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Information Literacy : Assessment
Information Literacy : Assessment
Section in the Handbook for Information Literacy Teaching.
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Info Fluency Continuum 2010 Benchmark Skills and Assessments
Information Fluency Continuum 2010 Priority Benchmark Skills and Assessments.
The documents in this guide include:
-Information Fluency Continuum
-Information Fluency Continuum Benchmark Skills
-Grade-by-Grade Information Fluency Benchmark Skills
-K-12 Information Fluency Continuum Priority Benchmark Skills Brochure
-Information Fluency Continuum: Priority Benchmark Skills and Assessments
-REACTS Taxonomy
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The Information Fluency Continuum
The Information Fluency Continuum provides a framework for the instructional aspects of a library program.
The framework is based on three standards that form the basis for the skills and strategies that are essential for students to become independent readers and learners.
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Assessments of Information Literacy
Assessments of Information Literacy
Forced-choice Tests (e.g., multiple-choice, true/false)
Authentic Assessments
Blended Assessments (some combination of forced-choice and constructed-response or performance items)
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TRAILS : Assess Inf.Lit.Skills online
TRAILS is a tool for library media specialists and teachers to assess the information literacy skills of their students. It is completely Web-based and freely available for use.
The procedure for using TRAILS for your class is outlined in the How TRAILS Works section. There you will also find the link to Create an Account.
TRAILS?ool for Real-time Assessment of Information Literacy Skills?s a project of Libraries and Media Services (LMS) at Kent State University. It is one of the initiatives of the Institute for Library and Information Literacy Education (ILILE), a federally-sponsored project to foster collaboration between teachers and librarians who are concerned with advancing library and information literacy in the PK-12 school curriculum.
The goal of the TRAILS project was to create a tool for secondary education that would assist library media specialists in assessing the information literacy competencies of high school students.
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Thinking Tools from Intel
Thinking Tools from Intel
Increase student learning with these interactive, online tools designed to promote higher-order thinking in any subject. Each tool features an online workspace where students create and save visual representations of their thinking. Classroom strategies and teacher-tested project ideas suitable for K-12 classrooms will help you get started.
Visual Ranking Tool
Students show their reasoning and discuss differences in their conclusions as they use the Visual Ranking Tool to prioritize and compare items in lists.
Seeing Reason Tool
Seeing Reason Tool prompts students to investigate cause-and-effect relationships in complex systems. Students use an interactive causal mapping tool to create maps that communicate their understanding.
Showing Evidence Tool
Students use the Showing Evidence Tool to construct a well-reasoned argument and defend it with credible evidence. The interactive workspace prompts students to assess sources and analyze evidence.
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Information Literacy Evaluation Tool
Information Literacy Evaluation Tool
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Guidelines for Information Literacy Assessment
Guidelines for Information Literacy Assessment .. pdf file
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