Discussion Board IST

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timer Asked: Nov 6th, 2016

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Research Project Management vs. Process Management.

Define a project. Give an example.

Define a process. Give an example.

Discuss the differances and similarities between a project and a process.

 EVALUATION CRITERIA Discussion. There will be one discussion board grade for the whole course. It will be based in general on the following rubric. 0 points Unsatisfactory (Below 60%) 13-14 points Emerging (65%-70%) 15-16 points Satisfactory (75%-80%) 17-18 points Proficient (85%-90%) 19-20 points Distinguished (95%-100%) Participation in Discussion Does not enter discussion. Provides minimal comments and information to other participants. Participates infrequently in on-line discussions or e-mail; postings are irrelevant or superficial. Sporadically provides comments and some new information. Interacts with only one or two participants by posting queries, comments, and thoughtful responses. Provides comments and some new information in a fairly regular manner. Interacts with a few selected participants by posting queries, comments, and thoughtful responses. Provides comments and new information in a regular and equitable manner. Interacts with a variety of participants by posting queries, comments, and thoughtful responses. Content of Posting Does not add to the discussion. Adds little to the substantive discussion but may contribute to the social aspects of the course. Postings consist largely of personal opinions or experiences. Reveals a restricted understanding of the topic limited to information that could be derived from prior posts. Makes significant contributions to the discussion. Reveals adequate understanding of the topic as evidenced by posts telling us something new. Postings are accurate, original, and relevant. Even better than telling us something new, participant raises new questions that lead to further discussion from a variety of people. Reveals a solid understanding of the topic as evidenced by thoughtful responses and questions. Critical Thinking evidenced by Posting Does not enter posting. Provides no evidence of agreement or disagreement with existing discussion. Agrees or disagrees with existing discussion but provides no justification/explanation (e.g. text readings, resources). Agrees or disagrees with existing discussion and provides limited justification/explanation (e.g. text readings, resources). Offers a critical analysis of an existing posted idea or introduces a different interpretation to an existing idea. Responsiveness Does not respond. Posts initial comments but does not respond to others’ posts. Initial post is the minimum required and responds to two other posted discussions. Initial post is above the minimum required and responds to two other posted discussions. Initial post is beyond the minimum required. Responds to more than two (2) other posted discussions. Writing Style Does not write response. Limited ability to convey ideas noted. Below expectations of work at this level. Errors noted in spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Able to present ideas. Comes close to expectations for work at this level. Some punctuation and spelling errors but no errors in grammar identified. Explicitly presents ideas. Work appropriate for this level of student. No spelling or grammar errors noted. A few minor punctuation errors identified. Highly skilled presentation of ideas. Engages reading. Work exceeds expectations for this level of student. Absolutely no errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar noted. Additional Comments: Total Rubric Score = 100 points SCORE
 EVALUATION CRITERIA Discussion. There will be one discussion board grade for the whole course. It will be based in general on the following rubric. 0 points Unsatisfactory (Below 60%) 13-14 points Emerging (65%-70%) 15-16 points Satisfactory (75%-80%) 17-18 points Proficient (85%-90%) 19-20 points Distinguished (95%-100%) Participation in Discussion Does not enter discussion. Provides minimal comments and information to other participants. Participates infrequently in on-line discussions or e-mail; postings are irrelevant or superficial. Sporadically provides comments and some new information. Interacts with only one or two participants by posting queries, comments, and thoughtful responses. Provides comments and some new information in a fairly regular manner. Interacts with a few selected participants by posting queries, comments, and thoughtful responses. Provides comments and new information in a regular and equitable manner. Interacts with a variety of participants by posting queries, comments, and thoughtful responses. Content of Posting Does not add to the discussion. Adds little to the substantive discussion but may contribute to the social aspects of the course. Postings consist largely of personal opinions or experiences. Reveals a restricted understanding of the topic limited to information that could be derived from prior posts. Makes significant contributions to the discussion. Reveals adequate understanding of the topic as evidenced by posts telling us something new. Postings are accurate, original, and relevant. Even better than telling us something new, participant raises new questions that lead to further discussion from a variety of people. Reveals a solid understanding of the topic as evidenced by thoughtful responses and questions. Critical Thinking evidenced by Posting Does not enter posting. Provides no evidence of agreement or disagreement with existing discussion. Agrees or disagrees with existing discussion but provides no justification/explanation (e.g. text readings, resources). Agrees or disagrees with existing discussion and provides limited justification/explanation (e.g. text readings, resources). Offers a critical analysis of an existing posted idea or introduces a different interpretation to an existing idea. Responsiveness Does not respond. Posts initial comments but does not respond to others’ posts. Initial post is the minimum required and responds to two other posted discussions. Initial post is above the minimum required and responds to two other posted discussions. Initial post is beyond the minimum required. Responds to more than two (2) other posted discussions. Writing Style Does not write response. Limited ability to convey ideas noted. Below expectations of work at this level. Errors noted in spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Able to present ideas. Comes close to expectations for work at this level. Some punctuation and spelling errors but no errors in grammar identified. Explicitly presents ideas. Work appropriate for this level of student. No spelling or grammar errors noted. A few minor punctuation errors identified. Highly skilled presentation of ideas. Engages reading. Work exceeds expectations for this level of student. Absolutely no errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar noted. Additional Comments: Total Rubric Score = 100 points SCORE
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