Program Outcome #1: Foundations of the Profession
Demonstrates my philosophy of ethical and client-centered information services for the library and information professions.
Program Outcome #2: Information Resources
Shows my abilities to explain, implement and manage resources, including collections, in order to meet a specific information need.
Program Outcome #3: Organization of Recorded Knowledge and Information
Establishes that I can develop, explain, use and maintain systems to organize and retrieve recorded knowledge.
Program Outcome #4: Technological Knowledge and Skills
Exemplifies my ability to employ current and emerging technologies to effectively communicate, search for, identify, repackage, and deliver information resources.
Program Outcome #5: Reference and User Services
Evidences my skills to retrieve, evaluate, and synthesize information resources to fulfill an information needs assessment, and to then evaluate the usefulness of these resources to the user.
Program Outcome #6: Research
2012 Oregon Public Library Internet Survey for the Oregon Library Association Intellectual Freedom Committee
Showcases my aptitude to evaluate, critique, and discuss new research in the field, and to asses library or information problems and identify an appropriate research method.
Program Outcome #7: Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning
Professional Exchange Travel Journal for 860, Current Issues Global Info Infrastructure: Scottish Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections
Exhibits my commitment to lifelong learning through participation in professional development activities, and through disseminating new information to colleagues and patrons.
Program Outcome #8: Administration and Management
Attests that I am able to aid in effective and appropriate change in library and information services through collaboration, communication and collegiality.