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According to Chris Mott (Electronic Literature Pedagogy), "digital media forces us to rethink our criteria for the evaluation of student work. When we evaluate student interpretations of print literature, we consider how well the student’s analysis of particular details remains true to the whole work." Work in traditional and digital media should be evaluted in the medium it is produced.

While multimedia essays and film adaptation projects will call for different criteria for evaluation, the fundamental criteria for evaluating literary interpretations apply. Some criteria to be used in evaluation may include --


Further Reading

"Grading the Digital School: In Classroom of Future, Stagnant Scores," New York Times, September 4, 2011

Cathy Davidson's critcal response to the NY Times article