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UCM Library Annual Assessment Plan 2012-2013: Goal E: Work Environment

Goal E

The library will maintain a positive work environment for all employees at all levels, providing regular opportunities for both individual and organizational development. 

Outcomes

Outcome E1:

Support effective recruitment, training, and professional development opportunities as key elements in the success of the library.

Measures: E1, E2, E3

Outcome E2:

Support effective recruitment and training of library student employees to enhance the success of the library and to foster their academic, professional, and personal growth.

Measures: E4, E5

Measures

Measure E1:

UC Merced Library annual participation in staff training/professional development will be maintained at or above the level of previous year.

Responsibility: Eric Scott

Measure E2:

The library will host at least three in-service activities for library staff during the fiscal year.

Responsibility: Eric Scott

Measure E3:

When surveyed about their satisfaction with the training and professional development opportunities they receive, at least 75% of library staff will report that they are "satisfied" or "highly satisfied."

Responsibility: Eric Scott

Measure E4:

100% of student employees will receive the following minimum amount of training, which will be tracked.

   - 4 hours of classroom training

   - 4 hours of additional individual training

   - 4 hours of coaching per year

   - complete a post-training assessment

A 90% attendance and completion rate will be considered successful.

In addition, public service student employees will complete all Question of the Week assignments.

Responsibility: Eric Scott

Measure E5:

The UC Merced Library will achieve a retention rates among student employees of 85% (excluding students who separate due to graduation, transfer, or by otherwise separating from the university). 

Responsibility: Eric Scott