Title

Information literacy successes compared: Online vs. face to Face

Document Type

Article

Date of Original Version

12-1-2008

Abstract

This paper compares the results of a comprehensive exam taken by undergraduates enrolled in face-to-face and online sections of a three-credit course in information literacy. Authors discuss choosing, adapting, and implementing the comprehensive exam. Questions are mapped to the ACRL Competency Standards for Information Literacy for Higher Education to assess the effectiveness of the course. Preliminary results indicate that online students performed slightly better than their face-to-face counterparts. © 2008 Central Michigan University.

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