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helps librarians assess student information literacy skills exhibited in "artifacts of student learning" like research papers, presentations, worksheets, portfolios, or reflective journals. 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.

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RAILS at LAC 2014
Join us at two RAILS presentations at LAC 2014!  Three Years of RAILS Research: The Take Aways for Information Literacy Teaching, Learning, & Assessment and So What? The Results & Impact of a Decade of IMLS-Funded Information Literacy... read more