Write for a public audience that includes your peers
**You can submit an additional campus event blog during the semester for up to 10 extra credit points (due by 11/30 at midnight.) Please submit within one week of attending the workshop.
|Exceeds Expectations||Meets Expectations||Needs improvement|
|Tutorial / Content (15 points)||Your thorough tutorial includes screenshots or supplementary material as is needed to offer a clear and concise set of steps on the basics on how to use a tool. You include a well-thought assessment of how this tool might (or might not) be useful to us in this course.||You include a tutorial with a basic intro on the topic of your workshop, as well as a brief consideration of the tool's usefulness.||Your post lacks detail on how to use the tool and/or falls short in its consideration of the tool's usefulness.|
|Professionalism (5 points)||Your post follows the basic rules for clear writing. Your post is thoroughly proofread, and is well-written in an appropriately professional tone. You include proper citations as needed. Your post meets all requirements (length, number of sources, etc.).||Your post generally follows the basic rules for clear writing and is generally well-written, but it has a few proofreading errors and/or is missing citations. The tone is appropriately professional. Your post meets all or most requirements (length, number of sources, etc.).||Your post would be stronger if you invested more time in proofreading and revisions. You may also be missing citations or be writing in too informal of a tone. Your post may not have met all of the requirements (length, number of sources, etc.).|