Judging criteria and rubric

Visual impact (1-10 points)

  • How well designed, creative, innovative and engaging is the entry?
  • Is it visually striking and memorable?
  • Does it attract from a distance and deliver details close up?
  • Does it make a good first impression and then offer rich content on further examination?
  • Does it make the most of the available technology?

 

Content (1-10 points)

  • Does the entry provide an understanding of the research question being addressed, its significance, and potential impact?
  • Is the research communicated in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience?
  • Is the entry free from jargon, unexplained acronyms and incomprehensible technical terms?
  • Does the entry leave you inspired and curious?

 

‘Scholarly citizenship’ (1-10 points)

  • Does the entry include complete and correct references for any resources used to create the entry? Including: citation of any images, audio, and video: o In the Public Domain,
  • Licensed under Creative Commons, and
  • Original content created by the student themselves.
  • Does the entry include acknowledgements for other people or groups who helped with the project or entry?