There is no real content provided by the authors outside of this amalgamation of links. The final link from the authors is a good summary of how rubrics should be used and why they are useful
Type of Material:
Metalinks to multiple venues, with many internal links provided. A network if you will.
Helpful to administrators who are seeking some commonality across disciplines.
Broadband access important since links will have different software components.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
Provides multiple paradigms of assessment for application in specific contexts.
Target Student Population:
Could be utilized by accrediting bodies in establishing their benchmarks.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Some understanding of the basic language of measurement assessment.
I agree with Dr. Shafie that the links should be annotated, this would be very helpful since there are multiple links on the webpage.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
It's helpful to faculty or administrators since they have so much available here on one webpage.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Straightforward list is simple to navigate.
Some categorical groupings would be helpful, or color coding.
Other Issues and Comments:
This is a site that you will eventually want to use when you have an assessment pending, or you want to get feedback that is formative before your student evaluations.
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