Document Type

Article

Abstract

This study investigates Wayne State University Library System’s redesigned information literacy tutorial: re:Seach. Seventy-two students participating in the 2010 Wayne State Federal TRIO Student Support Service Summer Residential Program participated in the questionnaire. The questionnaire measured student learning via a multiple choice knowledge based test. Confidence and satisfaction were also measured using a five point Likert scale. Students received an overall average score of 71% on the knowledge portion and student responses varied on the confidence and satisfaction portions of the questionnaire. Results clearly indicated the necessity for future revisions. The discussion will address the specific revisions being undertaken and the various ways Wayne State University hopes to continue evaluating the tutorial.

Disciplines

Library and Information Science

Comments

This is the publisher's version (Library Association of the City University of New York) of the article, previously appearing published as:

Befus, R., Byrne, K. (2011). Redesigned with them in mind: Evaluating an online library information literacy tutorial. Urban Library Journal, 17(1). http://ojs.cunylibraries.org/index.php/ulj/article/view/54/

Copyright 2011 Rebeca Befus and Katrina Byrne. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.