Measuring Learning Outcomes in Library Instruction.
In: Emerging Opportunities: 20th Annual SAIL meeting
, April 27-30, 2010
The author uses clicker technology to incorporate polling and multiple choice question techniques into library instruction classes. Clickers can be used to give a keener understanding of how many students grasp the concepts presented in a specific class session. Typically, a student that aces a definition-type question will fail to answer an application-type question correctly. Immediate, electronic feedback helps to calibrate teaching approaches and gather data about learning outcomes. This presentation will analyze learning outcomes specific to scientific disciplines, and demonstrate the usefulness of clickers to engage and sustain student learning.
Conference or Workshop Item
||Measuring Learning Outcomes in Library Instruction
||The Citadel Faculty Development Fund
||Emerging Opportunities: 20th Annual SAIL meeting
||April 27-30, 2010
||clickers; audience response systems; bibliographic instruction; science undergraduates; learning outcomes; The Citadel; SAIL regional group; IAMSLIC
||07 May 2010 16:36
||29 Apr 2015 21:19
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