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From: Jennifer Lynn Harper (
Date: Thu Oct 27 2005 - 13:55:09 EDT

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Yes, I have found a good example.  It's from the California 
Library Literacy Services program.  If you go to this website:
then click What's new
then click May 2005
you will find the roles/goals sheet.  It is in Microsoft word 

Take care,

---- Original message ----
>Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2005 10:46:07 -0400 (EDT)
>From: "Kropp, Norm V." <>  
>Subject: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:1300] Re: Measuring Outcomes of 
>To: Multiple recipients of list <nifl->
>Does anyone have an example of a goals survey?
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>Subject: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:1299] Re: Measuring Outcomes of 
>We also have the students fill out a goals survey at the 
beginning of
>the semester, then repeat it with followup questions during 
the semester
>to let them see what they are doing to fulfill their goals, 
then again
>at the end of th semester to see if they have achieved their 
>Jo Pamment
>ESL Coordinator
>Haslett Public Schools
>1118 S. Harrison 
>East Lansing, Michigan 48823
>TEL:  517 337-8353
>FAX:  517 337-3195
>>>> 10/26/05 10:23 PM >>>
>Hello all,
>I'm a current LIS student at Wayne State University in 
>Michigan.  I'm VERY interested in literacy issues.  I'm 
>currently working on an assignment where we have created our 
>own literacy service.  It is fiction.  We will not be 
>up an actual literacy service, but we need to add certain 
>components to our written proposal: ex. how we will measure 
>We are trying to find ways of measuring outcomes.  We 
>that it is best for literacy students to set their OWN 
>goals.  One way we have decided to measure outcomes is 
>through a goals sheet.  We would ask the students their 
>in the beginning of the program, and then interview them to 
>find out when they have achieved their goals.  All of this 
>information would be recorded and used as a way of measuring 
>That is our main way of measuring outcomes.  Do any of you 
>have interesting methods of measuring outcomes in literacy 
>programs that you would be willing to share?
>Thanks in advance,
>Jennifer Harper
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