Abstract: Objectively assessing student creative work in the fields associated with mass media can be problematic. Communicating expectations to students, as well as providing them with a clear yet flexible rubric for evaluation of copywriting, newswriting, audio production, video production, and web-design, requires examination of the relevant student learning outcomes. This article explores the process of rubric design for digital portfolio evaluation, including the areas mentioned, with a goal of finding appropriate measures that will be effective for conveying the expectations for each area to students and providing precise evaluation and feedback for both grading and assessment purposes.
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Smith, J. (2017). Assessing Creativity: Creating a Rubric to Effectively Evaluate Mediated Digital Portfolios. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 72(1), 24–36. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077695816648866