PEMBINA TRAILS SCHOOL DIVISION INFORMATION LITERACY SKILLS: Checklists 

Evaluation: Who Might Give You Feedback

  1. Peer/Other students
  2. Parent
  3. Teacher
  4. School librarian
  5. Your audience

  • Wondering & Planning
    • Did you
      • Choose a topic or problem that interests you ?
      • Identify the questions that need to be answered?
      • Identify information sources?
      • Identify your audience?
      • Decide on when and how you could expect to present your findings?
  • Seeking & Choosing Information
    • Did you
      • Explore different sources of information (eg. community, Internet, library)?
      • Locate information in a variety of formats (eg. books, newspaper, databases)?
      • Assess the information? Was it relevant, current, free of bias, from a reliable source?
      • Keep clear notes of your information search results and sources?
      • Comply with copyright restrictions?
  • Connecting & Organizing the Information
    • Did you
      • Review the topic, problem, question to see ensure

      • you are on the right track?
      • Connect the information in a new, logical manner?
      • Summarize the information in your product in your own way?
  • Producing New Information
    • Did you
      • Finish your product?
      • Return to polish your product after leaving it for a while?
      • Edit and revise as necessary?
      • Prepare your product for a particular audience?
      • Present your product?
      • Acknowledge your sources?
  • Judging
    • Did you
      • Evaluate at frequent intervals while you were researching and preparing your product?
      • Look back on the research process and think about what worked and what didn't?
      • Gather feedback from others?
      • Judge your product and/or presentation and consider what you might have changed to improve it?


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