Session

Concurrent Sessions C

Location

UCC, Room 41

Start Date

22-5-2014 9:00 AM

End Date

22-5-2014 9:45 AM

CodingActivity_Handout.pdf (18 kB)
Coding Activity handout

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This presentation will describe a mixed methods, collaborative action research project conducted as part of the ACRL's Assessment in Action (AiA) program to evaluate the impact of face-to-face, online, and blended approaches to information literacy and writing skill development in a large, first-year management course MGMT*1000. While our study did not yield the generalizable data that we had hoped, it did teach us some valuable lessons about the challenges and pitfalls of conducting mixed methods research that will be of use to those interested in gathering evidence to assess the Library's impact on student learning outcomes.


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May 22nd, 9:00 AM May 22nd, 9:45 AM

E-valuating the Impact of Face-to-Face and Online Information Literacy and Writing Skills Instruction Using a Mixed Methods Research Design

UCC, Room 41

 

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