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cribsheet.jpg This is a short, useable set of criteria for evaluating multimedia compositions developed by T. Rickert and C. Charlton for English 106 at Indiana University. The self-styled “crib sheet” begins by laying out the criteria that we commonly use for assessing print-based essays. Noting that multimedia projects share some of these criteria, the authors...
gearsflickr.jpg "Writing to a Machine is Not Writing At All" is an essay written by Anne Herrington and Charlie Moran, to be published in a volume honoring Ed White, who was a pioneer in the field of writing assessment. Edited by Norbert Elliot and Les Perelman, the book will be published by Hampton Press in 2011 as Writing Assessment in the 21st Century. In this...
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The assessment of digital media remains an area of concern for many teachers. With the digital picture book project, I try to balance the informal, ongoing assessments with the more formalized rubric that allows me to "grade" the project when the books are published. Some of the assessment tools I use include: Daily writing reflections. With these, students self-assess where they are with their...

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