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If you are looking for a fairer and more accurate way to select new hires or evaluate current employees, using rubrics may be just the tool you need. A rubric is a tool that delineates specific expectations for varying levels of competency. Commonly used in teaching situations for appraising research papers or projects and allocating grades, they also help compare potential candidates or existing staff against expectations. They can be used effectively in two situations related to human resources in libraries: evaluation of job candidates and annual performance reviews of existing professionals and paraprofessionals.This presentation will introduce the topic of rubrics and describe best practices in their construction. We will outline their utility in reviewing job applicants equitably, and then exemplify their use in unbiased performance reviews.By the end of this webinar participants will:• learn the basic construction of rubrics• learn how to apply rubrics in selecting employees• gain knowledge of how to use rubrics in annual performance reviews
Presenters: Sian Brannon, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Collection Management, University of North Texas Libraries, Julie Leuzinger, Department Head, Eagle Commons Library, University of North Texas LibrariesThis is a group viewing of a workshop hosted through Webex. This webinar may only be viewed from one of the viewing locations listed above.
Categories: Management Skills/Administration
This event is sponsored by Reaching Across Illinois Library System.
Last day to cancel registrations is: 4/23/2014
Questions? Please contact Joe Filapek.
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