Communications in Information Literacy, Vol 3, No 2 (2009)

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Mixing and Matching: Assessing Information Literacy

Carol McCulley

Abstract


This paper discusses learning outcomes assessments, so readers of this article will be able to
• Understand the importance of assessment in order to have a rationale for developing assessments for information literacy.
• Evaluate assessment models in order to use them to design library class assessments to improve student outcomes and teaching of information literacy concepts.
• To better understand the process of assessing information literacy instruction through examining some specific methods used by one librarian in order to assess information literacy in their own libraries.

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