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Library Makerspace - IST 613 draft rubric - Milly Stephenson

 
Indicator Beginning Developing Exemplary Source
Makerspace users return to the library for other programming 0-50% of makerspace attendees return to the library, or return fewer than 3 times 50% of makerspace attendees return to the library 3 or more times during the semester A majority of makerspace users become daily or weekly library visitors Log of user visits
Makerspace users show awareness of diverse library programs and services 50% or fewer makerspace users can list 0-1 library offerings 75% of makerspace users can list 2 additional library offerings 90-100% of makerspace users show familiarity with diverse library offerings Survey/interview results
Makerspace users report increase in skills 0-50% of makerspace users will report an increase in specific skills 50% of makerspace users will report an increase in specific skills after one year of makerspace programming 90-100% of makerspace users will report an increase in multiple skills over time Survey results
Teachers report increase in problem solving skills and/or dispositions in their students 0-30% of teachers report observable increase in student skills 30% of teachers report observable increase in problem solving skills among their students A majority of teachers report improvement in problem solving skills/dispositions over time Teacher observation logs
Scores improve on state math and science assessments Scores on state math and science assessments hold steady or improve by less than 10% Scores on state math and science assessments increase by 10% after two years of makerspace programming with a STEM focus Scores on state math and science assessments increase by 10% or more, and remain at the higher level Analysis of state test scores over time