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Evaluation Options The sample assignments in Insert 4.1 and 4.12 each contain a sample rubric for


evaluation. The format of evaluation is based on the intentions of the assignment. As with general class assignments, learning outcomes and course objectives will drive the focus of the evaluation to evaluate student learning. The assignment presented in Insert 4.1 is a final project that creates a wiki with the intention of making the wiki space public upon the completion of the course. Insert 4.2, on the other hand, creates a wiki with an internal audience in mind—in this case the students in the class. The learning objectives for each assignment differs and as a result, the form of evaluation shifts.


Resources for Wikis Below is a list of some additional information that can help you as you structure


your peer review assignments. Articles


Caverly, D. C., & Ward, A. (2008). Techtalk: Wikis and collaborative knowledge construction. Journal of Developmental Education, 32(2), 36-37.


Educause Learning Initiative. (2008). 7 Things you should know about…Wikis. Retrieved from http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELi7004.pdf


Kolowich, S. (2010). Whither the wikis? Inside Higher Ed. Retrieved from http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2010/07/14/wikis


University of Delaware. (2008). Wikis in higher education: An exploratory report about the value of wikis in higher education, from a faculty perspective. Retrieved from http://www.udel.edu/saka/training/printable/wiki/Wikis_in_Higher_Education_UD.pdf


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