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ExitTicket Student Response System - Digital post-its and then some..

ExitTicket Student Response System - Digital post-its and then some.. | college and career ready | Scoop.it

Was trying to find some sort of digital "exit ticket" where students could respond to the lesson and give you feedback as to how much they have learned.

 

This product appears to do it and much much more (dont they all). There is a Price Plan if you want to go the "whole hog" but you do get some things for free - https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7336564/WEB2.0/Exit.png

 

Students can complete quizzes or questionnaires for their exit ticket. Students can do this on any connected mobile or desktop device. Some impressive storage and displays of results.

 

Website has lots of good help features and reviews


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Rethinking ACRL’s Information Literacy Standards: The Process Begins

Rethinking ACRL’s Information Literacy Standards: The Process Begins | college and career ready | Scoop.it

ACRL’s Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education (“the Standards”) were first adopted in 2000. Since then the Standards have become one of, if not the most essential document, related to the emergence of information literacy as a recognized learning outcome at many institutions of higher education. In the vast collection of research and writings about information literacy, the Standards are cited thousands of times. Put simply, ACRL’s Standards are the de facto definition of information literacy. Though they have served the academic library profession well over the past thirteen years, the current standards are showing their age. It is time for our association to engage in a process to rethink and reimagine them for the next generation of academic librarians, college students and the faculty.


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