While there are four different modules for the TATIL test, instructors are only being asked to volunteer for one. Even so, instructors are more than welcome to participate in as many modules as they want.
Each TATIL module is of equal importance to information literacy assessment and tests a myriad of skill involving such areas as ethics, research techniques, and critical thinking. Some factors for choosing which module is best for you may include:
For more information about the TATIL modules, visit: https://thresholdachievement.com/the-test/about-the-test/
For quick reference, below are the test descriptions listed on the TATIL website.
Evaluating Process & Authority
Frames assessed: Information Creation as Process and Authority is Constructed
Frame assessed: Searching as Strategic Exploration
Research & Scholarship
Frames assessed: Research as Inquiry and Scholarship as a Conversation
The Value of Information
Frame assessed: Information has value