DePaul's School of Education was the first implementation of a Needs Assessment designed jointly by the university's Instructional Technology Development (ITD) area and the University Libraries. The goals for the Needs Assessment were to identify areas in which an expanded, unified and comprehensive faculty development training and support package would both address faculty's perceived needs while also improving adoption of existing instructional technologies and/or services. The Library's education bibliographer and the ITD consultant for education interviewed faculty representing a cross section of departments and programs as well as technological expertise. The results were analyzed; issues were sorted according to faculty priority and by length of time and resources needed to address them.
13th Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) Conference
Taylor, Terry; Bryan, H; and Hinojosa, Mickey Ann. (2002) "Collaborative Support for the School of Education: A Joint Instructional Technology and Library Needs Assessment Program.". 13th Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) Conference.