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BIO 112: Cells, Genes and Inheritance (CGI) GENETIC DISEASE PROJECT: Evaluate Poster/Group

Poster Evaluation

Visuals/diagrams

  • font size (at least 24 point)
  • readability of diagrams
  • appropriateness of diagrams
  • use of color
  • other special effects (double matting, arrows)

intro

  • provides sufficient background?
  • overview
  • miscellaneous facts about the disease
  • sufficient info to help novice through poster

Organization

  • easy to follow
  • text to support diagrams
  • builds in complexity
  • logical flow

Information content

  • sufficient detail
  • representative of current literature
  • provide evidence for models, hypotheses
  • cover molecular defect (s)
  • follow consequences of molecular defect to cellular/organismal level?
    (if possible)

Literature cited

  • current
  • sufficient number of primary (at least 8, including 2 or 3 abstracts if necessary)
  • appropriate citations
  • format of lit cited list

Group Member Evaluation

You will be providing information on the participation and contribution made by your group members in the completion of this assignment. Your assessment will be included in the final grade received by the individual members of the group. Be thoughtful and honest in your critique. We encourage discussion of perceived imbalances in work loads during the process! Fill out a separate form for each member of your group, including yourself.

Person being evaluated:

Percentage of group meetings attended (circle one):

90-100%
50-75% 75-90% less than 50%

 

Level of ACTIVE participation in the group meetings (circle one number; five is full participation):

identified primary research articles 
1
2
3
4
5
read the articles
1
2
3
4
5
discussed the articles
1
2
3
4
5
performed outside reading/research
1
2
3
4
5
performed the agreed upon duties
1
2
3
4
5
contributed to the mini-assignments
1
2
3
4
5
contributed to the diagrams
1
2
3
4
5
contributed to the poster
1
2
3
4
5

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