Group scoring

All group members will receive the same mark for these categories based on the overall website.
Conventions, Grammar, and Editingthroughout website
  • Spelling, grammar, and editing perfect or near-perfect throughout the website.
  • Spelling, grammar, and editing are mostly correct with a few errors.
  • There are a number of spelling, grammar, and/or editing errors within the website.
Navigation
  • All links within the website are functional and it is easy to navigate within the wiki.
  • Almost all links within the website are functional. One can navigate the website moderately well, although there are a few pages difficult to access or return to.
  • Many links within the website are not functional. Navigating to pages within the website is difficult and/or some pages are not linked to from the homepage.
Home page
  • The overall topic and subtopics of the website are clearly introduced and briefly described in the homepage.
  • The topic and subtopics of the website are introduced but not described in the homepage.
  • The subtopics are listed on the homepage.
Sources
  • It is clear where all of the images and information came from on the website. The website effectively uses in-text citations, links, and/or bibliographic references.
  • It is clear where most of the images and/or information came from on the website. Bibliographic references or links are listed but not specifically referenced or linked within the text.
  • It is not clear where most of the images and/or information came from on the website. Bibliographic references or links may or may not be listed.


Individual scoring

Each individual will receive their own mark for these categories based on the page that he/she wrote.
Defining your research
  • Research topic is defined clearly and in detail. 2-4 guiding questions lend themselves to open-ended, yet focused research.
  • Research topic is defined. 2-4 guiding questions lend themselves to focused research, although some are closed-ended.
  • Research topic is vague or unclear. No guiding questions or closed-ended guiding questions.
Content knowledge – information is accurate and relevant.
  • All information is clear, accurate, and relevant to the topic. Includes important details that provide the reader with an excellent understanding of the topic.
  • Most information is clear, accurate, and/or relevant to the topic. Includes some details that provide the reader with a moderate understanding of the topic.
  • Information is not very clear, accurate, and/or relevant to the topic. Includes few details that provide the reader with a general overview of the topic.
Evidence of Learning
  • Information is entirely author’s own words other than citations. There is evidence of genuine new learning – others will find work useful and benefit from this product.
  • Portions of information/work are in author’s own words other than citations. New learning is for student only – not developed or moderately useful for others.
  • Majority of information not in author’s own words. New learning not evident – not developed or useful for author or others.
Multimedia communication
  • Images, charts, graphs, and/or videos are relevant to the topic. They contribute to or extend the meaning of the text and add to overall aesthetics of the webpage.
  • Images, charts, graphs, and/or videos are somewhat relevant to the topic. They mostly contribute to or extend the meaning of the text and add to overall aesthetics of the webpage.
  • Images, charts, graphs, and/or videos are not present or are not relevant to the topic.
Collaboration – based on self-reflection and evidence of editing others’ pages
  • I contributed to the group in meaningful ways. I completed all of my group responsibilities on time.
  • I completed my part and did a few things to improve the overall group website. I completed some of my group responsibilities on time.
  • I did not complete my part and/or did not contribute to the group website.