At Benedictine University, our Inquiry General Education Curriculum is at the heart of all undergraduate degree programs. Upon graduation from Benedictine University, all students must demonstrate competency in 8 university-wide inquiry goals one of which addresses Information Literacy.
In Goal #3: Information Fluency, students will be assessed on their ability to
This wide-reaching goal extends across all disciplines and programs, which have developed their own Learning Goals, Objectives, and Student Learning Outcomes.
This guide will provide suggestions on how to integrate these outcomes into programs using the criteria established by The Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), the higher education association for librarians. .
The purpose of this guide is to provide a starting point for faculty and librarians as we strive to assess information literacy student learning outcomes, particularly those working with the new Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. This guide includes: