In support of the Library & Learning Resources (LLR) mission, the Libvrary follows the CCSF assessment cycle as documented on the Outcomes Assessment Reporting website and additional reports are documented on this page.
Twenty-first century academic librarianship centers around teaching students to become information competent. Information Competency (IC) student learning outcomes were identified and have been embedded into the College's General Education Area B: Written Composition requirement. The library continually assesses student learning through IC SLOs and reviews how well it meets the College's IC instructional need through its service outcome related to library instructional serivces.
Other serivces, collections, resources and facilities are assessed through three other service outcomes to better understand how the Library impacts student success.
Assessment Planning Documents
Library & Learning Resources Outcomes
ILO1: Information Competency
Exhibitions and Programs - Visual Literacy
Course-level SLOs are recorded in the official course outline of record in CurricUNET. Course outlines are on a regular cycle of review, during which class outcomes are updated and revised.
Assessment reports after 2012 can be found in CurriUNET.
Library Operational Assessments
Comparisons with Peers and Standards