| Each Student:
Identifies the purpose and audience of potential resources
in a variety of formats (e.g., multimedia, database, website,
data set, audio/visual, book)
Identifies keywords, synonyms and related terms for the information
Constructs a search strategy using appropriate commands for
the information retrieval system selected (e.g.,
Boolean operators, truncation, and proximity for search engines;
internal organizers such as indexes for books)
Uses various search systems to retrieve information in a variety
(Please note: These are the most common priority outcomes.
Priority outcomes for subject specific sessions vary depending
on the needs of the particular class.)
session survey is given to at least 10% of all sessions offered.
Library faculty ask non-library faculty for comments and suggestions
after each session.
Library faculty regularly meet with departments to assess their
needs and satisfaction with these sessions.
|Faculty use data and comments from the students
completing the Subject specific
session survey and comments from other faculty and departments
to improve their sessions.
Summary data on numbers of sessions is included in the instruction
team annual report.