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Assessing Prior Knowledge
AAC&U's Information Literacy VALUE Rubric
Created by a team of experts, including Megan Oakleaf, AAC&U's rubric for information literacy is recommended for assessing a body of work, not an individual piece.
RAILS: Rubric Assessment of Information Literacy Skills
Using the AAC&U VALUE rubrics and the Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education as starting points, RAILS assists librarians who seek to create campus-specific rubrics, "norm" them for use with multiple raters, and gather results data that inform instructional improvements.
ACRL VALUE of Academic Libraries
Though the scope of the ACRL Value Project is larger than assessment of student learning or program assessment, it contains key information about assessment within a larger context.
Tips for Writing Learning Outcomes
Deb Gilchrist, Pierce College, is well known for her workshops on writing learning outcomes and her use of "assessment as learning." In a blog posting, the author of the Information Literacy Librarian blog summarizes Gilchrist's strategy.
How to Write Student Learning Outcomes
The Office of Assessment at Kansas State University created this web site which aligns Bloom's Six Levels of Learning with suggested verbs in student learning outcomes.