I’d like build a catalogue or inventory of assessment (grading) rubrics for Wikipedia assignments, ranging from the simplest assignments to the most complex. I’m not referring to a grading structure (10% for this, 50% for that, etc.), but to a set of objective criteria for assessing the contributions within that structure. Usually, this will be in a two-dimensional format with “descriptors” that assess proficiency in various “dimensions” (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubric_(academic)), though other formats are possible. I’ve reviewed various materials, including the WikiEdu grading page (http://ask.wikiedu.org/questions/scope:all/sort:activity-desc/tags:grading/…) and found some useful guidance at pages 14-19 of the Case Studies document. But I’d like to see if any of this has been translated into the kinds of rubrics I’m thinking of. I’m open to seeing what you’ve done in any discipline, even if it doesn’t follow the format I’m describing.
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University of Saskatchewan
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Read my most recent article, co-authored with former student Kate Rattray, on editing Wikipedia for law school credit: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2729241.
Also, just published—“Contributory Fault at 90,” my book chapter in Quill & Friel’s Damages and Compensation Culture: http://www.bloomsbury.com/au/damages-and-compensation-culture-9781849467971.