Multimedia Artifact Rubric



Student work will be assessed by the judges against the following two criteria.


Criterion D: Design and Technical Quality

Level
Descriptor (for maximum marks)
0
The work does not meet the standard described in level 1-2.
1-2
The design and technical quality of the artifact is adequate. Limited use is made of multimedia tools to express ideas. The narration is mostly clear with some distortion of sound. An appropriate balance is generally achieved between music/sound and voice. Some images, video clips and other multimedia have been edited to imprive the impact of the artifact. Special effects and transitions enhance the final message to a limited extent.
3-4
The design and technical quality of the artifact is very good. Multimedia tools are used effectively to express ideas. The narration is clear with no distortion of sound. An appropriate balance between music/sound and voice is achieved at all times. All images, video clips and other multimedia have been effectively edited to improve the impact of the artifact. Special effects and transitions are used appropriately to enhance the final message.

Criterion E: Synthesis and Construction of Ideas

Level
Descriptor (for maximum marks)
0
The work does not meet the standard described in level 1-2.
1-2
Content is constructed from a superficial synthesis of information on the wiki. There is an introduction and some attempt to structure topics. The theme of 'what the future will look like' and the topic and associated trends in relation to the areas of impact are partially addressed. There is little evidence of collaboration. Credit to people and sources of information are either missing or incomplete.
3-4
Content is constructed from a synthesis of information on the wiki page. There is an introduction and a reasonably well structured progression of topics. The artifact largely addresses 'what the future will look like' and exposes the topic and associated trends in relation to the areas of impact. Collaboration is evident from the inclusion of content from more than one country/class. Some credit is given to people and sources of information.
5-6
Content is constructed from a systematic synthesis of information on the wiki page. There is a well-written introduction and an effectively structured progression of topics. The artifact successfully addresses the theme of 'what the future will look like' and exposes the topic and associated trends in relation to the areas of impact. Collaboration is evident from the inclusion of content from more than one country/class. Full and correct credit is given to all people and sources of information.