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Library Impact Dashboard: Text Versions of Infographics

Library Orientations and Partnerships (Text Version)

Library Orientations and Partnerships

This fall LNDL staff reached 1,507 students, faculty, and staff at 23 orientation and partnership sessions.

Participants & Locations

  • 1,158 LUM students
  • 247 NDM students
  • 62 LUM faculty
  • 40 NDM faculty
  • 7 virtual sessions
  • 16 in-person sessions

New Interactive Library Orientation Activities

  • 360 Tour Scavenger Hunt
  • Button Making
  • Amazing Race Competition
  • LIghtboard Tutorial

Changes from Fall 2019 to Fall 2021

  • 5 new partners
  • 15 new sessions
  • 230% increase in participants in the library building

Fall 2021 Partners

  • Undergraduate, graduate, and faculty library orientations
  • Notre Dame Student Engagement
  • Notre Dame Graduate Programs
  • Loyola Admissions
  • Loyola Ignatius Scholars Program
  • Loyola Messina Program
  • Loyola Students-Athlete Support Services

LNDL supports the research, teaching, and learning of faculty and students. We are here to help you plan your Fall courses. Contact your library liaison for help.

The Virtual Library: Always Open Infographic (Text Version)

The Virtual Library Always Open.

While the library building has been closed during COVID19, library staff have been working to support you.

Remote help by the numbers:

  • 406 questions answered by LNDL staff.

  • 659 3D printed PPE delivered to OpenWorks Baltimore.

  • 26 synchronous and asynchronous library classes taught.

Remote Resources by the Numbers:

  • Over 66 collections were made freely available by publishers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Over 1,285 articles and book chapters were requested through Interlibrary Loan.
  • Up 247% - 100,300 minutes of streaming videos were watched this spring compared to 29,892 minutes last spring.

Stressbusters Exam Period Activity:

  • Over 400 people participated in bingo games, May Madness: A Tournament of Books, an at home yoga class and LNDL's first book club meeting.

We are here to help you plan your Summer and Fall courses. Contact your library liaison for help. 

Research and Technology Services Fall 2020 Instruction to Loyola University Maryland Infographic (Text Version)

Research and Technology Services Fall 2020 Instruction to Loyola University Maryland

LUM Information Literacy, Technology, Copyright, and Archives Classes Fall 2018-2020

  • 2018 - 67 classes
  • 2019 - 96 classes
  • 2020 - 70 classes

Fall 2020 Instruction by the Numbers

  • 50 copyright instruction participants
  • 92 participants in virtual technology pop-up classes
  • 38 classes with both live and self-directed instruction

LUM Participants in Fall 2020 Classes

  • 1,445 students were taught by Information Literacy, Technology, Copyright, and Archives Library staff
  • 1,239 students received Information Literacy Instruction in 58 classes

Student reactions to an Information Literacy and Technology class

  • "The different tools and techniques presented today were so interesting! It goes to show how many different ways and outlets we can use to research and present our research..."
  • "...this helped me understand so many cool and nice features we can use and options we have in order for us to expand our horizons of understanding and knowledge..."

New forms of remoted instruction were viewed over 855 times

  • The Copyright Information Center created self-paced tutorials for online teaching
  • Librarians taught Information Literacy synchronously over Zoom as well as asynchronously with online learning tools
  • Technology Services created 15 videos about Innovation Station technologies

New Departments Received Asynchronous Instruction

  • 2018 and 2019 
    • Nursing
    • Education
    • Copyright
    • Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences
  • 2020
    • Management
    • Innovation Station
    • Communications
    • Biology
    • Psychology
    • Nursing
    • Education
    • Copyright

New Methods of Assessing Student Learning Outcomes

145 students responded to a survey about what they learned in LUM library instruction sessions. These are some of the preliminary observations:

  • Pop-Up Class Participants learned how to use Innovation Station technologies to present information in new ways
  • First Year Students in WR100 sessions can identify and access peer-reviewed scholarly resources
  • Undergraduates in Management Capstone Classes are able to match their information need with the right library resource
  • Graduate Education Students feel confident formulating a search strategy an choosing key terms

LNDL supports the research, teaching, and learning for faculty and students during remote learning. We are here to help you plan your Spring courses. Contact your library liaison for help. 

 

Research and Technology Services Fall 2020 Instruction to Notre Dame of Maryland University Infographic (Text Version)

Research and Technology Services Fall 2020 Instruction to Notre Dame of Maryland University

NDM Information Literacy, Technology, Copyright, and Archives Classes Fall 2018-2020

  • 2018 - 46 classes
  • 2019 - 49 classes
  • 2020 - 33 classes

Fall 2020 Instruction by the Numbers

  • 50 copyright instruction participants
  • 92 participants in virtual technology pop-up classes
  • 38 classes with both live and self-directed instruction

LUM Participants in Fall 2020 Classes

  • 488 students were taught by Information Literacy, Technology, Copyright, and Archives Library staff
  • 465 students received Information Literacy Instruction in 31 classes

New forms of remoted instruction were viewed over 855 times

  • The Copyright Information Center created self-paced tutorials for online teaching
  • Librarians taught Information Literacy synchronously over Zoom as well as asynchronously with online learning tools
  • Technology Services created 15 videos about Innovation Station technologies

New Departments Received Asynchronous Instruction

  • 2018 and 2019 
    • Nursing
    • Education
    • Copyright
    • Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences
  • 2020
    • Management
    • Innovation Station
    • Communications
    • Biology
    • Psychology
    • Nursing
    • Education
    • Copyright

LNDL supports the research, teaching, and learning for faculty and students during remote learning. We are here to help you plan your Spring courses. Contact your library liaison for help.