Are you planning an Oviatt Library assessment?
The following are resources intended to provide support for planning and executing assessmments.
You may also wish to consult Library Assessment Tips &Techniques (Oviatt Library) or schedule to meet with the Assessment Team.
Institutional Review Board (IRB) information:
If you are interested in sharing the assessment data that you gather on your participants outside of CSUN, then you must apply for IRB approval before you begin your project. There are two forms that you will need to fill out, which can be found listed under Human Subjects Protocol Forms. You will need the forms titled "Faculty HS Protocol Form" and "Project Information Form".
These forms will be submitted to CSUN's Research and Sponsored Projects Office.
- Surviving the future : academic libraries, quality, and assessment / Gail Munde and Kenneth Marks
- Libraries beyond their institutions : partnerships that work / William Miller, Rita M. Pellen, editors.
- Library assessment in higher education / Joseph R. Matthews.
- Measuring quality : performance measurement in libraries / Roswitha Poll, Peter te Boekhorst.
- Assessing liaison librarians : documenting impact for positive change / edited by Daniel C. Mack and Gary W. White.
- Facing the Future - Think Like a Startup
- Space Assessment as a Venue for Defining the Academic Library
- Updating your tool belt
- Assessment of Learning during Library Instruction
Assessment Sources on the Web
- ACRL Information Literacy Framework for Higher Education
- ACRL - Assessment in Action
- ACRL - Value of Academic Libraries (VAL)
- Linking Library Use to Student Success (VAL)
- Standardised library instruction assessment: An institution-specific approach
- Disocovering the Impact of Library Use and Student Performance
- Assessment Issues (ACRL)
- Library Impact Data Toolkit
- Information Literacy Toolkit in Moodle- Log on to Moodle to check out this collection of information literacy lessons available for librarians, faculty and students.
CSU-Wide Library Assessment Toolkit A LibGuide resource to help you on assessment needs for the following 3 areas: Information Literacy, Library Collections, and Space Usage.