Liberty University Database Questions
1. Discuss the relevance of course material and the use of information technology to a biblical worldview.
2. Justify the importance of dynamic and scalable database solutions.
3. Examine the innovative practices of database design.
4. Assess integrative database development processes.
5. Design a database management system that fulfills changing business requirements.
Students must pass each of the first four areas in order to receive credit for the course. Reviewers must submit content through SafeAssign prior to completing the rubric.
|Areas of Evaluation||Criteria|
|Connecting Learning to Formal/Informal Experience|| Student meaningfully synthesizes relevant connections of learning through academic knowledge and experience inside and outside of the formal classroom to all of the stated course outcomes/objectives. The significance and relevance to the course outcomes are clear.
Informal learning is specifically detailed and relevant to the course
|Application/Transfer|| Student articulates how s/he adapted/applied skills, abilities, theories, and methodologies gained in one situation to new situations to solve difficult problems or explore complex issues in original ways.
Student uses a variety of quality sources and an appropriate amount of academic theory and/or broader ideas is integrated within the narrative, so that the students learning is grounded in the academic frameworks of the topic.
Student draws conclusions about learning related to academic theories supported by evidence.
|Reflection/Self-Assessment|| Student demonstrated a developing sense of self as a learner, building on prior experiences to respond to new and challenging contexts.
Reflections describe the students achievement and integration of the course learning outcomes illustrative examples are used throughout to support claims of outcome achievement.
|Evidence of Learning/Documentation|| Student provides formal artifacts and/or relevant and compelling information that is clearly and directly tied back to the course outcomes/objectives and purpose of the narrative.
All documentation is effectively referred to within the submission and is clearly organized
|Mechanics/Format/Overall Presentation|| Written work has been edited and text is mostly free of grammar, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization errors.
Writing/oral communication is focused on the learning outcomes and purpose of the portfolio. Extraneous information has been edited from the document.
|Professor Comments|| Where applicable, please provide additional comments for exceptional work or for areas of improvement for each CLO.
Student did not reference quality sources and academic theory. Also failed to provide formal artifacts to support the professional application/use of related concepts