Assessing Information Literacy. Facilitated by: Sonja Eads & Margo Hamm Maysville Community and Technical College Library. Assessment of IL.
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As you plan for assessment, it’s important to develop a solid understanding of student learning outcome goals, and how the various elements of your assessment plan will fit together promoting student success.
Storyboarding is a tool that makes an excellent companion when planning your assessment of information literacy, because it helps you identify the detailed tasks, steps, actions and events as well as the sequence, timing and allocation of responsibilities established.
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