Certificate E-Portfolio Assessment
A student's Certificate E-Portfolio will be evaluated by an Assessment Committee using the following criteria:
- Completeness of the e-portfolio
- Quality of the demonstrative essay
- Professional commitment indicated through inclusion and quality of all required items
- E-portfolio's professional appearance and technical quality
The Assessment Committee will consist of two SLIS Faculty members, chosen at random from a pool of available faculty during the semester the student graduates.
If a student has all the required items and receives a score of 85 and above out of 100, s/he can pass the e-portfolio requirement for graduation. A student who does not pass the e-portfolio will meet with the SLIS Director and the student's assessment committee for review and recommendation for further action.
Grading Rubrics used for the e-portfolio review
Completeness of the e-portfolio
|All required items are included in the e-portfolio.||The e-portfolio misses required items, e.g. artifacts for classes, resume, etc.|
Points = 35
|Items chosen for inclusion reflect proficiency in certificate learning outcomes, and understanding of as well as commitment to the profession. Resume contains key information and is professional in appearance and design.|| |
It is difficult to ascertain how chosen items relate to the certificate learning outcomes, the student's professional accomplishments, and commitment to the profession.
Points = 50
|The essay demonstrates thoughtful reflection on the student's experiences and growth in the certificate area. The student clearly identifies, justifies and proves competency in the certificate learning outcomes, using the two major artifacts to support. The student's overall experience, professional goals and commitment to the profession are clearly discussed.|| |
It is difficult to ascertain from the essay how experiences in SLIS resulted in professional growth and development. Competency in the chosen learning outcomes has not been demonstrated. Professional goals and commitment are unclear or missing. Examples are unrelated or missing.
Points = 15
|The demonstrative essay is clearly organized and demonstrates graduate level analytic skills. There are no grammar, punctuation or spelling errors throughout the portfolio.|| |
Organization of the demonstrative essay is haphazard. Analysis is simplistic or missing. Grammar, punctuation and spelling errors are found throughout the portfolio
|Total Points = 100|