Participation Grades 2009

By samooresamoore (1261670889|%a, %b %e at %I:%M%p, last edited at 1261670889|%a, %b %e at %I:%M%p)

Much of what we did in this course revolved around work that we did during class time. This is where we generated new information so that we could learn about these evolving Internet tools. These three grades had three components:

  • Twitter participation — I looked at each of your twitter accounts going all the way back to the beginning of the semester. Much of our in-class activities required you to send tweets; these tweets were how we gathered feedback and learned about the quality of many of the tools we looked at.
  • Experiment participation — I looked at the different times that you were asked to fill out a table on the site with experimental results.
  • Miscellaneous — Were you engaged during class? Were you working on the in-class exercises or were you working on homework from other classes? Did you post information to the class wiki?

Statistics

  • Minimum: 50
  • Median: 100
  • Average: 95.3
  • Maximum: 100
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