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eBooks in the Library - IST 613 Draft Rubric - Lynnette Planck

       
       

  Beginning Developing Exemplary Source
Teacher Participation 0-24% of the ELA and ESL teachers are willing to use eBooks incorporated in their lessons 25-49% of the ELA and ESL teachers are willing to use eBooks incorporated in their lessons Over 50% of the ELA and ESL teachers are willing to use eBooks incorporated in their lessons Survey and informal interviews
Student participation 0-24% of the student population use eBooks within the class 25-49%% of the student population use eBooks within the class Over 50% of the student population use eBooks within the class Survey and informal interviews
Increase in pleasure reading via eBooks 10% of students check out eBooks outside of using it for classroom use 30% of students check out eBooks outside of using it for classroom use 50% of students check out eBooks outside of using it for classroom use Circulation records
Level of interest in eBooks is positive Students and staff are not willing to give eBooks a try Students and staff are willing to give eBooks a try Staff and students are positive and generally use eBooks as a part of their lesson or reading pleasure Survey
The library has a good variety of eBooks available The library provides a small variety of eBooks The library has a good size variety of eBooks available The library increases it’s eBook population every year to meet the needs of patrons. Survey, informal interviews