IT452 –Spring 2012 – Assignment Cover Sheet Your Last Name: Your First Name: Section (circle one): 3001 Lab # (circle one): 6002 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Project/Other:___________ Files due by 2359 on due date. My files were: OnTime Late, at day/time______ Describe any extra credit performed:_________________________________________ Feedback – please answer for credit (10%) but will not otherwise affect your grade 1. How long did this assignment take you to complete (both inside and outside class)? (circle one) 1 hr 2 hr 3 hrs 4 hrs 5 hrs 6 hrs Other: 2. Collaboration – list anyone you talked to about this assignment, or enter “none”. 3. What was the best part about this assignment? 4. The worst? 5. Do you think your assignment is… (circle one) All correct and complete Other ___________________ Mostly correct and complete Mostly correct, but not complete Mostly complete, but not all correct Neither correct nor complete 6. If you couldn’t get this assignment mostly correct and complete, why not? (circle one or two) Didn’t start soon enough Too busy with other things Was harder than I expected Couldn’t understand directions Couldn’t understand the concepts Other _______________________ 7. Was this assignment: (circle one) Way too easy Little too easy About right Little too hard Way too hard 8. In class/lecture, was the discussion of material relevant to this assignment: Way too slow Little too slow About right Little too fast Way too fast 9. Is there anything that we (the instructors) could have done better? Or other comments? IT452 GradingSheet : Lab 2 (AJAX basics) Your Last Name: Your Alpha: Instructions: Fill in your name & alpha, then fill in your predicted score for each part in the “Pred.” column, and fill in the predicted total. The instructor will fill in the “Actual” column. If you understand the requirements and your lab, you should be able to predict your score accurately. Thus, the last point is based on your predicted score being close to the actual score. Coversheets Validation Documentation Hardcopy Quality Possible Deductions 2 pts – coversheet and grading sheets filled in 2 pts – no errors, printout included 1 pts – few errors, or missing printout 2 pts – good comments overall, including summary before each function 1 pts – inadequate #, or missing function summaries 0 pts – inadequate number of comments overall Includes all required printouts in the correct order: a.) coversheets b.) validator output c.) index.html d.) JS files (if any). Minus 0.5 for each missing item. (b) Main page exists to support AJAX interactions (c) Synch. AJAX – reasonable code exists (c) Synch. AJAX succeeds at reading file (c) Synch AJAX updates page after read (c) Multiple data items in text file, parsed in code (d) Asynch. AJAX -- reasonable code exists (0 pts if not asynchronous) (d) Asynch. AJAX succeeds at reading file (max 1 pt if not asynchronous) (d) Asynch. AJAX succeeds at parsing XML (0 pts if not in XML format.) (d) Asynch. AJAX updates page after read (d) Multiple data items in XML file, parsed in code Default.htm has link to this lab and good, specific instructions. What exactly to click, enter, etc. to see that you met the requirements? Max Xx 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 -5: functionality basically same as class <table> example -3: some functionality different, but sig. amount is same -1: Lab02/index.html not named correctly n/a TOTAL 28 1 29 1 pt – predicted score within 2 pts of actual FINAL TOTAL Score Pred. Actual xx xx 1 n.a. Note: scores for first 4 sections are dependent upon reasonable completion of overall requirements.