Assesment Criteria

Course evaluation form – exam.

Quotation is distributed as follows:
30% – written assessment (on the development of an initial understanding of interaction design fundamentals) – a quiz consisting of 20 multiple choice questions for answering in 45 minutes.
50% – group project (students are required to participate in 30 out of the 40 foreseen contact hours by contributing to its design, implementation and presentation and final report)
20% – cross-referenced book review, which will be assessed over its depth and rational.

Quiz grading criteria:

  • A – excellent: the student demonstrates a solid and comprehensive understanding of new media and interaction design concepts and is able to establish meaningful relations between them. Quiz result shows at least 90% of right answers.
  • B – very good: the student demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of interaction design concepts and is able to establish the main relations between them. Quiz result shows at least 80% of right answers.
  • C – good: the student demonstrates a general understanding of interaction design concepts and is able to identify some of the main relations between them. Quiz result shows at least 70% of right answers.
  • D – satisfactory: the student demonstrates a general understanding of and interaction design concepts. Quiz result shows at least 60% of right answers.
  • E – sufficient: the student demonstrates very basic understanding of interaction design concepts. Quiz result shows at least 50% of right answers.
  • F – fail: more work is required before the credit can be awarded. Quiz result shows below 50% of right answers.

Group project grading criteria (on the acquisition of conceptual and technical knowledge enabling the design and development of interactive project for mobile, desktop or physical computing) – presentation and defence of functional application prototype:

  • A – excellent: fully designed and implemented project together with a comprehensive report and sound presentation.
  • B – very good: fully designed and implemented project with a generic report and presentation.
  • C – good: fully designed but partially implemented project with a generic report and presentation.
  • D – satisfactory: partially designed and implemented project with a generic report and presentation.
  • E – sufficient: partially designed and implemented project with insipient report and presentation.
  • F – fail: more work is required before the credit can be awarded.

Cross-referenced book review (on the theoretical frameworks of interaction design and applying it to group project students participates in) – an essay approximately 3500 characters long (two A4 pages), written in Estonian, Russian or English:

  • A – excellent: the book is soundly situated in its context and the depth and soundness of its rational reflects a comprehensive understanding of all relevant issues.
  • B – very good: above average: the book is soundly situated in its context but the depth and soundness of its rational reflects a moderate understanding of all relevant issues.
  • C – good: the book is situated in its context and the depth and soundness of its rational reflects a moderate of all relevant issues.
  • D – satisfactory: the book is situated in its context but the depth and soundness of its rational reflects a superficial understanding of relevant issues.
  • E – sufficient: the book is loosely situated in its context and the depth and soundness of its rational reflects a superficial understanding of relevant issues.
  • F- less than 50% of the work is done – fail: more work is required before the credit can be awarded.
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