This Library Graduate Attribute Toolkit provides practical assessment examples that you can use to create learning opportunities for your students in developing skills aligned to ACU's Graduate Attributes.
This Toolkit looks in particular at Graduate Attributes 4,6,8,9 & 10, specifically:
How can I use this Toolkit?
Each tab in this Toolkit lists one of the Graduate Attributes listed above. You will find corresponding Australian and New Zealand Information Literacy (ANZIIL) standards and learning outcomes. The ANZIIL framework is helpful in identifying key characteristics, knowledge, skills, attitudes and aspirations associated with an information literate person - a concept that at the simplest level closely aligns to ACU's Graduate Attribute 8: locate, organise, analyse, synthesise and evaluate information.
The suggested assessment examples are presented using a scaffolded approach (i.e. Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced) to reflect expected learning and development.
Bundy, A. (Ed.). (2004). Australian and New Zealand information literacy framework: Principles, standards and practice (2nd ed.). Adelaide: Australian and New Zealand Institute of Information Literacy. Retrieved September 23, 2011 from http://archive.caul.edu.au/info-literacy/InfoLiteracyFramework.pdf