This guide was put together to provide resources, tools, and assignment suggestions for assessing student’s understanding of cybersecurity content. More importantly, to create a resource that has all this information in one place. The guide is broken up into assignment suggestions and appendices. It begins with suggested assignments for some cybersecurity courses. Assignments begins with a description of the assignment along with expected outcomes. Below this information is the assignment instructions or reference to a provided worksheet. Each assignment will list if there is a rubric or worksheet associated with it.
The Peralta Equity Rubric is a research-based course (re)design evaluation instrument to help teachers make online course experiences more equitable for all students. The rubric’s criteria include: addressing students’ access to technology and different types of support (both academic and non-academic); increasing the visibility of the instructor’s commitment to inclusion; addressing common forms of bias (e.g., implicit bias, image and representation bias, interaction bias); helping students make connections (e.g., between course topics and their lives; with the other students); and following universal design for learning principles.
The Peralta Equity Team periodically reviews and revises the rubric to address feedback and updates to equity-related research.
The site includes 3 related resources: 1) the Peralta Equity Rubric, 2) a brief companion document, “Describing the Peralta Equity Rubric,” and 3) a bibliography of research used for the Peralta Equity Rubric
OER Evaluation Rubrics adapted from the Achieve OER Rubric by Prince George's Community College to include a "Fair" rating. The Rubics included are: Rubric 1 - Alignment to Learning Objectives; Rubric 2 – Licensing; Rubric 3 - Quality of Subject Matter; Rubric 4 - Technology; Rubric 5 – Accessibility.
From the Wor-Wic Arts & Humanities Department, this rubric is designed to help faculty who are deciding if they would like to use an OER in their course. It includes assessments related to Authorship, Potential Bias, Affiliation, Quality Control, Peer Review, Timeliness & Relevance, Content Quality, Target Audience, and Accessibility.
The Wor-Wic rubric was adapted by Adam Tavel from a public rubric uploaded by user mcbrarian on the iRubric site.