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Information Literacy in ENG2: An Instructor Guide: 3. Assessing Student Work

Quantitative Methods

Rubrics function well as a quantitative means of evaluating student work in that they help trend the grader toward objectivity and consistency. Additionally, they can be shared with students prior to an assignment's due date so the student knows the expectations of their work. Below are examples of IL-oriented rubrics, useful as starting points for integrating IL outcomes into assignments.

Qualitative Methods

Reflective Practice

Reflective-based formative and summative activities not only provide an important student-centered lens through which an instructor can view their work, but provides a platform for a student to take ownership of their own learning by reflecting on their progress.