Assessment, peer evaluation, information literacy
Academic libraries in the United States are increasingly adopting liaison models in order to increase their impact across the campus community. Through the evolution of this model, librarians must negotiate the new landscape for providing information literacy instruction to diverse and specialized populations. In order to adapt to specific departmental needs, while maintaining learning outcomes within the ACRL Framework, liaisons must design a systems for assessing how best to ensure all needs are addressed. Peer mentoring establishes a community of practice that will guide strategic planning while maintaining continual reflection and revision of the information literacy program.
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McGivney, C. (2017). Assessment through peer assessment: a method of peer evaluation for the liaison model. In C. Shi, L. Xiong, & M. B. Huang (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Embedded Education and Instruction of New Models of Library Service: The 4th International Conference of Beijing Academic Network Library (pp. 279-286). Beijing, China: Capital Normal University Press.