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dc.contributor.authorBurke, John
dc.contributor.authorTumbleson, Beth
dc.contributor.authorLong, Jessica
dc.description.abstractThe Ithaka S&R US Library Survey 2016 documents that library directors are committed to supporting teaching and learning services in terms of staffing and budget. They are equally committed to supporting student success, but find it difficult to articulate the library’s contribution. LMS embedded librarians are able to assess and validate the library’s contribution. Through a study conducted in 2017, embedded librarians explored the correlation between student success and information literacy instruction, using a rubric to assess student research papers and bibliographies and viewing course analytics. Assessment methodology, challenges, and discoveries from this and other research will be shared. Learning Objectives: Participants will consider the assessment methods currently in use in order to correlate librarians’ impact on student learning in the LMS. Participants will be able to apply rubrics to assess student work in their own library settings.en_US
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dc.titleAssessment, Analytics, and Analysis: Demonstrating the Impact of LMS Embedded Librarians on Student Learningen_US
dc.typeConference Presentationen_US

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