Document Type

Contribution to Book

Language

eng

Publication Date

2018

Publisher

Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)

Source Publication

Academic Libraries and the Academy: Strategies and Approaches to Demonstrate Your Value, Impact, and Return on Investment, Volume Two

Source ISSN

978-0-8389-4870-5

Abstract

Learning management systems (LMS) are widely used in education. They offer the potential for assessing student learning, but the reality of using them for this is problematic. This case study chronicles efforts by librarians at Marquette University to use LMS data to assess students’ information literacy knowledge in Marquette’s first-year English program.

Comments

Published version. "Problems and Promises of Using LMS Learner Analytics for Assessment: Case Study of a First-Year English Program," in Academic Libraries and the Academy: Strategies and Approaches to Demonstrate Your Value, Impact, and Return on Investment, Volume Two. Eds. Marwin Britto and Kirsten Kinsley. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 2018: 305-330. Publisher link. Published under Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial No Derivatives 4.0 License.

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