Your Information Literacy assessment should address at least 1 of the following:
These activities relate to the Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education from the American Library Association. When you create a rubric that assesses 1 or more of these activities, you are assessing the information literacy skills of your students.
Students reliance on Google has clearly replaced the more traditional approaches to research. Rubrics can be a practical tool for developing student information literacy and critical thinking skills.
Website evaluation rubrics are great for teaching students how to analyze and grade the academic quality of Internet sources. Students can use a rubric to practice reviewing websites for 5 evaluative criteria:
Rubrics will help students hone their critical thinking skills as they discuss and review the components of academic-level sources.