Objectives of instruction


This chapter identifies the measures of success when determining the effectiveness of ILI. Cognitive outcomes, measuring changes in knowledge, are considered a standard by many ILI programs; however, these are only one aspect of determining effectiveness. This chapter describes different cognitive outcomes as well as behavioral outcomes which measure changes in actions, and affective outcomes that measure changes in attitudes and values. The behavioral outcomes address increases in student library usage and information seeking behavior of participants. The cognitive outcomes include increased learning skills and library skills. The affective outcomes involve decreasing library anxiety and increasing student ...

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