What are Deliverables?
Deliverables are the pieces that you must submit to fully complete the assignment and get full credit for your work. These steps are as follows:
Please note that all of these must be completed to receive full credit on the assignment. This is covered in more detail in the Summary section.
Submission – This is the part of the assignment that you turn in for your peers to review. It is a creative piece (written essay, a case analysis, a piece of artwork, a composition, a design or their combination) in response to a prompt from your instructor. The expectation is that in completing the assignment, you will apply concepts, theories, and ideas that you have learned and apply to the current task at hand. Your instructor’s prompt will give you more details on how to complete the assignment content wise. Refer to Navigating Mobius SLIP for instructions on how to turn in the Submission.
Review – This is where you learn from other students and help facilitate their learning. In this deliverable, you review your anonymous peers’ works and give them anonymous feedback – critique them – as well as Benchmark them according to how successful you think they were in satisfying the requirements of the task. In reviewing peer’s works, you gain knowledge on the subject that you might not have found in your own research. This is the point when you have to ask yourself, “Are they right?”, “Did I miss something?” Even if you think your peers are not correct, it challenges you to stop and ask yourself some tough questions. You can help your peers correct their errors by giving them constructive feedback. At the same time, you learn how to give feedback that is encouraging and courteous. Professionals need to learn this skill to be successful in the workforce, and writing critiques in this section is a perfect place to practice.
Reaction – Here you get to see what your peers said about your work. This section allows you to read the feedback that you received and rank that feedback based on its quality. This creates a sense of agreement on how helpful feedback will assist you with improving future assignments. You give the highest ranking to the person whose feedback gave you the most insight into how you can improve your work.
Now that you know what the deliverables are, let’s get started by signing you up to use Mobius SLIP.