Assessing Affective Learning Using a Student Response System

Affective learning relates to students’ attitudes, emotions, and feelings. This study focuses on measuring affective learning during library instruction by using a student response system. Participants were undergraduate students who received course-related library instruction for a research assignment. Students rated their confidence levels related to finding resources before and after the library session using a student response system and again at the end of the semester using a paper survey. The results show that there was a significant positive improvement in confidence levels for students receiving library instruction, suggesting that library instruction can have a positive influence on affective learning.

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Work Title Assessing Affective Learning Using a Student Response System
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  1. Rimland, Emily
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  1. student response system
  2. affective learning
  3. assessment
License Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Work Type Article
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  1. Portal
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Deposited May 12, 2016

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