Pepperdine Seniors: “Come Sail Away:” Take Our Library Survey for a Chance to Win $500 Plane Tickets
About the Information Literacy Skills Test
The library is conducting research on the information literacy skills of undergraduate students at colleges and universities in North America. Our purpose is to understand what skills students gain during their educational experience. If you take part in this project you will help us better understand and improve instruction in information literacy skills.
This is an anonymous test; the researchers will NOT know your identity, and the information we gather will be reported to others only in aggregate form, so no one will be able to identify you or your responses. You are assigned a randomly generated identification number which may be used by your institution to confirm your participation in this assessment.
Rules and Eligibility
- Each student must be a Pepperdine senior and may only enter once and take the exam once.
- Testing period is open through November 30, 2015 or until 250 unique seniors have taken the test, whichever occurs first.
- The winner will be notified on or before the last day of finals this fall.
- The test takes approximately 45 minutes and is completed online.
The winner in the raffle will receive a $500 American Airlines gift card.