Webinar: A Community of Learners: Using Courseware to measure student outcomes and impact retention while building a culture of assessment
Hear from librarians from Mount Saint Mary College in New York as they discuss how they used Credo’s Courseware as an integral part of their First Year Experience (FYE) program. They will share the positive impact the program has had on retention and student-faculty relationships. In their administration’s culture of assessment, they were able to use the consistent, measurable assessment data provided by Courseware to track student progress and identify areas of need in students’ knowledge.
Tiffany Davis, M.S.I.S. is an Instruction Services Librarian at Mount Saint Mary College located in Newburgh, New York. Her primary responsibilities include the coordination of the Personal Librarian component of the First Year Experience program and student learning assessment. She enjoys the opportunities the Personal Librarian and FYE programs have presented including; streamlining student learning assessment, blending online and in-class instruction, and fostering relationships with students and faculty.
Vivian B. Milczarski, M.L.S., M.B.A. is Associate Librarian for Collection Development at Mount Saint Mary College, where she has worked for over 14 years. She has a Master’s of Library Science degree from SUNY Albany, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Mount Saint Mary College. Her interests are in developing innovative ways to teach information literacy, adolescent literature, and organizational behavior.
Author: Duncan Whitmire
Marketing Writer, Before joining Credo in 2012, Duncan worked in the circulation department of his local public library, and as a Student Services Coordinator in a school for children with special needs. In his free time he writes fiction that has been published in dozens of literary magazines and anthologies.