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Literature Review Rubric

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Literature Review Rubric, adapted from Chris Hart (1999)
Description:  Programs which require a lengthy student paper as the capstone experience may have an identified program goal for students to produce better researched and documented papers. In this instance rubrics can be used to evaluate the quality of sources cited by the student. Criteria for assessing students’ ability to take information and synthesize it into their writing were adapted from Hart (1999) and developed into a rubric used to assess the quality of literature reviews. The following rubric can be applied to term papers, theses, dissertations, and other writing intensive assignments for evidence of information literacy skills.
For more information see: 
Boote, D. N. and Beile, P. M.  (2005).  Scholars before researchers:  On the centrality of the dissertation literature review in research preparation.  Educational Researcher, 34(6):  3-15. 


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