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Project 1 Assessment rubric: Evaluation of multimedia resources.

Consistently strong and
ongoing demonstration
of very good
organisational and
conceptual skills. The
work is well conceived,
coherent, logical and
lucid as well as
professionally prepared

Demonstrates task
organization and
understanding in a style
which is mostly logical,
coherent and flowing

Attempts are made to
demonstrate a logical &
coherent understanding
of the assessment task
but some aspects may
be confused or

Thorough and
understanding of the
content and/ or
discipline gathered from
a wide range of current
& relevant sources
beyond the core

Clear understanding of
topic. Demonstrates
understanding of
materials presented in
core texts and readings

Limited understanding
of topic with serious
gaps or errors.
Demonstrates little
evidence of having read
materials presented in
core texts & readings

Demonstrate the ability to

evaluate and use the literature
on multimedia learning theory
and design, mobile learning
and the Australian Digital
Technologies curriculum to
evaluate each digital resource.
(Synthesis of theory, research
and practice)
Demonstrate appropriate high
level written English language
and grammar skills, to
communicate successfully and
effectively in written form.
Clarity of expression
(including accuracy, spelling,
grammar, punctuation, use of
language, Expression of ideas)

Insightful critique or
consideration of
relationship between
theory, research and
practice. Personal /
professional implications
for practice considered

Beginning to develop
critical reflection and
analysis of practice
through theory and
research. Relevant
concepts etc. applied in
a generally appropriate
and thoughtful way

Very little or no
consideration of the
relationships between
theory, research and

Fluent and succinct

communication style
appropriate to the
assessment task.
Grammar, spelling, use
of language and
punctuation is
appropriate and accurate.
Reflects Facultys style
guide (refer little blue

Communication is
appropriate to the
assessment task and is
mostly fluent and clear.
Grammar, spelling, use
of language and
punctuation mostly
accurate. Reflects
Facultys style guide
(refer little blue book)

Meaning apparent but

not always fluently or
clearly communicated.
Grammar, spelling,
language and/or
punctuation may
display minor errors.
Some evidence of
applying facultys style

Presents personal observations

or new information using
higher order thinking skills
such as explicitation and
evaluation (i.e. synthesizing,
analyzing, evaluating, etc.) by
adhering to online discussion
rules and protocols such as:
stating the topic
replies/comments on a
posting, keeping review brief
and to the point
Communication & written

effectively using a
variety of relevant,
imaginative, fluent and
professional presentation
styles and
communication methods.
Evidence of deep
reflection on the
presentation. Respectful
of diverse backgrounds
& experiences

competently in a
variety of formats
appropriate to the
discipline and report
procedures in a
structured manner using
relevant information.
Evidence of sensitivity
to diverse backgrounds
& experiences

Communication is
unstructured and
unfocused and/or in a
format inappropriate to
the discipline. Not all
material is relevant
and/or is difficult to
understand. May be
evidence of
insensitivity to diverse
backgrounds &

Demonstrate the ability to

organise and conceptualise
information effectively by
critically evaluation of three
digital resources from the
specified sources:
(Organisation &
conceptualization of
assessment task)
Communicate ideas on a
digital interface (Discussion
forum), presenting
information and ideas
effectively about design ,

needs of the learner and

usability, (Subject/discipline
content & knowledge


Uses recommended
referencing style
consistently and
accurately in text of
work and reference list.
Effective use of relevant
quotations and scholarly
referencing at all times

Uses recommended
referencing style with
minimal errors.
Effective use of
relevant quotations

Many errors or no use

of conventions in
referencing. Fails to
meet Universitys
academic honesty

* All material in your digital mobile resource must be appropriately referenced and credited
where necessary. The academic consequences of using sources without due credit (i.e.
plagiarism) are serious.