The increasing popularity of rubrics to assess student learning outcomes in the information literacy classroom is evident within Library and Information Science literature. However, there is a lack of research detailing scientific evaluation of these assessment instruments to determine their reliability and validity. The goal of this study was to use two common measurement methods to determine the content validity and internal consistency reliability of a citation rubric developed by the researcher. Results showed the rubric needed modification in order to improve reliability and validity. Changes were made and the updated rubric will be used in the classroom in a future semester.
Angell, K. (2015). The application of reliability and validity measures to assess the effectiveness of an undergraduate citation rubric. Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian, 34(1), 2-15. doi: 10.1080/01639269.2015.996481