Application of Bloom’s Taxonomy in Library and Information Science: An Assessment

Authors

  • Amit Kumar Das Bhatter College, Dantan, Paschim Medinipur − 721426, West Bengal
  • Nivedita Bhattacharyya Sahu Depatment of Library and Information Science, Vidyasagar University, Midnapore − 721102, West Bengal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17821/srels/2022/v59i3/154355

Keywords:

Bloom’s Taxonomy, Library and Information Science Assessment, Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy

Abstract

Bloom’s Taxonomy has been used as a tool to develop sound teaching-learning processes in many fields; however, there has been very little on the application of the taxonomy in Library and Information Science. This paper outlines how the evaluation process could be more logical and scientific to ensure the necessary skills, which are necessary for day to day work of library professionals. Based on different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy a few sample questions are given.

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2022-06-14

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Kumar Das, A., & Bhattacharyya Sahu, N. (2022). Application of Bloom’s Taxonomy in Library and Information Science: An Assessment. SRELS Journal of Information Management, 59(3), 171–175. https://doi.org/10.17821/srels/2022/v59i3/154355

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