resources |IRQ file
The format of the IRQ is a moodle file. This file needs to be imported into moodle. Right click on the link and save the file to your desktop and then follow the import instructions below.
resources |LMS IRQ file import instructions
- Adaptive mode
- Non-adaptive mode
Choose adaptive mode if you want students to have multiple responses to the same question within the same attempt. Video feedback is given after each response and students can change their response after getting the feedback, before submitting the complete quiz attempt.
Choose non-adaptive mode if you don't want the students to be able to change their answers before submitting a quiz attempt. In non-adaptive mode only one response per question is allowed within an attempt at the IRQ
Video feedback is not given after each response and students cannot change their response after getting the feedback. Video feedback is given after the complete quiz attempt is submitted. So the first true attempt is recorded. Other quiz attempts may be set up as required to record further attempts.
resources |Assignment calculator
The Assignment Calculator is a time management tool designed to help students keep their assignment completion on track. The Assignment Calculator breaks down assignment tasks into a series of manageable steps, and provides expert tips and links to helpful library and university resources. Students enter their assignment start date and due date to get a step-by-step plan. Students can also opt in to email reminders which prompt them to do tasks on time and not at the last minute.
This Assignment Calculator is based on the University of Minnesota Assignment Calculator and is linked to question seven in the IRQ (which is about planning). It is also available via the Library website, so students not completing the IRQ are able to access it.
resources |Assessment rubrics
If you are interested in embedding the IRQ/LibSkills in your subject, contact your Faculty Librarian.
More information about this Toolkit website - contact any member of the Library DfL working group.
resources |Articles and Presentations
Refereed Articles and Papers
Corbin, J. & Karasmanis, S. (2010). Evidence into practice: Evaluation of an innovative information literacy model for first year Health Sciences students, Conference Proceedings: 13th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference, FYHE/QUT, www.fyhe.com.au/past papers/papers10/content/pdf/2A.pdf
Salisbury, F. & Karasmanis, S. (2011). Are they ready? Exploring student information literacy skills in the transition from secondary to tertiary education, Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 42(1), pp. 43-58. http://hdl.handle.net/1959.9/153602
Salisbury, F. & Sheridan, L. (2011). Mapping the journey: Developing an information literacy strategy as part of curriculum reform, Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 43(3), pp. 185-193.
Corbin, J., Brooks, C. & Salisbury, F. (2009). Can’t I just google?: Developing scholarship in first year undergraduates, Paper presented at HERDSA (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia), Darwin, 7-9 July.
Salisbury, F., Yager, Z. & Kirkman, L. (2012). Embedding Inquiry/Research: Moving from a minimalist model to constructive alignment, Paper presented at 15th International FYHE Conference, Brisbane, 26-29 June.
Salisbury, F. (2011). More than a quiz: A new approach for empowering first year university students to navigate scholarly information, Paper presented at LIANZA Conference, Wellington, 30 October-2 November.
Salisbury, F., Karasmanis, S. & Brooks, C. (2010). Evaluation of scholarly literacy: Determining first year learning outcomes, Paper presented at HERDSA (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia), Melbourne, 6-9 July.
Oke, G., Salisbury, F. & Yucel R. (2012). There’s a librarian in my student’s learning space: Embedding information literacy in a first year biology subject, Paper presented at RAILS (Research Applications in Information and Library Studies), Adelaide, 25 June.
Salisbury, F., Karasmanis, S., Corbin, J., Robertson, T., Sheridan, L., Hulett, H. & Tai Peseta. (2010). Codebaby to the rescue: Alerting students to threshold skills for inquiry/research, Paper presented at 3rd Annual Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Colloquium 'What does it take to "transform" a life through learning?', Melbourne, 9-10 Dec.
Salisbury, F., Karasmanis, S., Corbin, J., Robertson, T., Sheridan, L., Hulett, H. & Tai Peseta. (2011). Keeping Inquiry/Research in the Spotlight: A Toolkit for Shifting Practice, Paper presented at 4th Annual Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Colloquium 'Making learning visible: Standards, assessment, feedback and e-learning', Melbourne, 8-9 Dec.
Fisch, E., Karasmanis, S., Salisbury, F., & Corbin, J. (2009). Library pre and post experience survey: a final report, Faculty of Health Sciences first year cohort 2009. Melbourne: La Trobe University. http://hdl.handle.net/1959.9/80875