Forging Future Professionals: A Mixed-Methods Curricular Analysis of a Post-Graduate Library Science Fellowship
- Discover ways to evaluate early-career library science professional development programs and find out what new entrants to the field want out of post-graduate training opportunities. This poster reviews our mixed-methods approach to evaluating and recommending changes for an early-career fellowship program. Learning Outcomes: Highlight common feedback given by early-career professionals in order to identify the training expectations and needs of new entrants in the field. Consider the use of professional competencies to structure professional development programs in order to clarify the success criteria of the program for all stakeholders. Model a mixed-methods approach to curriculum evaluation in order to recommend similar examinations for other professional development programs.
|Type of resource
|March 24, 2023; March 15, 2023
|fellowships and residencies
|Professional education > Standards
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