PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to highlight the steps taken by the library, English faculty and administrative stakeholders to create an information literacy exam for transfer students.Design/methodology/approachThe paper outlines the need for the exam, the student learning outcomes assessed by the exam, the process by which test questions were created and the technology used to create and deliver the exam.FindingsExperiences and suggestions relevant to developing an information literacy exam and a related website portal and tutorials are provided.Originality/valueThe report will have significant value to anyone considering implementing their own original information literacy exam and those seeking advice on test question creation and development.
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Published: Aug 14, 2017
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