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v1 v2 92 92 93 93 ===== Simple Evaluations ===== 94 [[Image( documentationsimpleEvalExample1.png, 240px, align=right, border=3)]]94 [[Image(simple_evaluation.png, 240px, align=right, border=3)]] 95 95 Simple evaluations are the most basic evaluation types in iPeer. They consist of a set number of points to distribute among your team members. 96 The following instructions appear on the evaluation page itself , and this manual will expand on each of the points:96 The following instructions appear on the evaluation page itself: 97 97 98 98 1. Rate your peer's relative performance by using the slider. [Weight 110] … … 101 101 * iPeer will calculate the percentage of "sliderpoints" you assigned to each of your teammates, and will then calculate how many real points each is given. For example, the evaluation has 200 Real Points to distribute amongst your 4 teammates. You assign them "relative score" of 8 for each. You then click distribute. The total number of "relative scores" will be 32. Each member has 8 relative points, their will all get 8/32*100% = 25% of the total real score. In real score, each member will get 200 Points * 25% = 50 points / member. 102 102 * The above situation would repeat itself if you assigned '''each''' member a slider score, of 2, or 4, or 6, or anything else. Since the number of "relative points" you gave to each member mains equal, they will all be equal relative to one another. It is only the real score for each member that counts. 103 * Quick note: If the above info is confusing, then simply forget about the sliders and Distribute button! Instead, enter the number of points you would like to give to each teammate manually, fill out the comments, and submit your evaluation. Make sure that the points add up to the total number of points to distribute. This is explained in point 3, bel low.103 * Quick note: If the above info is confusing, then simply forget about the sliders and Distribute button! Instead, enter the number of points you would like to give to each teammate manually, fill out the comments, and submit your evaluation. Make sure that the points add up to the total number of points to distribute. This is explained in point 3, below. 104 104 3. Allocate any remaining points. 105 105 * This step usually occurs in cases where the "Distribute" button could not allocate all the points exactly according to your relative scores. … … 113 113 * Check that you entered all the comments that you like, or are required to. 114 114 * If the Submit button is grayed out, something is likely missing. Check the comments and total number of real points once again. 115 6. (Show / Hide late penalty policy) 116 * If the evaluation has a late penalty, details can be found here. 117 * If there are no late penalty, "No penalty is specified for this evaluation" will appear. 115 118 116 119 ===== Rubric Evaluations =====