attendees the tools they need to build a successful instructional assessment plan.

Participants will:
  • Describe the collaborative process of revising assessment plans.
  • Examine ways to engage and empower librarians and library staff in the assessment process.
  • Be able to create a framework for a student learning assessment plan.

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Ashley Blinstrub

University Libraries, George Mason University
Ashley Blinstrub is the Student Success and Inclusion Librarian at George Mason University. Ashley is passionate about creating inclusive teaching environments and continuously improving library services and programs. She earned her Master of Science in Information from the University... Read More →
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Maoria J. Kirker

Lead, Teaching and Learning Team, George Mason University
Maoria J. Kirker is the Teaching and Learning Team Lead for the University Libraries. She supports students with their research in the Honors College and leads a team of 12 librarians and staff dedicated to helping undergraduates learn information literacy concepts and skills.

Friday May 8, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT