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MP3 Audiobooks - IST 613 Draft Rubric - Mary Todd

Criteria Beginning Developing Exemplary Data Source
Circulation
Statistics
Less than 10% of students checkout an MP3 audiobook. More than 10%, but less than 25% of students check out an MP3 audiobook. 25% (or more) of students check out an MP3 audiobook. Circulation records from Destiny for the 1st 3 months of service
Operation of Technology Majority of students are unable/unaware of how to operate their MP3 audiobook device. Some students are unable/unaware of how to operate their MP3 audiobook device. Majority of students are able/aware of how to operate their MP3 audiobook device. User survey and observations
Access to
MP3 Service
Majority of students in the upper grades (3rd-5th grade) are unable to search independently for auditory materials and locate them on their own. Many students in the upper grades (3rd-5th grade) are unable to search independently for auditory materials and locate them on their own. Majority of students in the upper grades (3rd-5th) are able to search independently for auditory materials and locate them on their own. User survey and observations
User
Satisfaction
Majority of students are dissatisfied with the MP3 audiobook service. Many students are dissatisfied with the MP3 audiobook service. Majority of students are satisfied with the MP3 audiobook service. User survey, observation, interviews
Likelihood of
Repeat Use
of Service
Majority of students who have participated in the service would not use it again. Many students who have participated in the service would not use it again. Majority of students who participated in the service would use it again. User survey, observation, interviews
Student Literacy
Skills
Majority of students who participated in service have no growth in literacy skills. Some students who participate in service have no growth in literacy skills. Majority of students who participate in service have growth in literacy skills. Observations, standardized test scores, teacher feedback and observations, student feedback via survey
Teacher and Staff
Audiobook
Knowledge
Majority of teachers are unable to explain the benefits of audiobooks after participating in professional development. Many teachers are unable to explain the benefits of audiobooks after participating in professional development. Majority of teachers are able to explain the benefits of audiobooks after participating in professional development. Exit slips from professional development session