New or Alternative Software Scoring Rubric

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Limited Evidence

Moderate Evidence

Strong Evidence

INNOVATIVE:  The software is innovative in light of current practice 1 – The software or an alternative is already well-established at Clackamas 2 – The software, while not entirely new to Clackamas, is applied to learning in fresh ways 3 - The software explores practices that are new to Clackamas

LEARNING:  The software is likely to have a positive impact on student success and/or retention

1 - The impact of the software on student success or retention is unclear

2 - The software is likely to have secondary effects that could enhance student success or retention

3 - The software directly addresses practices that could improve student success or retention

EQUITY: The software is likely to create positive outcomes related to the College's equity goals.

NOTE: Software requests that exacerbate negative equity impacts will not be considered for adoption.

1 - The impact of the software on equity would be neutral (see DEI framework).

2 - The impact of the software on equity would be moderately positive (see DEI framework).

3 - The impact of the software on equity would be markedly positive (see DEI framework).

EASE OF USE:  The software is technologically accessible to faculty and students

1 - The software is sufficiently complex or expensive so as to limit broad adoption

2 - The software might be somewhat limited because of cost or complexity

3 - The software is readily available and could be adopted by a wide range of faculty and student users

SCALABLE: The software has potential application across a range of courses and programs

1 - The software’s application is likely to be limited to a single course offering

2 - The software has potential application to a limited range of courses or programs

3 - The software has clear application across a large number of courses and programs

PLATFORM: The software has potential application across a range of platforms

1 -The software is limited to a single web browser and/or operating system

2 – The software has potential application to a limited range of web browsers and/or operating systems

3 - The software has clear application across a large number of web browsers and/or operating systems

COLLABORATIVE: The software is collaborative, including other colleagues and/or disciplines

1 - The software involves an individual faculty member

2 -The software involves multiple faculty within a program or discipline

3 -The software is both collaborative and cross-disciplinary

POLICIES: The software has Privacy and Accessibility (VPAT) statements

1 - The software lacks one or both policy statements

2 - The software’s policy statements are vague or not FERPA compliant

3 - The software’s policy statements are easily understood and accessed and are FERPA compliant

Details

Article ID: 107548
Created
Wed 5/13/20 9:21 AM
Modified
Wed 5/12/21 10:40 AM