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eReaders in the Library - IST613 Draft Rubric - Katherine Taddeo

  Beginning Developing Exemplary Data Source
Staff Participation Very few members of the faculty and staff participate in using the eReaders as part of their curriculum or for pleasure reading during the course of the school year.

(below 10)
Several staff members utilize eReaders as part of their curriculum or for pleasure reading during the course of the school year.


(between 11 and 30)
The majority of the faculty and staff has utilized the eReaders as part of their curriculum or for pleasure reading during the school year.



(31 or more)
Lending records
Student Participation Very few students participate in the use of the eReaders for school work or pleasure reading.



(below 25)
A small number of students participate in using the eReaders for school work or pleasure reading.

(between 26 and 50)
A large number of students participate in using the eReaders for school work or pleasure reading.



(over 51)
Lending records
Electronic Resources Few eResources are available for patron use. A small collection of eResources are available for patron use. A comprehensive collection of eResources are available for patron use. Collection records.
Attitudes about the library/level of technology provided by the library.  Patrons are not satisfied with the technology provided by the library. Patron see the library as providing some technology and are somewhat satisfied with what the what is available. Patrons see the library as providing access to new technology and are satisfied with what is available. Patron surveys
Focus Group
Level of comfort with the eReader
(Library Staff)
Library staff is uncomfortable with the technology and providing support for the same. Majority of library staff has completed eReader training and feels confident in the use of the eReader and providing basic support to patrons. The entire staff has completed eReader training and is confident in both the use of the eReaders and in providing support to patrons. Patron Surveys Interviews
Level of comfort with the eReader
(patron)
Many patrons are uncomfortable with the technology and how it can be used for class work and pleasure reading. Some patrons have attended an eReader training session and are somewhat comfortable with the use of the eReaders. The majority of patrons have attended an eReader training session and feel confident in using the eReader for either school work or pleasure reading. Attendance records
Patron surveys
Interviews
Focus Group
Increased patronage No new library patrons from the previous school year. A slight increase of library patrons from the previous school year.

(less the 15%)
A visible increase in library patrons from the previous school year.


(More then 15%)
Lending records
Patron Surveys.
Budget No change in budget from the previous school year. A slight increase in budget from the previous school year.

(Less then $100.00)
A significant increase in budget from the previous school year.

(More then $100.00)
Budget records.