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Information Literacy: Rubrics

Information literacy is the ability to locate, evaluate and use information wisely. Information literacy is at the core of what it means to be educated in this century. (Kuhlthau, 2008)

Information Literacy Rubrics

Core curriculum courses are an opportunity to practice and build on the introductory information literacy skills. Advances in information seeking and critical thinking skills are part of the student development as they progress through discipline specific courses

The information literacy rubrics below provide examples of different levels of mastery students can be expected to develop as they progress in their academic career.

AACU Information Literacy Value Rubric - The Association of American Colleges and Universities

Information Literacy Student Learning Outcomes  - University of Kentucky

Rubric Assessment of Information Literacy Skills (RAILS) - Syracuse University's iSchool

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