Library Learning Outcomes
This collection of Library Learning Outcomes and Potential Objectives is based heavily on the ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy, the Objectives for Information Literacy Instruction: A Model Statement for Academic Librarians, and modeled after those of several universities, including Hunter College and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro University Libraries.
Outcome 1. Students acknowledge familiarity with library resources and services.
Potential Outcome 1 Objectives:
Outcome 2. Through practice, students independently determine an information need and perform research effectively and efficiently to meet that need.
Potential Outcome 2 Objectives:
Outcome 3. Through practice, students successfully describe different categories of information related to their research needs.
Potential Outcome 3 Objectives:
Outcome 4. Through practice, students construct effective search strategies and utilize appropriate searching language to access information.
Potential Objective 4 Objectives:
Outcome 5. Students ethically select and utilize relevant information sources based on defined situational contexts.
Potential Objective 5 Objectives: