Your Name:___________________________________________________

Date:________

Digital Research Project Peer Review Name:_______________________________________________________________ Group Number You Are Reviewing:________________________________________ Group Members In the Review Group: 1. 2. 3. 4. Topic of the Digital Research Project:_________________________________________

Instructions for Peer Review 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Go to your Symbaloo page to access the link to each group project. Open the group project. Provide your feedback on the pages in this rubric/evaluation form. Turn in your completed form to Ms. Lester or Ms. Hamilton. If you do not complete your evaluation form in class today, you must complete prior to tomorrow’s class meeting. 6. Please be constructive and honest in your assessment.

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Your Name:___________________________________________________

I.

Date:________

Home Page

Design Element

Yes

No

Comments

Group members are listed by first name and last initial only Research topic is identified

Essential research questions are listed in bullet or number format

“Dear Reader” letter is included as actual text as the last page element “Dear Reader” clearly has four paragraphs that outline each of the following four questions/writing themes: >What the group knew about the topic before the research began >What resources were used to find the information and which resources were most helpful for each specific research question >Highlights of what the group learned--what are the take aways from the learning experience? > How does the group research make a difference to each group member as a learner? To others? Why should someone take time to read and explore the group project?

“Dear Reader” letter includes an appropriate closing

II.

Aesthetics and Wiki Organization

Design Element

Yes

No

Wiki theme is appropriate and not distracting Navigation bar lists pages in correct order: home, defining the issue, impact of the issue, current solutions, most effective solutions, outlook, why this issue matters, works cited, and group discussions

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Comments

Your Name:___________________________________________________

Date:________

III. Defining the Issue Page Content and Design Elements

Yes

No

Title/Topic of Page Is Listed at the Top of the Page Author(s) of This Page Are Identified By First Name and Last Initial Only Issue is clearly defined and discussed. Paragraph(s) include parenthetical citations Each parenthetical citation is hyperlinked Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful concrete details. Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful commentaries Paragraph(s) is/are clearly organized with strong topic sentence and supporting details. Research cited supports the main idea of each paragraph. At least one multimedia element (a Creative Commons/copyright friendly image, a “presentation zen” created image, or a video is embedded.) Text is free of spelling, punctuation, and major grammatical errors. The multimedia element(s) is/are clearly relevant to the content on the page. If the multimedia element is an image, the person has either:

Evaluation of the Element (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) n/a n/a

n/a n/a

1. Embedded the photo so that when you click on it, it goes directly to the Flickr source OR 2. They have provided a link to the image that goes back to the copyright friendly source OR 3. If a presentation style zen image created in PPT and saved as a JPG and then uploaded as an image—the image includes attribution to a copyright friendly Flickr photo.

At least one relevant and meaningful multigenre element is included AND embedded.

Multigenre Element(s): Your Rating:

3

Your Name:___________________________________________________

Date:________

IV. Impact of the Issue on Veterans Content and Design Elements

Yes

No

Title/Topic of Page Is Listed at the Top of the Page Author(s) of This Page Are Identified By First Name and Last Initial Only Impact of the issue is clearly defined and discussed. Paragraph(s) include parenthetical citations Each parenthetical citation is hyperlinked Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful concrete details. Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful commentaries Paragraph(s) is/are clearly organized with strong topic sentence and supporting details. Research cited supports the main idea of each paragraph. At least one multimedia element (a Creative Commons/copyright friendly image, a “presentation zen” created image, or a video is embedded.) The multimedia element(s) is/are clearly relevant to the content on the page. Text is free of spelling, punctuation, and major grammatical errors. If the multimedia element is an image, the person has either:

Evaluation of the Element (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) n/a n/a

n/a n/a

1. Embedded the photo so that when you click on it, it goes directly to the Flickr source OR 2. They have provided a link to the image that goes back to the copyright friendly source OR 3. If a presentation style zen image created in PPT and saved as a JPG and then uploaded as an image—the image includes attribution to a copyright friendly Flickr photo.

At least one relevant and meaningful multigenre element is included AND embedded.

Multigenre Element(s):

Your Rating:

4

Your Name:___________________________________________________

V.

Date:________

Current Solutions Page

Content and Design Elements

Yes

No

Title/Topic of Page Is Listed at the Top of the Page Author(s) of This Page Are Identified By First Name and Last Initial Only Solutions are clearly defined/discussed. Paragraph(s) include parenthetical citations Each parenthetical citation is hyperlinked Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful concrete details. Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful commentaries Paragraph(s) is/are clearly organized with strong topic sentence and supporting details. Research cited supports the main idea of each paragraph. At least one multimedia element (a Creative Commons/copyright friendly image, a “presentation zen” created image, or a video is embedded.) The multimedia element(s) is/are clearly relevant to the content on the page. Text is free of spelling, punctuation, and major grammatical errors. If the multimedia element is an image, the person has either:

Evaluation of the Element (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) n/a n/a

n/a n/a

1. Embedded the photo so that when you click on it, it goes directly to the Flickr source OR 2. They have provided a link to the image that goes back to the copyright friendly source OR 3. If a presentation style zen image created in PPT and saved as a JPG and then uploaded as an image—the image includes attribution to a copyright friendly Flickr photo.

At least one relevant and meaningful multigenre element is included AND embedded.

Multigenre Element(s):

Your Rating:

5

Your Name:___________________________________________________

Date:________

VI. Most Effective Solutions Page Content and Design Elements

Yes

No

Title/Topic of Page Is Listed at the Top of the Page Author(s) of This Page Are Identified By First Name and Last Initial Only Most effective solutions are clearly discussed. Paragraph(s) include parenthetical citations Each parenthetical citation is hyperlinked Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful concrete details. Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful commentaries Paragraph(s) is/are clearly organized with strong topic sentence and supporting details. Research cited supports the main idea of each paragraph. At least one multimedia element (a Creative Commons/copyright friendly image, a “presentation zen” created image, or a video is embedded.) The multimedia element(s) is/are clearly relevant to the content on the page. Text is free of spelling, punctuation, and major grammatical errors. If the multimedia element is an image, the person has either:

Evaluation of the Element (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) n/a n/a

n/a n/a

1. Embedded the photo so that when you click on it, it goes directly to the Flickr source OR 2. They have provided a link to the image that goes back to the copyright friendly source OR 3. If a presentation style zen image created in PPT and saved as a JPG and then uploaded as an image—the image includes attribution to a copyright friendly Flickr photo.

At least one relevant and meaningful multigenre element is included AND embedded.

Multigenre Element(s):

Your Rating:

6

Your Name:___________________________________________________

Date:________

VII. Outlook for the Issue Page Content and Design Elements

Yes

No

Title/Topic of Page Is Listed at the Top of the Page Author(s) of This Page Are Identified By First Name and Last Initial Only Outlook for the issue is clearly defined/discussed. Paragraph(s) include parenthetical citations Each parenthetical citation is hyperlinked Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful concrete details. Content clearly reflects relevant and meaningful commentaries Paragraph(s) is/are clearly organized with strong topic sentence and supporting details. Research cited supports the main idea of each paragraph. At least one multimedia element (a Creative Commons/copyright friendly image, a “presentation zen” created image, or a video is embedded.) The multimedia element(s) is/are clearly relevant to the content on the page. Text is free of spelling, punctuation, and major grammatical errors. If the multimedia element is an image, the person has either:

Evaluation of the Element (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) n/a n/a

n/a n/a

1. Embedded the photo so that when you click on it, it goes directly to the Flickr source OR 2. They have provided a link to the image that goes back to the copyright friendly source OR 3. If a presentation style zen image created in PPT and saved as a JPG and then uploaded as an image—the image includes attribution to a copyright friendly Flickr photo.

At least one relevant and meaningful multigenre element is included AND embedded.

Multigenre Element(s):

Your Rating:

7

Your Name:___________________________________________________

Date:________

VIII. Why This Issue Matters Page Content and Design Elements

Yes

No

Title/Topic of Page Is Listed at the Top of the Page Author(s) of This Each Section on This Page Are Identified By First Name and Last Initial Only Each group member has composed a paragraph. A gray divider horizontal bar separates each section.

Evaluation of the Element (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) n/a n/a

n/a

IX. Works Cited Page Content and Design Elements

Yes

No

Title/Topic of Page Is Listed at the Top of the Page The source list is either copied and pasted onto the page with appropriate formatting OR it is embedded as a Word or PDF document At least 8 sources are cited on the list Each source is annotated appropriately. At least two sources are database articles from one of the following databases:

Evaluation of the Element (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) n/a n/a

n/a

n/a

>Gale Global Issues in Context >Gale Opposing Viewpoints >Gale Virtual Reference Library >EBSCOhost Academic Search Complete

X.

Group Discussions (*please note some groups may have accidentally set up discussion thread on the home page rather than the group discussion page. There is only one discussion at this time.)

Content and Design Elements

Yes

No

Discussion threads are set up correctly. Group members have responded appropriately to the discussion thread

Evaluation of the Element (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) n/a n/a

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Your Name:___________________________________________________

Date:________

Constructive Feedback and Commentary: 1. Please provide brief feedback in each area—you may discuss content and/or multigenre elements. 2. Place a star or asterisk by your favorite sections in this project.

Home Page and/or Wiki Aesthetics and Organization

Defining the Issue

Impact of the Issue

Current Solutions

Most Effective Solutions

Outlook

Why This Issue Matters

Works Cited

Please continue to the final page (10) on the back to complete your assessment of this project. 9

Your Name:___________________________________________________

Date:________

What do you think is/are the strength(s) or most effective aspect(s)of this digital research project?

What could the group have done to have made the project even better?

On a scale of 1-10, what would you rate this digital research project (taking into account every element you’ve evaluated today)? Why? Provide your rating and a brief explanation of your evaluation (3-5 sentences)

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Digital Research Project Peer Review

At least two sources are database articles from one of the following databases: >Gale Global Issues in Context. >Gale Opposing Viewpoints. >Gale Virtual Reference Library. >EBSCOhost Academic Search. Complete n/a. X. Group Discussions (*please note some groups may have accidentally set up discussion thread on.

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