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Project RAILS: Lessons Learned about Rubric Assessment of Information Literacy Skills

Project RAILS: Lessons Learned about Rubric Assessment of Information Literacy Skills

dc.contributor.author Belanger, Jackie (University of Washington Bothell)
dc.contributor.author Zou, Ning
dc.contributor.author Rushing Mills, Jenny (Belmont University)
dc.contributor.author Holmes, Claire (Towson University)
dc.contributor.author Oakleaf, Megan (Syracuse University)
dc.date.accessioned 2016-07-26T19:03:42Z
dc.date.available 2016-07-26T19:03:42Z
dc.date.issued 2015
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10969/1107
dc.description.abstract Rubric assessment of information literacy is an important tool for librarians seeking to show evidence of student learning. The authors, who collaborated on the Rubric Assessment of Informational Literacy Skills (RAILS) research project, draw from their shared experience to present practical recommendations for implementing rubric assessment in a variety of institutional contexts. These recommendations focus on four areas: (1) building successful collaborative relationships, (2) developing assignments, (3) creating and using rubrics, and (4) using assessment results to improve instruction and assessment practices. Recommendations are discussed in detail and include institutional examples of emerging practices that can be adapted for local use. en_US
dc.title Project RAILS: Lessons Learned about Rubric Assessment of Information Literacy Skills en_US
dc.description.version Article originally published in Libraries and the Academy 15(4), 2105, p. 623-644. en_US

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