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The current manual process of reporting student progress and quiz success in the information literacy tutorial Begin Your Research causes delays and additional work for both faculty and library staff. A fast turnaround on assessment and reporting data will enable faculty to respond to student needs in a timely fashion and increase graduation potential.
8/21/2014: Small changes were made to the first prioritized report to enable it to be presented at the Institute for Student Success: a csv file download link to Excel was added for the highest quiz scores, along with a date stamp in the download file, and for the presentation to faculty, student names were removed from the report. Technical and instructional designer staff will meet after the start of term to discuss the data associated with the pre- and post- tutorial tests in Moodle before beginning the design of the next set of reports.
7/28/2014: The first prioritized report has been developed for the Library's Begin Your Research tutorial. This report provides a field for the requester to enter an HSU course number (CRN), which produces a list of the associated student names and their seven tutorial quiz scores. The report includes the number of times the student took each quiz and the lowest and highest scores achieved. Due to the confidential nature of the data included in the reports for this project, all work is being done on the secure forms server.
6/23/14: Information gathering sessions began in mid-May with the project requester and technical staff. The kickoff meeting took place on 5/23/2014, and the initial project task list has been developed. Technical staff began requesting access to Moodle and Drupal databases for the Begin Your Research quiz data and pre/post test data. Design of the report front-end is in progress and the reporting requirements identified by the requester have been prioritized to give technical staff time to work out the security back-end.
5/16/2014: Information gathering sessions with the project requester and technical staff began in mid May, and the kickoff meeting is planned for 5/23/2014. The project plan and task list are in development.
5/8/2014: This project has been approved and the design phase is beginning this month. A target implementation date will be set based on the results of the design phase.