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Popular Fiction Browsing Area - IST 613 Draft Rubric - Charlene Martin

indicators Emerging Progressing Advanced Source
registration Circulaton of “participant” books will increase by 10% the first 2 months after project rollout Circulaton of “participant” books will increase by 30% the first 2 months after project rollout Circulaton of “participant” books will increase by 50% the first 2 months after project rollout ExLiibris/Voyager circulation statistics




 
participation At least 10% of the participants will read popular fiction 1hr per week

 
At least 10% of the participants will read popular fiction 1-2hrs per week At least 10% of the participants will read popular fiction 3-5hrs per week User survey



 
academic achievement/GPA At least 5% of the participants will be able to identify contributions from recreational reading to their problem-solving, reading comprehension, and writing abilities At least 10% of the participants will be able to identify contributions from recreational reading to their problem-solving, reading comprehension, and writing abilities At least 20% of the participants will be able to identify contributions from recreational reading to their problem-solving, reading comprehension, and writing abilities User survey followed by further exploration using one-on-one interviews





 
participant satisfaction with Service At least 10% of the “participant” book users will indicate that the Browsing Shelf, the LibGuide/Delicious tags, Reference Service staff, or the QR code tags helped them find the fiction genre they were looking for  At least 30% of the “participant” book users will indicate that the Browsing Shelf, the LibGuide/Delicious tags, Reference Service staff ,or the QR code tags helped them find the fiction genre they were looking for 50% of the “participant” book users will indicate that the Browsing Shelf, the LibGuide/Delicious tags, Reference Service staff or the QR code tags helped them find the fiction genre they were looking for User survey