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Late Policy: All assignments are to be completed and turned in on time. Late assignments are strongly discouraged and the grade will be reduced by 2% for each business day that the assignment is late. If the assignment has not been received within seventh days of the original due date, you will receive a 0 (zero) for that assignment.
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1. Group Presentation & Lead Discussion Project (17%)
semester, you will work in groups of three to four to present to
the class a summary of a chapter in Part III Evaluation of Library Services of
Matthew's book. There will be eight class sessions during which a group will give a presentation
about a chapter,
describe an evaluation idea, raise
questions to the class, and lead discussion for 20
minutes. For presentation dates and chapter titles, go
to the class schedule page.
2. Term Project: Developing an Evaluation Research Proposal (28%)
semester, you will be working with a fellow classmate to develop a research proposal on
a topic that you have chosen and considered to be important to evaluation
research in Library
and Information Science. You will be called upon in class to make informal reports of your
proposal development status prior to the final presentation.
3. Class Participation and Presentation (10%)
Attendance is expected for every class meeting. This is an intensive class on evaluation research methods and students need to attend each session. In the event of an unavoidable absence, students should inform the instructor and make arrangements to pick up lecture notes and handouts. Class participation includes attendance, engaging in class discussion, involvement in presentations and other in-class activities.