Assessment in Cultural Institutions - SI 633
Proposal open date: June 1
Proposal close date: August 2
Project timeline: September-December
Project duration: 15 weeks
Number of projects needed: 12
In SI 633: Assessment in Cultural Institutions, second year master's-level graduate students work in small teams on a project relating to the assessment of a cultural Institution’s service, tool, product or collection. The students will first design an assessment tool (i.e. survey, interview protocol, etc.), implement the assessment and then evaluate results to provide recommendations for the client organization.
- Assessment design and/or tool (i.e. survey, interview protocol, etc.)
- Raw data from assessment
- Recommendations for the institution to implement based on the assessment
- Final presentation
- Level of engagement for course/program
- 30-60 minute weekly or bi-weekly meetings with the student team
- Regular feedback and communication to student team based on the course schedule
- Introduction to stakeholders and users for interviews and/or data gathering
- Access to organizational data, systems and/or resources necessary to project completion
- Attend final presentation
- Complete project evaluation
- Special requirements for the course/program
- Be a cultural institution
- Be amenable to students scoping the project further once client match is confirmed
- Student Archival Engagement. Students developed a tool to collect qualitative and quantitative data to measure undergraduate student learning and engagement in regard to primary source and archival literacy.
- Responding to User Needs. Students designed and implemented a study to assess how well the National Museum of Women in the Arts Library and Research Center responds to library users’ needs.
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