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Assessment of Students' Information Literacy: A Case Study of a Secondary School in Hong Kong Discuss this presentation on facebook

CHU, Connie (Student, Master of Science in Library and Information Management, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong)
YEUNG, Alice
CHU, Samuel

Time:15 June 2012, Friday, 5:40 - 6:00 pm
Venue:Room 8 & 9, Collaboration Zone, Level 3, Main Library, HKU
Sub-theme:Learning analytics: analysis and visualization tools to support assessment for learning and just-in-time feedback
Presentation format:Paper Presentations
Medium of instruction:English

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This study aims to examine Hong Kong secondary school students’ current information literacy (IL) in the context of inquiry project-based learning. Three models: TRAILS, Information Search Process, and IL Framework for Hong Kong Students were adapted to be a modified theoretical framework served as an assessment instrument. The findings showed that the students’ learning outcome for IL was at Level II, which equalled to the stage of Primary Four to Six in the IL Framework outlined by the Education Bureau, HKSAR. The students did well in identifying potential sources while they did not do well in using information properly.



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