Evaluating library instruction: sample questions, forms, and strategies for practical use

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American Library Association, 1996 - Business & Economics - 174 pages
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Simplify your approach to planning, creating, and evaluating your library instruction program -- and save yourself valuable time -- with the wealth of materials outlined in this book. No guide is more current in addressing the electronic aspects of modern library instruction. Here, in one expertly assembled guide, you will find: -- Step-by-step advice on presurvey planning-- Strategies and survey questions for evaluating class work, instructors, and instructional materials and equipment-- Usable questions organized under 14 areas-- Glossary, bibliography, and sample questionnaires-- Sample attitude and measurement scales

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This handbook is the collective effort of current members of the American Library Association Library Instruction Round Table (LIRT) Research Committee, chaired by Diana D. Shonrock. Designed as a ... Read full review

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Model Questions for Evaluation instruments
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