When you hand in your final project, make sure I get all the following in some form (hard copy, on the web and/or CDROM),
with a summary about where I can find everything:
The project is worth 50% of the grade, so I have parceled out points among
the following criteria::
8 Design (script and/or storyboard)
9 User interface design (guidelines, prototype, effectiveness and completeness)
8 Use of media (text, graphics, animation, audio, video, following e-learning principles)
9 Learning interactions (variety and suitability of exercises, simulations or game, following e-learning principles)
3 User observations report
3 Documentation (user manual, bug report, developer's guide, to-do list)
2 Assessment reports (did each person write two reports and were their comments honest, reflective and constructive?)
For each item, I will considering e-learning principles, completeness, clarity, consistency and creativity;
I will also try to evaluate each in item in terms of effective software engineering practices,
such as interative and incremental development, responding to subject matter expert or user feedback, and teamwork.
I will also weigh individual project grades based on each person's role on the project
(i.e., librarians get more weight for documentation, media developers get more weight for use of media, etc.),
as well as peer and self assessment reports.
You are welcome to give me feedback about these criteria at any time.