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Embedded Librarian in Counseling 120 and 150

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Rubric

Criteria  

Please complete this library assignment.
Your motivation story paragraph  must be written clearly; minimum of 6 sentences
Your answers must be written in your own words Your answers must be in complete paragraphs (no phrases).
You must edit+paste MLA citation
You must reply to two other students posting on the discussion

Ratings 10-8 pts

Followed directions.
Motivation story is summarized clearly, reflective insights, minimum 5 sentences.
Writing style is complete sentences, good grammar.
Answers to other questions are from OOH .
MLA is copied and pasted accurately.
Two discussion replies are well-thought out

  7-5 pts Followed directions.
Motivation story is summarized clearly, reflective insights, minimum 5 sentences
Writing style has minimal grammar errors.
Answers to all questions are from OOH . 
Includes correct MLA citation.
Two discussion replies were too brief
  4-1 pts Did not follow directions.
Motivation story is brief and vague. 
Writing style has noticeable grammar errors.
Did not use OOH . 
Does not Include correct MLA citation.
Two discussion replies were too brief or did not submit discussion question
  0 pts Not submitted on time
Copied information from website other than OOH
No discussion replies
 

What do I (Faculty) have to do?

1. Faculty both online and face2face will have to upload this module to Canvas.

2. For online classes, please invite librarian to your class. Go to Canvas and select "add a user" link.

3. For face2face, contact Jeri.edelen@gcccd.edu 

Why use a rubric?


Why use rubrics?
• Clear expectations for students
• Great for assessment  
• Marvelous for grade petitions

How many rubric criteria? 3-6 . More than 6 and  it’s hard to keep them all in mind, fewer than 3 and it doesn’t really need a rubric because it’s not complex.
Isn’t the rubric replacing my professional judgment? Nope.  What it is doing is making your professional judgment more evident.
Won’t the rubric result in uncreative work? Not a good rubric. If you have been grading a tangible product for creativity all along, then it means helping students understand what you expect.