Credo InfoLit Modules incorporate Information Literacy and ACRL frames into prebuilt tutorials for LTI embed (and grade sync) within LMS. Streamlined progression with customizable content, and selectable depending on the theme, assignment, etc. Quizzes, video content, health science / general undergrad modules.
Turn a YouTube clip (or homegrown video) into an interactive classroom lesson. Edpuzzle embeds online video into a learning format where students actively engage with video content through ongoing quizzes and feedback, and instructors can monitor student progress (including NOT allowing students to skip content).
Ask students to email the librarian (you) at the end of class for a quick assessment. Suggest they email one thing they learned or one question they have. Works well with small classes, and opens the lines of communication for future research needs.
Has an assessment section with submitted examples for reuse/repurposing. Examples are mainly course specific, but some are also general enough depending on the program/scope of the course.
Design 1-3 questions around your IL session’s student learning outcomes. Multiple choice and short answer questions work well, and anonymous responses can be exported in an Excel sheet and easily shared with instructors or other stakeholders. For example, students can be asked to identify which Boolean Operator should be used between similar concepts/synonyms or to provide a short response about how they intend to use the new knowledge they have learned.
Has multiple choice, true/false quiz incorporation within tutorials, as well as feedback option upon completion.
The Information Literacy Assessment & Advocacy Project (ILAAP) is an assessment tool designed to investigate the information literacy skills of first and second-year post-secondary students. Learn more about it on our PALNI LibGuide.
Use to pre assess student knowledge and/or to post assess acquisition of student learning outcomes. Results can be exported to Excel and shared with stakeholders. Choose to keep responses anonymous, coded, or identified by full name.
LibGuide Polls allow you to incorporate simple embedded polls. Each poll contains a single, multiple-choice question with up to 10 possible responses. Results are displayed live on the screen after each result is submitted, but guide owners can view and reset the results at any time in editing mode.
a cloud-based interactive presentation platform, which currently supports asking questions in various formats, including multiple choice, word cloud, open ended, scales, ranking, image choice, Q&A, and timed quizzes.
Card tool for formative assessment.
Allows students to submit free-form responses for assessment purposes.
Add polls to presentations, built in for PowerPoint, Google Slides, and more. Can show results in a variety of ways, including Word Clouds.