h"ps://www.flickr.com/photos/25297311@N06/4300994347	
  
Puzzle PiecesAssessing Student work using Rubrics &
Citation Analy...
Assessing student research artifacts provides
insight and context. How are students performing
in real-life?
h"ps://www.fli...
The annotated
bibliography
h"ps://www.flickr.com/photos/34261564@N05/4952695694/	
  
Assessment for dual purpose,
using a two-pronged approach
Rubric-based assessment for evidence of
information literacy
Philipp	
  Henzler,	
  unsplash.com	
  
Followed by a citation
analysis for greater
understanding into students’
behaviors & information
choices
Ryan	
  McGuire,	...
Variety of
sources
Thesis Citations
Completeness of
Annotation
Holistic Impression
Findings
Students choose a variety of sources, including
scholarly, peer-reviewed materials
h"ps://www.flickr.com/photos/stuartwebst...
Mistaking the term to mean “the main source I will use”,
students found primary sources to be a confusing source-type.
Die...
When given the opportunity, students tend to
choose research topics from popular culture.
But are more likely to omit
acad...
Students have a rudimentary
concept of ‘authority’.
PhD = Great Source!Ryan	
  McGuire,	
  GraLsography	
  
Students tend to have less trouble finding sources,
but writing annotations proves more difficult.
Ryan	
  McGuire,	
  graLs...
Students appear to over rely on citation
management tools; often omitting important, yet
readily available citation detail...
Students sometimes ‘bend
the truth’ when it comes to
the sources they’ve used in
their research.
Ryan	
  McGuire,	
  GraLs...
Realigning
Instruction
Reframing instruction to
threshold concepts. Helping
students see annotated
bibliographies as a
scholarly conversation
Ins...
New 2nd year lesson dedicated
to primary sources
Death	
  to	
  the	
  Stock	
  Photo	
  
For the rubric & citation analysis checklist,
please visit: bit.ly/LACrubric
This assessment project was completed with Se...
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This presentation was delivered as a lightning round talk at the Library Assessment Conference in Seattle, WA, on August 4th 2014. It describes an information literacy assessment project using rubrics to measure student learning and information literacy, as well as a citation analysis investigation to determine information behaviors in authentic assessment.

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Puzzle Pieces: Assessing Student Work using Rubrics & Citation Analysis for dual-purpose Assessment

  1. 1. h"ps://www.flickr.com/photos/25297311@N06/4300994347   Puzzle PiecesAssessing Student work using Rubrics & Citation Analysis for Dual-Purpose Assessment Alan Carbery @acarbery  
  2. 2. Assessing student research artifacts provides insight and context. How are students performing in real-life? h"ps://www.flickr.com/photos/25850219@N05/4594903605  
  3. 3. The annotated bibliography h"ps://www.flickr.com/photos/34261564@N05/4952695694/  
  4. 4. Assessment for dual purpose, using a two-pronged approach
  5. 5. Rubric-based assessment for evidence of information literacy Philipp  Henzler,  unsplash.com  
  6. 6. Followed by a citation analysis for greater understanding into students’ behaviors & information choices Ryan  McGuire,  graLsography.com    
  7. 7. Variety of sources Thesis Citations Completeness of Annotation Holistic Impression
  8. 8. Findings
  9. 9. Students choose a variety of sources, including scholarly, peer-reviewed materials h"ps://www.flickr.com/photos/stuartwebster/5426317242  
  10. 10. Mistaking the term to mean “the main source I will use”, students found primary sources to be a confusing source-type. Dietmar  Becker,  unsplash.com  
  11. 11. When given the opportunity, students tend to choose research topics from popular culture. But are more likely to omit academic sources in these cases. h"p://www.flickr.com/photos/58787935@N00/5991572089/  
  12. 12. Students have a rudimentary concept of ‘authority’. PhD = Great Source!Ryan  McGuire,  GraLsography  
  13. 13. Students tend to have less trouble finding sources, but writing annotations proves more difficult. Ryan  McGuire,  graLsography.com  
  14. 14. Students appear to over rely on citation management tools; often omitting important, yet readily available citation details. Galymzhan  Abdugalimov,  unsplash.com  
  15. 15. Students sometimes ‘bend the truth’ when it comes to the sources they’ve used in their research. Ryan  McGuire,  GraLsography  
  16. 16. Realigning Instruction
  17. 17. Reframing instruction to threshold concepts. Helping students see annotated bibliographies as a scholarly conversation InspiraLonfeed.com  
  18. 18. New 2nd year lesson dedicated to primary sources Death  to  the  Stock  Photo  
  19. 19. For the rubric & citation analysis checklist, please visit: bit.ly/LACrubric This assessment project was completed with Sean Leahy, Scholarly Resource & Academic Outreach Librarian, Champlain College, sleahy@champlain.edu. Contact us! @acarbery acarbery@champlain.edu http://slideshare.net/acarbery

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