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Are They Learning? Building a longitudinal model of information literacy assessment

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This is a paper presented at the LILAC 2016 conference in Dublin, Ireland during March 2016. This paper provides overview of a three-year assessment project in Champlain College Library - to assess the information literacy competency of students.

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Are They Learning? Building a longitudinal model of information literacy assessment

  1. 1. ARE THEY LEARNING? Building a longitudinal model of information literacy assessment Alan Carbery, Sean Leahy, Champlain College, Vermont, USA
  2. 2. Information Literacy Developmental Rubric Access the rubric at: bit.ly/infolitdevelopmentalrubric
  3. 3. BIGpicture highlights
  4. 4. What we know about the 3RD YEAR STUDENT
  5. 5. Students have a grasp on the SCOPE & FOCUS of their research
  6. 6. Connecting IDEAS
  7. 7. SOPHISTICATION But, citations lack the we might expect at 3rd year
  8. 8. CLASS OF 2016 Look how you’ve GROWN!
  9. 9. 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 First Year Junior Year Overall Information Literacy Performance First Year to Junior Year
  10. 10. First Year Junior Year 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 Identifies Questions for Investigation Selects Appropriate Strategies & Tools to Access Information Critically evaluates and appraises information Synthesizes Informaiton Attribution Median Scores by Criteria
  11. 11. Observations about ASSESSMENT
  12. 12. Redesigning & realigning INSTRUCTION based on what students NEED
  13. 13. Does assignment type predict performance outcomes?
  14. 14. A case for PORTFOLIOS?
  15. 15. acarbery@champlain.edu @acarbery sleahy@champlain.edu

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