ASC/BUS 101 Introduction to University Life Course Oral and Information Literacy Skills Assessment Student: Section Number: Instructor/Evaluator: Date: Instructions: Fill in the rating that best describes this student's demonstrated level of skills related to his or her oral communication and information literacy skills reflected in written and oral assignments completed throughout the course. If the skill is not applicable or cannot be observed through course activities and discussions, please mark N/A. Ratings: High Learning Outcomes/Skills 5 Low 4 3 2 1 N/A Oral Communication Skills: 1. Speak clearly and articulately 2. Clearly express ideas and responses to a particular topic 3. Answers questions authoritatively 4. Use appropriate word usage and grammar within a particular context or topic Information Literacy Skills: 5. Ability to clearly organize written responses that analyze using supporting details 6. Write with appropriate word usage, spelling, grammar, punctuation, and citation style 7. Identify, locate, and access academic sources of information 8. Effectively discern and integrate authoritative information 9. Use the work of others accurately and ethically 10. Use information technologies to communicate, manage, and process information Oral communication and information literacy skills listed above were adopted from materials presented by Linda Suskie, Townson University at the Summer Institute on First-Year Assessment, July 2003 in Ashville, NC.