Business Editorial Board Criteria for Peer Review
1). Quality of Content
A. Module is clear and concise.
B. Module provides a complete demonstration of the concept.
C. Module demonstrates a core concept.
D. Module is current.
E. Module is relevant to today's situation.
F. Module is self-contained (can be used without requiring an assignment or context).
G. Module provides accurate information.
H. Module is flexible (can be used in several situations).
I. Module includes an adequate amount of material.
J. Module summarizes the concept well.
K. Module integrates the concept well.
L. Overall, the quality of content is very high.
2. Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
A. Module identifies learning objectives.
B. Module identifies prerequisite knowledge.
C. Module reinforces concepts progressively.
D. Module builds on prior concepts.
E. Module demonstrates relationships between concepts.
F. Module is easy to write assignments for.
G. Module is very efficient (one could learn a lot in a short period of time).
H. Overall, this module is very effective as a teaching tool.
A. Module is easy to use.
B. Module has clear instructions.
C. Module is engaging.
D. Module is visually appealing.
E. Module is interactive.
F. Module is of high design quality.
G. Overall, the usability of this module is very high.
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