The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) has a topical add-on module entitled "Experiences with Information Literacy." The module was developed in collaboration with college and university librarians.
The iSkills™ assessment from Educational Testing Service (ETS) is an outcomes-based assessment that measures the ability to think critically in a digital environment through a range of real-world performance tasks.
The Critical-thinking Assessment Test (CAT) was developed with input from faculty across a wide range of institutions and disciplines, with guidance from colleagues in the cognitive/learning sciences and assessment and with support from the Nation
The Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) is a nationally-normed assessment program from ACT which measures outcomes of the general education programs at the end of the first 2 years of college.
The Standardized Assessment of Information Literacy Skills (SAILS) test is a fixed-choice national test There are two forms of the SAILS information literacy test, one for individual test results, and one for groups (cohorts) of students.
Academic librarians from across North America continued to expand assessment practices through their participation in the Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL) three-year program, Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Studen
Rubric Assessment of Information Literacy Skills (RAILS) is an IMLS-funded research project designed to investigate an analytic rubric approach to information literacy assessment in higher education. The RAILS project is intended to help academic