"Are You High Impact? Instructional, Assessment, and Planning Practices for Campus Engagement"
Despite our best intentions, our impact on student engagement, retention, and persistence is often based on anecdotal evidence, or limited access to data through course-end surveys, student feedback, or faculty reactions. However, there are definitive strategies, programs, and collaborations that librarians and libraries can implement for better results that is scalable, measurable, and can make a substantial difference in student success. These High-Impact Practices (Kuh, 2008) will be defined, and examples will be demonstrated and discussed.
Meeting Type: Forum/Update/Assembly
Interests: Information Literacy
Cost: Included with full conference registration.