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Library Project Rubric

Art Annotated Bibliography: Information Competency

Student Name:     ________________________________________

 

 

CATEGORY

4

3

2

1

Incomplete

Research Thesis

 

      SLO #1

Student's sources are clearly related to topic.

Most of student's sources are clearly related to topic.

Student's sources cover topic, but they are less interesting and the relationship to paper is less clear.

Few, if any, of your sources are related to topic.

 

Relative Importance to Subject

 

      SLO #2

Student chooses scholarly resources and demonstrates the ability to distinguish the most appropriate sources available for the essay/project.

Student selects a variety of research sources & most are written at the appropriate level for this project’s purpose. In most cases the connection between source & the topic is clear.

The sources selected are less varied, but most are written at the appropriate level for this project’s purpose. At times the connection between the sources and topic is unclear.

Student selects mostly one source type (i.e., Internet sites, books, etc.) Quite often the connection is unclear if there is one at all.

 

Annotation

 

      SLO #3

Student clearly summarizes the main conclusions of each source.

Student clearly summarizes most of the main conclusions of each source.

Student summarizes some of the more important conclusions of sources, but some important points are missed,

Student has trouble focusing on main idea of each source. Some important information is missing.

 

Proofreading, MLA

 

      SLO #4

Student correctly cites all sources using the MLA style. Annotations are proofread and mistake free.

Student correctly cites all sources using the MLA style. Annotations are mostly proofread and mistake free, but there are some errors.

Student correctly cites most sources using the MLA style. Annotations are mostly proofread and mistake free, but there are some errors.

Student correctly cites some sources using the MLA style. Annotations contain several errors.