Assessment Fair, May 25, 2010

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What: Assessment Fair
Date: May 25, 2010
Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Place: Busch Campus Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey

The VALE Assessment Committee and the VALE Shared Information Committee invite you to participate in a half-day Assessment Fair designed to inform VALE librarians about a variety of assessment techniques and products as well as to showcase individual library's assessment successes. Plan to attend and learn, and consider sharing your work by hosting a table or poster session.

Registration for attendees is not required.

The presentations at the VALE Assessment Fair: * Assessing an Online Chemistry Tutorial: Findings from a Spring 2010 Organic Chemistry Class * Capturing and Defining Reference Services Using LibAnswers and LibAnalytics * Cataloging Assessment Survey Findings * Changing Paradigm for Reference Services? Surveying the State of Reference in Academic Libraries in New Jersey * Cheng Library Information Systems Service Assessment Survey * Conducting User Studies at a Community College Library * Counting Opinions Customer Satisfaction Survey * Departmental Collection Analysis * Determining the Value of Your Library * Electronic Resources Assessment Tools - University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey - UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES * Focus Groups * Information Literacy Assessment Quiz * Information Literacy Program and Assessment * LibQUAL+(r) * Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment * Online Information Literacy Assessments - do they work? * Rubrics for Direct Assessment of Information Literacy * RUL Learning Spaces Focus Groups * Studying Students: The Ethnographic Research Project at Rutgers * Successful Assessment...At Last! * Testing, Testing: Using Google Docs for Assessment * The Scary Results from Information Literacy Assessment! * Using to Assess Information Literacy in FYE, ENG 101, and ENG 102 * Using the NCES Academic Library Survey Peer Comparison Tool * Utilizing Google Analytics to Assess OPAC Effectiveness and User Search Behavior Jeanne E. Boyle, Associate University Librarian for Planning and Organizational Research Rutgers University Libraries