Learning Objectives

Library Teaching & Learning Committee PD Day 2018: Course Design & Curriculum Renewal

Overview of the event The Library Teaching and Learning Committee (LTLC) held their annual PD Day on January 12, 2018. Jessie Richards, Curriculum Developer with the Office of the Vice-Provost, Innovations in Undergraduate Education, was the guest speaker and presented on Course Design and Curriculum Renewal. The half-day event also had a librarian panel, with … Read More

Measuring learning outcomes gaining support: University Affairs

Susanne Tabur shared this interesting article from University Affairs “…A rising number of universities are adopting student learning outcomes as a means of ensuring degree quality, as well as helping students transition between institutions within Canada and abroad. It is not an entirely new concept — learning outcomes and competencies are common in professional programs … Read More

Megan Oakleaf – December 14 2011

Over 50 librarians from across all libraries at the U of T devoted a full day to discussing and learning about library assessment and library value, with the help of University of Syracuse iSchool professor Megan Oakleaf. What a great day. Not only did Megan share much evidence-based information on teaching and learning assessment, but … Read More

README: Learning Objectives

Do you begin your library instruction by creating a few key learning objectives? Most instructors find that they are able to focus more easily on instruction activities with clear learning goals. Even for a one-off library instruction session, learning objectives can help you focus your attention on what students really need to know. If you’re … Read More