There's still time to participate in field testing one or more modules this semester. This is great opportunity to contribute to the effectiveness and rigor of the test. If you're interested, please contact me (email@example.com) or Rick Wiggins (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get started.
We continue to make strides in developing the test. We've just completed cognitive interviews and usability testing for the third test module and we are writing items for the final module, 4: The Value of Information. Thanks to our talented team of test question writers, we are making exciting progress.
I had a chance this month to check in with Carrie Donovan to find out what she's thinking about the Framework now that it's been a little more than one year since ACRL filed the document. Carrie is Assistant Dean for Research & Instruction Services at Ferris State University’s Ferris Library. She is a curriculum designer and facilitator for ACRL's Assessment in Action. She also serves as the ACRL Instruction Section Member-at-Large, and as the ACRL Liaisons Training and Development Committee Vice-Chair. Carrie has been a member of the TATIL Advisory Board since 2014.
I asked her the following questions and she shared her insights.