[Portfolio] Electronically scored rubric

Debbie Boisvert dboisvert at sau53.org
Mon Mar 23 12:41:22 PDT 2009

Was not at today's call, but we would love to see it. SAKAI is already the best thing since sliced bread. This would make it the best thing since sliced cake! 
Debbie Boisvert
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>>> Steve Foehr <steve at staff.ri.net> 3/23/2009 1:33 PM >>>
Hi Folks,

Today's call wrapped up quickly, and I may not be able to make next week's
call, so I wanted to add RI's interest to Jan's comments about an
electronically scored rubric. We have great interest in that facility and
see it in competing portfolio products. The big deal, I think, is the
potential for simplifying the scoring workflow. Driving teacher acceptance
of a system often rides on keeping it simple.


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