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Library Multimedia (Audio & Video) Instruction Series - IST 613 Draft Rubric - Carlie Graham

  Beginning Developing Exemplary Data Source
Enrollment

0 faculty and 0 student on-demand Audio and Video series requested

1 faculty and 1 student on-demand Audio and Video series requested

2 or more faculty and 2 or more student on-demand Audio and Video series requested

Event Manager Software

Assistance

The amount of student iMac workstation assistance requests increases and sophistication level of questions decreases

The amount of student iMac workstation assistance requests stays the same and sophistication level of questions stays the same

The amount of student iMac workstation
assistance requests decreases and sophistication level of questions increases

Music & Media Assistance Statistics

Staff Anecdotal Information

Timing

0%-35% of faculty and students who enroll report they learned about the multimedia instruction series at the right time in the semester

36%-75% of faculty and students who enroll report they learned about the multimedia instruction series at the right time in the semester

Over 75% of faculty and students who enroll report they learned about the multimedia instruction series at the right time in the semester

Faculty Survey

Student Post-Test

Engagement of Non-Users

0%-15% of students and faculty who otherwise would not have sought out the library for multimedia instruction, enrolled as a result of targeted promotional messages

16%-25% of students and faculty who otherwise would not have sought out the library for multimedia instruction, enrolled as a result of targeted promotional messages

Over 25% of students and faculty who otherwise would not have sought out the library for multimedia instruction, enrolled as a result of targeted promotional messages

Faculty Survey

Student Post-Test

Faculty Satisfaction

0%-45% of faculty report students’ ability to create a balance between technology and content is at a level of high or expert

46-90% of faculty report students’ ability to create a balance between technology and content is at a level of high or expert

Over 90% of faculty report students’ ability to create a balance between technology and content is at a level of high or expert

Faculty Survey

Student Ability to Learn

0% to 35% of students report they have an increased ability to learn multimedia hardware and software at the end of the semester

36% to 75% of students report they have an increased ability to learn multimedia hardware and software at the end of the semester

Over 75% of students report they have an increased ability to learn multimedia hardware and software at the end of the semester

Student Post-Test

Student Confidence

0% to 35% of students report an increased confidence in their ability to troubleshoot their own multimedia technology problems at the end of the semester

36% to 75% of students report an increased confidence in their ability to troubleshoot their own multimedia technology problems at the end of the semester

Over 75% of students report an increased confidence in their ability to troubleshoot their own multimedia technology problems at the end of the semester

Student Post-Test