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Discovery Interface - IST 613 Draft Rubric - Erin Eldermire

 
Indicators Beginning Developing Exemplary Source
Ease of access to electronic articles (compared to library catalog) Users will use 0-25% less mouse clicks to access electronic articles from the CUL discovery interface as they did with the library catalog Users will use 25-50% less mouse clicks to access electronic articles from the CUL discovery interface as they did with the library catalog Users will use 50-65% less mouse clicks to access electronic articles from the CUL discovery interface as they did with the library catalog transaction logs
User satisfaction with article search and access (compared to library catalog) 0-30% of undergraduates will report that they are “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with article access as compared to the library catalog 30-60% of undergraduates will report that they are “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with article access as compared to the library catalog 60% or more of undergraduates will report that they are “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with article access as compared to the library catalog user survey
Regard for value of library in contributing to academic success 40% or less of undergraduates surveyed will report that CUL is “important” or “very important” to their scholarly success at Cornell 40-75% of undergraduates surveyed will report that CUL is “important” or “very important” to their scholarly success at Cornell 75% or more of undergraduates surveyed will report that CUL is “important” or “very important” to their scholarly success at Cornell user survey
Increased primary literature used for research papers/projects Faculty will report that undergraduate students in the sciences will use 0-5% more primary resources in papers/projects as they did with the library catalog Faculty will report that undergraduate students in the sciences will use 5-15% more primary resources in papers/projects as they did with the library catalog Faculty will report that undergraduate students in the sciences will use 15% or more primary resources in papers/projects as they did with the library catalog faculty survey about students papers/projects
Increased grades in research-based classes Average undergraduate grades will remain the same as they were with the library catalog Average undergraduate grades will increase by 0-25% of a letter grade in research-based classes Average undergraduate grades will increase by 25% or more of a letter grade in research-based classes audit of undergraduate grades
Increased overall GPA Average undergraduate GPAs will remain the same as they were with the library catalog Average undergraduate GPAs will increase up to ¼ point Average undergraduate GPAs will increase ¼ point or more audit of student GPAs