LILO (Learning Information Literacy Online) is a project of the UH Libraries Information Literacy Committee (UHLILC) for the UH System. LILO is a productivity application that guides students’ research process using library and Web resources. Students create and add to an online Research Journal, documenting their research on a topic over a period of weeks.
Assessment is central to LILO. Most questions in LILO can be assessed using over 200 4-level embedded rubrics. See How Others Answered This Question links above text input boxes provide actual student responses modeling each rubric level, and defining what constitutes excellent, satisfactory, partial, or incomplete answers. LILO questions are mapped to national information literacy standards and outcomes developed by the Association for College and Research Libraries of the American Library Association. Instructors participating in LILO may now request an Information Literacy Assessment Report rating each student’s response for any or all LILO modules used, along with a discussion section describing how students did overall. By Thora Abarca, Wil Frost, Margot Hanson, Diane Nahl, Kevin Roddy, Lari-anne Au, Michael Gmelin; Norma Matsukawa, Ellen Peterson, Tara Severns
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Abarca, T., Frost, W., Hanson, M., Nahl, D., Roddy, K., Au, L., Gmelin, Michael; Matsukawa, Norma; Peterson, Ellen; Severns, Tara (2008, November). Assessing Information Literacy Online. Poster session presented at the Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Exhibit at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Honolulu, HI.