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Farmer, Leslie S.J. and James Henri. Information Literacy Assessment in K-12 Settings. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2008. ISBN 978-0-8108-5695-0.
"This book gives Pre-K to high school school librarians information on the topic of information literacy assessment as applied to the school setting. In addition to a general introduction the processes and problems of information literacy assessment and instruments of assessment are discussed."

Fontichiaro, K. (2012, May-June). Sharpening our approach to assessment. School Library Monthly, 28(8), 48-9.

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Pappas, M. L. (2007, May). Tools for the assessment of learning. School Library Media Activities Monthly, XXIII(9), 171-175.

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(aligned with previous Information Power standards but still useful)

Vance, A. L., & Nickel, R., editors. (2007). Assessing student learning in the school library media center. Chicago: American Association of School Librarians.

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