The second critique asks you to evaluate and assess Eraser. The associated worksheet (Word file) walks you through the process of analyzing the system described lecture and in the textbook. For this critique, we would like you to upload your worksheet even though we will not grade it. If you choose not to use the worksheet, just upload a blank copy.
After filling in the worksheet, use the following guidelines to organize your analysis into a 2-3 page critique of Eraser. Your audience is a community of peers who have not read the paper.
Before beginning to write, think about how you might organize your critique. You might assess each module in turn, or each design goal. You might order design goals by importance (e. g. most to least important) or by strength (strongest to weakest—or the reverse!). Use your introduction to forecast and your conclusion to recap.
The critique should be approximately 750-900 words. You can also view the rubric to get a sense of how we'll grade your writing (your TA will also be grading this assignment, for technical content). Please include your final word count on your critique (e.g., along with your name).
Submit your write-up and your worksheet using our submission site. Again, this assignment is due at 5:00pm on March 17th, not 11:59pm.