Peer assessment of individual contribution to the project

You will have the opportunity to evaluate the relative contributions of your team members to the entire project for both projects. Here is what to you need to do for each project:

Instructions

  1. Take $100$ points and divide them among the $N$ team members, including yourself. E.g. assign to each team member the percentage of the total effort required, including ideas, organization, design, coding, literature research, etc.

  2. Email jls@cs.man.ac.uk your assessment for project 1 in an email with the subject heading: Project 1 Group i peer assessment, where i your group number. Your email should contain all of the names of your group members and your assignment of the points.

  3. Email xzeng@cs.man.ac.uk your assessment for project 2 in an email with the subject heading: Project 2 Group i peer assessment, where i your group number. Your email should contain all of the names of your group members and your assignment of the points.

  4. This email must arrive by the end of Friday, May 11.

  5. If you fail to produce the assessment, you will receive a penalty1 (see below).

Example

For example, if in project 2 you worked in Group 6 which contained three team members, and you feel that one of them (Bob) made twice the contribution of the other two, you would produce an email which looked like

Date: Tues, 08 May 2012 15:44:04 +0000
From: Me <myemail@cs.man.ac.uk>
To: Xiao Jun Zeng <xzeng@cs.man.ac.uk>
Subject: Project 2 Group 6 peer assessment

Bob Jones 50
Mortimer Sneard 25
Hershel McGillakuty 25

What we will do with the assessment

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Footnotes

... penalty1
groups of size 1 are exempt from this penalty


Jonathan Shapiro 2012-05-04