The following rubric is designed to compare between the final projects for the I³ Awards.
To ensure a fair comparison of projects across different judges and different fields of study, scores will be analysed using an Analytical Hierarchical Process. Judges will assign each project a score out of 20 for each dimension. Although a rubric will be provided, these scores do not represent outcomes-based achievement, but instead reflect comparative strength in the dimension. The goal of the Analytical Hierarchical Process is to create a fair ranking of projects from disparate fields.
Online Interview Dimensions
*Note: the purpose of the interview is to validate knowledge and skills, and to provide student to give more evidence of their skills. It is used to differentiate between the top projects.
Dimension 1: Application of discipline-specific skills
Dimension 2: Presentation / Communication
Dimension 3: Understanding of concepts, processes, and techniques
Dimension 4: Significance to society or discipline
Dimension 5: Creativity / Innovation
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