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Methods and tools for information
literacy assessment: A collaborative
project between University and Upper
Secondary Scho...
WHO ARE WE?
WHY THE NEED FOR A PROJECT
ON ASSESSMENT?
• Structural as well as
pedagogical motives
• Lack of documentation
on assessmen...
A COLLABORATIVE PROJECT
• 2 University Libraries and 1 Upper
Secondary School Library
• Financed by the National Library o...
THE PROCESS
• Phase 1: Literature review
• Phase 2: Testing of tools
• Phase 3: Dissemination
REFLECTIONS ON THE PROCESS
• The value of pilot studies
• Involvement of colleagues
• Problems
• Limitations
THE RESULT – A TOOLBOX
• 7 groups of assessment methods
• 26 tools
• Practical tips and lessons from
the test phase
• Tips...
ASSESSMENT DOMAINS
• Attitudes
• Knowledge
• Behavior
Radcliff, C. J., Lee Jensen, M., Salem Jr., J. A., Burhanna, K. J., ...
ADDED VALUE
• The benefits of
collaboration
• New perspectives
on teaching
?
What are your experiences with
assessment? Do you have any tips you
want to share?
www.polleverywhere.com/karinpettersson
HULEBÄCK UPPER SECONDARY SCHOOL
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Methods and tools for information literacy assessment – a collaborative project between university and upper secondary school libraries in Sweden - Karin Pettersson, Lena Landgren & Karolina Hanberger

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Methods and tools for information literacy assessment – a collaborative project between university and upper secondary school libraries in Sweden - Karin Pettersson, Lena Landgren & Karolina Hanberger

  1. 1. Methods and tools for information literacy assessment: A collaborative project between University and Upper Secondary School Libraries in Sweden Lena.Landgren@ub.lu.se, Lund University Library Karin.Pettersson@ub.gu.se, Gothenburg University Library LILAC, April 25, 2014
  2. 2. WHO ARE WE?
  3. 3. WHY THE NEED FOR A PROJECT ON ASSESSMENT? • Structural as well as pedagogical motives • Lack of documentation on assessment within IL in Sweden
  4. 4. A COLLABORATIVE PROJECT • 2 University Libraries and 1 Upper Secondary School Library • Financed by the National Library of Sweden • Report and Toolbox (only in Swedish) www.kb.se/bibliotek/Projektbidrag2/ avslutade/Avslutade-2014/
  5. 5. THE PROCESS • Phase 1: Literature review • Phase 2: Testing of tools • Phase 3: Dissemination
  6. 6. REFLECTIONS ON THE PROCESS • The value of pilot studies • Involvement of colleagues • Problems • Limitations
  7. 7. THE RESULT – A TOOLBOX • 7 groups of assessment methods • 26 tools • Practical tips and lessons from the test phase • Tips for further reading
  8. 8. ASSESSMENT DOMAINS • Attitudes • Knowledge • Behavior Radcliff, C. J., Lee Jensen, M., Salem Jr., J. A., Burhanna, K. J., & Gedeon, J. A. (2007). A practical guide to information literacy assessment for academic librarians. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited.
  9. 9. ADDED VALUE • The benefits of collaboration • New perspectives on teaching
  10. 10. ?
  11. 11. What are your experiences with assessment? Do you have any tips you want to share? www.polleverywhere.com/karinpettersson
  12. 12. HULEBÄCK UPPER SECONDARY SCHOOL

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