Evaluation rubrics are a key aspect in the integrity and effectiveness of the IDEC Abstract Review process. But they are a tool to those submitted an abstract just as they are a tool for the Reviewers. Those submitting for a Fall Symposium should consider the rubric when they are building the abstract in order to ensure alignment with the content and the evaluation criteria.
The project concept is articulated in the strength of the submitted narrative.
0 = project has no significant concept; 5 = project has a highlight significant concept
The project has a strong visual presence as described and evident in the images submitted.
0 = visual presence is not evident; 5 = visual presence is clearly evident
STRENGTH OF AESTHETIC VALUE
The author clearly places the design within a context supported by other works, literature or precedents.
0 = no aesthetic value is provided; 5 = strong aesthetic value is presented
INGENUITY OR NOVELTY
The project presents the ingenuity/novelty of design process in use of materials and/or methods.
0 = method is missing or inappropriate; 5 = method is clearly articulated
MASTERY IN CRAFTSMANSHIP
The mastery in craftsmanship is demonstrated with a comprehensive knowledge or techniques.
0 = craftsmanship is lacking; 5 = craftsmanship is outstanding
In addition to the categories above, the reviewer is asked to make a recommendation regarding acceptance.