Assessing and Gathering Feedback of the One-Shot Presentation
From Johnna Horton
Librarians frequently are asked to provide a one-shot presentation for various classes, and Covid 19 has not changed this; research lessons and other library presentations too have transitioned to the online environment. When presenting face to face, it was easier to read student cues of understanding about the presentation information, but how to check in with students and receive feedback online? Did they take away the key pieces of information? Will they be able to apply this knowledge and skills when needed for the assignment? This may have been challenging previously and feels now even more complicated. This session will provide both a pedagogical framework for presenting a one-shot and practical strategies for assessing student understanding during and after the presentation. Additionally, learn strategies to gather student overall feedback for reflection and revision for future presentations.