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LEP 100: Student Learning Outcomes

Student Learning Outcomes

Information Literacy Frames[1] Addressed in Library Session:

  • Searching as Strategic Exploration
  • Scholarship as Conversation
  • Authority is Constructed & Contextual
  • Research as Inquiry
  • Information has Value

Goal 1To provide a physical orientation of the library

Student Learning Outcome 1.1: Students will be able to identify collections, services, and study spaces available in the building

Goal 2: To make students aware of key parts of the library website

Student Learning Outcome 2.1: Students will be able to identify ways to contact a librarian
Student Learning Outcome 2.2: Students will be able to locate library and research help hours

Goal 3: To introduce the CRAAP tool for evaluating sources

Student Learning Outcome 3.1: Students will be able to apply the five criteria of the CRAAP test to evaluate sources

Goal 4: To introduce students to the OneSearch tool as a beginning place for academic research.

Student Learning Outcome 4.1: Students will be able to conduct a keyword search
Student Learning Outcome 4.2: Students will be able to utilize filters to narrow results
Student Learning Outcome 4.3: Students will be able to locate citation shortcuts
Student Learning Outcome 4.4: Students will be able to identify location of items
Student Learning Outcome 4.5: Students will be able to explain basic differences between library research and web searching 

[1] The full Association of College and Research Libraries’ “Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education” (2016) can be found here: .