Structural Supports: Assessment and Evaluation
What role does self-assessment play in improving your teaching? The University of Illinois Undergraduate Library shares their self-assessment rubric, based on the ACRL Standards for Proficiencies for Instruction Librarians and Coordinators. Such a tool provides an important framework for self-assessment and can significantly impact the instruction of librarians at multiple points in their careers. Hear how an instruction coordinator, an early career librarian, and a library school graduate assistant use self-assessment to reflect and improve their effectiveness as teacher librarians. Learn strategies for using self-assessment that can help you become a more effective teacher, too!
Avery, Susan; Smallman, Lora; and Gruszauskas, Courey, "Strengthen Your Teaching Framework: Using Self-Assessment of Instruction as a Structural Support" (2012). LOEX Conference Proceedings 2010. Paper 29.