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Ondoy and Rubrics

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The night Ondoy reached Philippine soil was thesis night. Thankfully, before the grand disaster (officially started Saturday noon when electricity went out), Jeune and I were able to create spreadsheets for the app! User will just have to login with their google id, then a quick authorization (for OAuth) is made then the page with the “new rubric” (or application’s “Home” for now) will be seen! When the “new rubric” is clicked, a google spreadsheet appears! Hurray! Check it out for yourself!  It doesn’t look good yet though. But at least, progress! Hopefully, Hardwire/Projectrix will be complete next time hehe. =)

The night Ondoy reached Philippine soil was thesis night. Thankfully, before the grand disaster (officially started Saturday noon when electricity went out), Jeune and I were able to create spreadsheets for the app! User will just have to login with their google id, then a quick authorization (for OAuth) is made then the page with the “new rubric” (or application’s “Home” for now) will be seen! When the “new rubric” is clicked, a google spreadsheet appears! Hurray! Check it out for yourself! http://projectrix-projectmetrics.appspot.com It doesn’t look good yet though. But at least, progress! Hopefully, Hardwire/Projectrix will be complete hehe. =)
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Written by Daniela

October 1, 2009 at 5:17 am

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Projectrix Web services

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Since we are to create SOA services for Projectrix, we came up with our initial services.

For the rubrics we have:

getAllRubrics()

– This will pull the entire list of available rubrics in Projectrix

createRubric(RubricName, …)

– Possible arguments include (1) tags to categorize the rubric, and (2) the link of the Google Spreadsheet where the XML data for the rubric will be pulled from

copyRubric(RubricName)

– To duplicate a certain rubric

getRubric(RubricName)

– To view the rubric

deleteRubric(RubricName)

– To delete the rubric

searchRubric(Keyword)

– To search for a rubric; Keyword can be a tag or text that is part of the rubric

* Note that there will be no update/edit for rubrics since once it is published, it can no longer be modified.

On the other hand, we have the following for projects:

getAllProjects()

– Will pull the entire list of projects uploaded/listed in Projectrix

createProject(ProjectName, …)

– Possible arguments include (1) tags to classify projects, (2) links to Drop Box, YouTube, etc. depending on the type of media, (3) description of the project, (4) license type for the project (see following post on project licenses), etc.

getProject(ProjectName)

– Will pull a specific project from Projectrix

updateProject(ProjectName, …)

– Modifies the project; Includes all arguments included in the createProject() service

deleteProject(ProjectName)

Deletes the project; In consideration if we will be doing a hard or theoretical deletion

searchProject(Keyword)

– To search for a project; Keyword can be a tag or text that is part of the project description

On the assessment side, so far we have:

AssessProject(ProjectName, …)

– Possible argument is the scoring which is yet to be determined (e.g. sequence of numbers, a list, etc.)

The above services will include arguments for OAuth (around 6, according to Jeune), albeit unspecified.

Written by falloutkee

September 22, 2009 at 11:19 pm

On Alternative Assessments and Portfolios

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In one sentence: ePasa X (working title) will basically be an online portfolio where one can have his/her work reviewed by other people by using the rubrics, or guidelines that he/she has defined, as well as that of the evaluators’.

Dan has posted excerpts from our Statement of the Problem, which basically describes the project in a more formal way in her post. I’m saving the technical terms for our paper.

Written by falloutkee

July 17, 2009 at 7:54 am

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Concepts

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We’ll be concentrating on 5 concepts for this project. They are:
1.) Portfolios
2.) Rubrics
3.) Common Tags
4.) OAuth
5.) Google Spreadsheets

It’s RRL Time!

Written by Daniela

July 17, 2009 at 7:21 am