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Session Name: The Game of Grading: A Discussion of Grading and Assessment in Higher Ed Games Programs
Speaker(s): Andrew Phelps, Lindsay Grace, Mia Consalvo, Roger Altizer
Company Name(s): Rochester Institute of Technology, Miami University, Concordia University, University of Utah
Track / Format: Educators Summit
Overview: This panel explores the difficult and often somewhat under-discussed topic of grading and assessing student work in games programs. Panelists will explore both the university and program outcomes of their respective universities, programs, centers, etc. and how these map to individual course outcomes, assignments, and rubrics, how these are implemented in practice with examples of both success and failure, and the similarities and differences between practices in games studies, communications, game design, game development, and production. Issues of evaluating individual and group work, short assignments vs. large scale projects, and work at various curricular levels and capabilities will also be explored.

GDC 2019

Andrew Phelps

Rochester Institute of Technology

Lindsay Grace

Miami University

Mia Consalvo

Concordia University

Roger Altizer

University of Utah

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Educators Summit

Game Career / Education