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The following sources contain rubrics that can be modified for use in your courses. (Please be aware of any copyright permissions that may be needed.)

If you use a rubric to assess an assignment, it is suggested that you provide a copy of the rubric to the students when the assignment is given.

Information Literacy assignments should be explicitly tied to a learning outcome of the course.

Rubrics in General

Introduction to Rubrics 

AAC&U’s VALUE Rubrics: Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education

Guide to Scoring Rubrics

Information Literacy Rubrics

Brookhart, Susan and Anthony J. Nitko.  Assessing and Grading in Classrooms.  Upper Saddle River: Pearson, 2008.

Brookhart, Susan.  How to Create and Use Rubrics for Formative Assessment and Grading.  Alexandria:  ASCD, 2013.

Brookhart, Susan.  How to Give Effective Feedback to Your Students.  ASCD, 2008.

Fisher, Douglas and Nancy Frey.  Checking for Understanding:  Formative Assessment Techniques in Your Classroom.  Alexandria:  ASCD, 2007.

Mezeske, Richard J. and Barbara Mezeske.  Beyond Tests and Quizzes:  Creative Assessment in the College Classroom.  San Francisco:  Josey Bass, 2007.

Mueller, Jon.  Authentic Assessment Toolbox

Suskie, Linda.  Assessing Student Learning:  A Common Sense Guide.  Bolton:  Anker, 2004.

Annotated Bibliography Rubrics