Making assessment less scary: academic librarians collaborate on an information literacy assessment model

  • Title: Making assessment less scary: academic librarians collaborate on an information literacy assessment model
    Author: Goebel, Nancy; Knoch, Jessica; Edwards Thomson, Michelle; Willson, Rebekah; Sharun, Sara
    Year: 2013
    Keyword(s): information literacy, assessment
    Description: This article discusses the Information Literacy in Alberta Assessment Pilot (ILAAP), a pilot project launched by four Alberta post-secondary institutions. The project is aimed at creating a custom assessment tool that responds to the unique needs of local institutions. It is also created to provide a more appropriate model for promoting and assessing information literacy skills among students. The article describes the emergence of the assessment tool and details the benefits and the challenges of the project.
    Peer Reviewed: Yes
    Type of Item: Journal Articles
    Publication Information: Goebel, N., Knoch, J., Thomson, M. E., Willson, R., & Sharun, S. (2013). Making assessment less scary: Academic libraries collaborate on an information literacy assessment model. College & Research Libraries News, 74(1), 28-31. Retrieved from http://crln.acrl.org
    Language: English

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