Important: Since your peers can't evaluate a paper they haven't received and we can't discuss evaluations in class unless you've finished them, that means (a) you have to turn your project papers in no later than 3:00pm on the date it is due (earlier is better) and (b) you have to turn in your written peer evaluation by 9:00am on the date when we hold the class discussion. Here are the dates when papers are due and the dates when in-class discussion of the papers and evaluations will be held.
|Project due date||In-class discussion|
|Project #1||26 September||3 October|
|Project #2||26 October||2 November|
|Project #3||14 November||30 November|
- E-mail your project paper to me no later than 3:00pm on the date that it is due.
- I will remove identifying information from it and send it to three of your peers.
- E-mail me your evaluation of the papers you received no later than 9:00am on the date it is due. I will remove any identifying information and send your evaluations and my comments to each of you.
- I will send each of you brief comments on your evaluations.
Please use the peer assessment rubric(Peer-Assessment-Rubric.docx) to prepare your assessments. The version here is in Microsoft Word 2007/2008 format. If you need a copy in a different format, let me know.
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