Assignments as Assessment. Michelle S. Millet Information Literacy Coordinator Trinity University. Today’s Objectives. Attendees will discover ways to create assignments within the context of library instruction to use as assessment tools;
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Michelle S. Millet
Information Literacy Coordinator
UTSA Symposium 2006
Examine and annotate the following three sources. Annotations should begin with a correctly formatted citation and run 3-5 sentences in length. Please provide a brief description followed by an evaluative summary. Consider the following questions: Will it be useful in your research? Why or why not? What are the author’s credentials? Is there a bibliography? Does it include primary sources? Use your judgment.
“Teaching without learning is just talking.”
Thomas A. Angelo and K. Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers, 2nd ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1993, 3.
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