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Ebook PDAs - Draft Rubric - Katrina Schell

  Beginning Developing Exemplary Data Source
Triggering of ebook PDAs Most purchase requests will be triggerd unintentionally Increase in intentional purchase requests, approximately 25% of total requests Majority of PDAs are intentional, approximately 85% Questionnaire distributed to all student participants in ebook PDA program
 
Use of specific requests Titles requested see minimal use beyond that which triggered the initial purchase Individual students make use of half the titles purchased at their request Students report using at least 3/4 of the total number of individual titles they request Database-generated usage statistics; Questionnaire distributed to all student participants who successfully requested purchases through the ebook PDA program
Quality of resources Many ebook requests are approved for purchase, but 30% or more are declined or delayed due to questionable value of content Majority of ebook PDAs are approved without hesitation; declined/delayed request decrease to 15% Minimal number of denied and delayed PDA requests n>5% Database-generated records of librarians' PDA approvals, denials and delays; librarian-supplied data on decision-making processes for ebook PDAs
Impact on student research Student research papers/projects will primarily reference resources other than ebooks Student research papers/projects occasionally reference ebooks, 0-5 titles per project, depending on the subject area (some fields draw almost exclusively on journals, for example) Students not only use ebooks for research papers and projects, they make creative use of them external to papers and projects (accessing them during live presentations, for example) Interviews with faculty; Student focus groups