Rubric for Software Project: Access



Criterion

4

A-level qualities
(90–100)

3

B-level qualities
(80–89)

2

C-level qualities
(70–79)

1 or 0

D- or F-level qualities
(60–69 or below 60)



Score

Completeness
You include all required elements (i.e., ten records, five fields, a sort, three reports, and a 2–3 page explanation) with additional data, reports, and sorts. You include all required elements (i.e., ten records, five fields, a sort, three reports, and a 2–3 page explanation). You include most of the required elements (i.e., ten records, five fields, a sort, three reports, and a 2–3 page explanation). You include some of the required elements (i.e., ten records, five fields, a sort, three reports, and a 2–3 page explanation).  
Quality of explanation You clearly explain the purpose of the database, its potential uses, and its features, as well as what you learned and what you need to know. You explain the purpose of the database, its potential uses, and its features, as well as what you learned and what you need to know. You explain something of the purpose of the database, its potential uses, and its features, as well as what you learned and need to know. You do not explain the purpose of the database, its potential uses, and its features, nor what you learned and need to know.  
Appropriateness The example used in the assignment is appropriate for the software project. The example used in the assignment is mostly appropriate for the software project. The example used in the assignment is somewhat appropriate for the software project. The example used in the assignment is not appropriate for the software project.  
Presentation You label and title your reports and use correct format throughout. You label and title your reports and mostly use correct format throughout. You label and title most reports but sometimes do not use correct format. You do not label and title your reports and do not use correct format.  

Total:

 

Note: Criteria are evaluated on a 4-3-2-1-0 basis. Total rubric points are converted first to a letter grade and then to a numerical equivalent based on a 0–100 scale: 16 = A (93–100); 15 = A– (90–92); 14 = B+ (88–89); 12–13 = B (83–87); 11 = B– (80–82); 10 = C+ (78–79); 8–9 = C (73–77); 7 = C– (70–72); 3–6 = D (60–69); 0–2 = F (below 60).