These resources are provided for the benefit of librarians and educators interested in designing an information literacy curriculum. In addition to the course material presented on this page, the MCTC Library faculty works with instructors from various subject disciplines to embed information literacy instruction and assessment in their curriculum and assignments. This Research Portfolio and corresponding assessment rubric were designed for content courses that require a research paper or project. The portfolio provides an opportunity for the instructor to assess information literacy skills.
All sections of INFS 1000 use equivalent syllabus, assignments, exams and grading rubrics. This allows us to do a comprehensive program assessment across all sections of the class. The annual program assessment uses data gathered from the final exam project. The assessment report is based upon the 5 key competencies measured in the final exam project grading rubric. The 2007-2008 report is our last report. We learned much from the annual assessments over the years and used the data to constantly revise the course. We are currently assessing our Library Information Technology A.A.S. degree program.