Instructional Media


Self Evaluation Using a Rubric
March 4, 2012, 10:30 am
Filed under: EDIM 514 Internet Tools for Teaching

In the beginning, I wasn’t sure which EDIM digital project to evaluate, and I wasn’t too into the blogging rubrics posted in our class content.   So I began a search for a rubric which caused me to stumble upon the iRubric site.  This site has rubrics that others have created as well as editing and creation options for members.  I decided to use a rubric called del.icio.us Rubric: Rubric: del.icio.us Rubric .  Since my digital library is on Diigo, not del.icio.us, I am going to use the rubric to evaluate my Diigo library.  (I think you can all mentally substitute “Diigo” for “del.icio.us” in the rubric :))

I am using my blog post: “Media Library” in which I wrote the following:

“Our project for class this week required that we begin building a “library” on our chosen social bookmarking site that has websites containing images, video, or audio that can be used by teachers and students under the Creative Commons licensing rules.

Click here to see my “library” on Diigo.   My selected sites have been bookmarked, tagged with “EDIM514-CC”, and have a brief description attached explaining how I feel the site can be used under Creative Commons licensing.”

Using the iRubric, I have scored myself a 13 out of 15.  See attached rubric with comments.   rubric

del.icio.us Rubric
  Poor
0 pts
Fair
3 pts
Good
5 pts
 
Created a del.icio.us account Poor
Student does not have a del.icio.us account.
Fair
Student has a del.icio.us account with no activity.
Good
Student has a del.icio.us account with evidence of activity.
 
Tags and Bundles Poor
Student has no websites tagged. There are no bundles to organize tags.
Fair
Student has tagged websites. There are no bundles to organize tags.
Good
Student has tagged websites. There are bundles used to organize tags.
 
Reflection Poor
Student has not submitted a reflection.
Fair
Student has submitted a reflection, but is missing one or more of the required components: *how social bookmarking can be used personally and how social bookmarking can be used for professional purposes. The reflection contains grammatical errors.
Good
Student has submitted a reflection addressing both components. There are minimal grammatical errors.
 

*This criteria in the Reflection category was not a part of our assignment.  I scored myself based on our class requirements to build a library containing sites that can be used by teachers and students under the Creative Commons licensing rules and tag them with EDIM514-CC.

I gave myself “Fair” for Tags and Bundles because I feel that I could do a better job of adding tags to my library.

Score 13/15

http://www.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm?code=PBB6W&sp=yes&




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