Session Title

Flipping and Assessing Information Literacy

Description

How do we teach first-year college students about information literacy, and how do we know if we’ve been successful? This session explores the writing classes at the University of Minnesota Rochester. We’ve flipped the classroom and have had the students complete an information literacy assessment that has informed the teaching throughout the year. At the end of the spring semester the same tool is given again, allowing us to determine what worked, what needs improvement, and how we can present the curriculum more effectively. Google Forms was an integral part of the assessment delivery and analysis. Learn how easy it is to create your own forms.

Start Date

14-3-2018 1:00 PM

End Date

14-3-2018 2:00 PM

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Flipping and Assessing Information Literacy

How do we teach first-year college students about information literacy, and how do we know if we’ve been successful? This session explores the writing classes at the University of Minnesota Rochester. We’ve flipped the classroom and have had the students complete an information literacy assessment that has informed the teaching throughout the year. At the end of the spring semester the same tool is given again, allowing us to determine what worked, what needs improvement, and how we can present the curriculum more effectively. Google Forms was an integral part of the assessment delivery and analysis. Learn how easy it is to create your own forms.