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Constructing a Test Bank for Information Science based upon Bloom's principles

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posted on 16.08.2005 by Derek Stephens, David Percik
This paper outlines an approach to creating questions for a subject-based question bank for use in UK library schools. The authors outline a concept map for information science and describe how Bloom’s taxonomy can be adapted to the creation of higher level questions than the commonly used and simple recall type. Sample questions were created using the International Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science (IEILS) and subjects defined by staff at the Department of Information Science at Loughborough University. A role is suggested for the Learning and Teaching Support Network for Information and Computer Science (LTSN-ICS).

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STEPHENS, D. and PERCIK, D., 2005. Constructing a Test Bank for Information Science based upon Bloom's principles. ITALICS, 2(1)

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2005

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This article is also available at: http://www.ics.ltsn.ac.uk/pub/italics/issue1/stephens/009.html.

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1473-7507

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en

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