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SM wiki grading rubric

Page history last edited by Mihaela Vorvoreanu 10 years, 9 months ago

What should I take into consideration when assessing your performance & contributions to the SM wiki? Please help fill out the grading rubric:


Exceeds Expectations
Meets Expectations
Below Expectations
peer assessment:
fair share of contribution

peer assessment:

timely contributions


peer assessment:

quality contributions 

overall, wiki represents a comprehensive/diverse picture of social media tools  50    
overall, wiki represents a scaleable framework for social media research  50    
usability: clear navigation, clear categories, etc. 40    

*If you get a failing grade on the peer assessment part, you will get 0 points for the entire assignment

60 points for peer assessment

TOTAL: 200    


Comments (3)

Scott Schroeder said

at 4:50 pm on Sep 8, 2009

I think accuracy of the information provided should be one. We don't want to have to retract the wiki on misleading information.

abranum@... said

at 10:29 am on Sep 9, 2009

Andrew Branum

Jenny Smock said

at 2:09 pm on Sep 9, 2009


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