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Presentation
Using Rubrics for Information Literacy Skill Assessment: A Case Study for Business Education
International Conference on Higher Education (2014)
  • Bobbi Makani, San Jose State University
  • Ann Agee, San Jose State University
  • Marilyn Easter, San Jose State University
  • Yuhfen Diana H Wu, San Jose State University
Abstract

Information literacy—the ability to find, evaluate and use information effectively—is an essential skill set. The authors examine how assignments such as case analyses and research reports help business students master these abilities and provide examples of how analytic rubrics with measurable outcomes are particularly suited to assessing these skills. Also demonstrated is how librarians enhance and support student learning of information literacy by teaching in-depth research skills. Working together, professors and librarians can give students a solid foundation in the information-handling skills they need to be effective and productive in the workplace today.

Publication Date
January 5, 2014
Citation Information
Bobbi Makani, Ann Agee, Marilyn Easter and Yuhfen Diana H Wu. "Using Rubrics for Information Literacy Skill Assessment: A Case Study for Business Education" International Conference on Higher Education (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sjsu_diana_wu/27/