Compilers (CSC-362 98F)


Evaluating Your Colleagues

Due: Friday, December 11, 1998.

In this assignment, you are asked to evaluate your own and your colleagues' contributions to the group project. I realize that it may be difficult for some of you to have to evaluate your colleagues and that it is not ``the Grinnell way'' to critique your colleagues. However, evaluating colleagues is part of group work, and it is one of the lessons that the department wants you to learn from this course.

Note that I will not necessarily take evaluations at face value. It is likely that I will consider what I know about the group and what I see in the different evaluations.


For each person that you worked with on the project this semester (check with me if you're not sure who that includes), write a short (one to two paragraph) evaluation of that person. The evaluation should not only an indication of the person's contributions to the project, but also a set of recommendations on how that person could improve. You must also assign a letter grade to each person you evaluate, although I may not use those letter grades in determining their own contribution grade.

You should also write an evaluation of your own contribution to the project.

If a person you are evaluating worked with you on only part of the project, base the evaluation and letter grade on the part of the project they worked with you on.


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