Testing Information Literacy in Digital Environments: ETS's iSkills Assessment

  • Irvin R. Katz


Despite coming of age with the Internet and other technology, many college students lack the information and communication technology (ICT) literacy skills necessary to navigate, evaluate, and use the overabundance of information available today. This paper describes the development and early administrations of ETS’s iSkills assessment, an Internet-based assessment of information literacy skills that arise in the context of technology. From the earliest stages to the present, the library community has been directly involved in the design, development, review, field trials, and administration to ensure the assessment and scores are valid, reliable, authentic, and useful.

How to Cite
Katz, I. R. (2007). Testing Information Literacy in Digital Environments: ETS’s iSkills Assessment. Information Technology and Libraries, 26(3), 3-12. https://doi.org/10.6017/ital.v26i3.3271