Checking in without Burning out: Designing Sustainable Assessment Plans for an Undergraduate Peer-to-Peer Research Mentor Program
Learn how librarians developed a programmatic assessment schedule for their undergraduate, peer-to-peer research consultant service with an emphasis on practicality and sustainability. This poster and its supplementary materials present the finished plan, which addresses 13 programmatic learning outcomes over the course of six semesters, offering one model for how to approach a large-scale assessment project systematically and intentionally without burning out library staff.
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Moore, Kevin and Krauss, Hannah, "Checking in without Burning out: Designing Sustainable Assessment Plans for an Undergraduate Peer-to-Peer Research Mentor Program" (2023). All Musselman Library Staff Works. 164.
Additional FilesChecking in Without Burning Out.pptx (143 kB)
Poster (ppt format)
PRM Programmatic Assessment Plan.pdf (189 kB)
Checklist for Assessing PRM Chat and Email Interactions.docx (15 kB)
Rubric for Library Services for International Students.docx (14 kB)
Rubric - International Students
Rubric for Thorny Research Questions.docx (13 kB)
Rubric - Thorny Questions
Rubric for Using Library Scanners.docx (13 kB)
Rubric - Scanners
Presented at the 2023 ACRL Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, March 16, 2023