InformationLiteracyAssessment
2STUFF Press   Record Grades Blackboard Registration Events Assignments
3Why bother with assessment?
4Connections   Learning                  Assessment  Outcomes
5The Levels    Results         Behavioral                  Learning                             Reaction
6Assessment Design Who   wants to know? What   questions are you trying to answer What   kind of data do you need?
7Assessment Design What     are your learning outcomes? How will your learners show what the  know? What     will you d...
8Stakeholders…Who is a stakeholder in the informationliteracy classroom?Why do they matter?
9Authenticity“Authentic assessment challenges learnersto demonstrate, in a meaningful way, whatthey have learned and what ...
10SAILS
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  • Talk about Grades and ask about the assignment…what did you think of the listserv? Would you want to use it in the future?No more BlackboardRegistration – I am teaching a social media course…it is …. Code for fall is 101212 …MLA next week in Charlotte, South County Regional Library 2 – 4 Technology Summit & Assessment 101 seminar on April 11 from 12-1 via Collaborate…sign up onlineNow let’s talk about the end of semester assignments…and the sheet I sent out…
  • Let’s start with a question from the book…how many of you have created assessments, taken assessments, dread assessments?Anyone want to talk about their assessment experiences?Do you assess on a regular basis…take the pulse of the classroom? How about online?
  • What is the connection you see between learning outcomes and assessment?What order will you do them? Does it matter?
  • So what about a smile sheet? How many of you have seen those…What are some ways you can imagine designing assessments and at which level do you go?
  • Book pg 203
  • Faculty, students, institution, accreditation, who?
  • So how can you do authentic assessment?
  • Go to the SAILS website…https://www.projectsails.org/Home
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    1. 1. InformationLiteracyAssessment
    2. 2. 2STUFF Press Record Grades Blackboard Registration Events Assignments
    3. 3. 3Why bother with assessment?
    4. 4. 4Connections Learning Assessment Outcomes
    5. 5. 5The Levels Results Behavioral Learning Reaction
    6. 6. 6Assessment Design Who wants to know? What questions are you trying to answer What kind of data do you need?
    7. 7. 7Assessment Design What are your learning outcomes? How will your learners show what the know? What will you do with the data? Is this a formal assessment?
    8. 8. 8Stakeholders…Who is a stakeholder in the informationliteracy classroom?Why do they matter?
    9. 9. 9Authenticity“Authentic assessment challenges learnersto demonstrate, in a meaningful way, whatthey have learned and what they are ableto do with that newly acquired knowledge” Grassian and Kaplowitz, p. 213
    10. 10. 10SAILS

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