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Assessment of student learning and library instruction at Gonzaga University

Foley Center participates in the University's assessment process, regularly reviews program level goals, and develops specific methods for the assessment of student learning outcomes based on the library's mission statement.  Each academic year, librarians create and utilize evaluation rubrics for the assessment of student learning in a number of disciplines, including courses at the entry level, courses at the entry to the major, and capstone courses at the end of the major. 

The library assessment reports from 2006 to the present are available here for review as well as some of the rubrics we have used in the past to assess student learning.    If there are any questions related to information literacy  and the library's  learning goals for students at Gonzaga, please feel free to contact either Kelly Jenks or John Spencer at Foley Library.     

Kelly Jenks, Instruction Coordinator,

John S. Spencer, Coordinator of Reference Services and Coordinator of Library Assessment,

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