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Information Literacy Modules - IST613 Draft Rubric - Angela Persico

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indicators

Beginning

Developing

Exemplary

Data Source

Information Literacy Skill Level

0-49% of freshmen will demonstrate basic information literacy skills (locating, assessing, and using information)

50-75% of freshmen will demonstrate basic information literacy skills (locating, assessing, and using information)

75% or more of freshmen will demonstrate basic information literacy skills (locating, assessing, and using information)

Pre- and post-tests

Grade on Research Assignment

At least 50% of freshmen will be lacking the information literacy skills necessary to complete the research assignment

At least 75% of freshmen will acquire the basic information literacy skills necessary to complete the research assignment

75% or more of freshmen will score a B or greater on the research assignment

Written research assignment

Student Satisfaction

0-49% of freshmen who complete the Information Cycle modules will report feeling satisfied with the service and finding it valuable to their courses

50-74% of freshmen who complete the Information Cycle modules will report feeling satisfied with the service and finding it valuable to their courses

At least 75% of freshmen who complete the Information Cycle modules will reportfeeling  satisfied with the service and finding it valuable to their courses

Student survey

Faculty Satisfaction

0-49% of faculty who use the Information Cycle modules in their courses will report feeling satisfied with the service and finding it valuable to their students' success

50-74% of faculty who use the Information Cycle modules in their courses will report feeling satisfied with the service and finding it valuable to their students' success

At least 75% of faculty who use the Information Cycle modules in their courses will report feeling satisfied with the service and finding it valuable to their students' success

Faculty survey