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Adult Summer Reading Program - IST 613 Draft Rubric - Kathleen MacFarline

  Beginning Developing Exemplary Data Source
Participation 50 or more people sign up for program; at least 25 percent turn in completed reading logs. 100 or more people sign up for program; at least 50 percent turn in completed reading logs. 200 or more people sign up for program; at least 75 percent turn in completed reading logs. Sign-up information, reading logs.
Demographics Males make up at least 10 percent of participants; age is mostly older than 30. Males make up at least 25 percent of participants; age is skewed older than 30. Males make up at least 50 percent of participants; age is evenly distributed. Sign-up information, in-house data.
User Growth At least 5 percent of participants sign up for a library card. At least 10 percent of participants sign up for a library card. At least 15 percent of participants sign up for a library card. In-house data, sign-up information, anonymous online survey, bingo cards.
Event Attendance At least 25 percent of participants attend at least one event. At least 50 percent of participants attend at least one event. At least 75 percent of participants attend at least one event. Sign-up information, head counts, sign-in sheets, bingo cards.
Social Media Participation At least 25 percent of participants review a book online or through book inserts; 5 percent "Like" the library on Facebook, follow on Twitter or subscribe on YouTube. At least 50 percent of participants review a book online or through book inserts; 10 percent "Like" the library on Facebook, follow on Twitter or subscribe on YouTube. At least 75 percent of participants review a book online or through book inserts; 25 percent "Like" the library on Facebook, follow on Twitter or subscribe on YouTube. Website data, book inserts, social media monitoring, bingo cards, anonymous online survey. 
Circulation At least 5 percent more materials are checked out over last summer. At least 15 percent more materials are checked out over last summer. At least 25 percent more materials are checked out over last summer.  In-house checkout statistics, info from downloadable book consortium.
Variety of Genres, Formats Total participants read at least three different genres and use more than one format. Total participants read at least five different genres and use more than two formats.  Total participants read at least 10 different genres and use more than three formats.  In-house checkout statistics, reading logs, info from downloadable book consortium.
Increased Knowledge of Library Services At least 5 percent of participants find out about and use a library service they didn't know about. At least 15 percent of participants find out about and use a library service they didn't know about. At least 25 percent of participants find out about and use a library service they didn't know about. Bingo cards, anonymous online survey, reference transactions, staff observations, database usage.
Parent/Child Behavior Modeling At least 5 percent of children and teens who participated in summer reading have at least one parent/guardian participate. At least 15 percent of children and teens who participated in summer reading have at least one parent/guardian participate. At least 25 percent of children and teens who participated in summer reading have at least one parent/guardian participate. Sign-up, information, anonymous online survey, bingo card. 
User Satisfaction At least 25 percent of participants believe service met intended outcomes; at least 50 percent enjoyed the program and would do it again. At least 50 percent of participants believe service met intended outcomes; at least 75 percent enjoyed the program and would do it again. At least 75 percent of participants believe service met intended outcomes; 100 percent enjoyed the program and would do it again, Anonymous online survey, individual interviews, focus groups, staff observations.
Goals Met At least 50 percent of participants meet their reading goal from the beginning of the program. At least 75 percent of participants meet their reading goal from the beginning of the program. 100 percent of participants meet their reading goal from the beginning of the program. Reading logs, sign-up information, anonymous online survey.