WPA-AGRD-Interdisciplinary Project Review Report


The goal of this project is to asses the stu­den­t’s per­for­mance and poten­tial in the graphic design field.


The objec­tive of this assign­ment is to pro­vide an assess­ment of the stu­den­t’s inter­dis­ci­pli­nary expe­ri­ence and efforts as part of the Uni­ver­si­ty’s Whole Per­son Assess­ment Pro­gram using the WPA-AGRD-Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary Project Review Report rubric.

Background Reading

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Uti­liz­ing a final assess­ment activ­ity to eval­u­ate the suc­cess of a project, espe­cially an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary one, is key to max­i­miz­ing the design process. Using com­ments and sug­ges­tions for pre­vi­ous eval­u­a­tions, dis­cus­sions, client meet­ings and class­room cri­tiques, cre­ate a short report that sum­ma­rizes what was cre­ated and deliv­ered, what groups were involved, and how the project was received. Feel free to ref­er­ence any con­flicts, fail­ures or dis­ap­point­ments, as well as com­pat­i­bil­i­ties, suc­cesses and achieve­ments. Addi­tional com­men­tary should describe what was learned from and what was taught to these out­side groups. Finally, briefly describe any future plans that were not pos­si­ble due to other pres­sures, such as time­line, bud­get or approvals.

The report is intended for “inter­nal use only,” so feel free to record per­son­nel names and posi­tion or event specifics, but please take a pro­fes­sional and con­struc­tive tone in the narrative.

Part One

Brain­storm and out­line the com­ments and events, includ­ing any infor­ma­tion ref­er­enced in pre­vi­ous reports. This sum­mary can ref­er­ence these titles as needed, espe­cially to direct the viewer to addi­tional tech­ni­cal specifics.

Part Two

Cre­ate a 500 to 1000 word report that addresses the dis­cov­er­ies out­lined in Part One, and from the pre­vi­ous project reports. Clearly delin­eated the any find­ings and observations.

Cre­ate a short pre­sen­ta­tion with your expe­ri­ence, focus­ing on what was learned from the entire process. Sup­ple­ment the find­ings with any dia­grams, charts or dynamic media nec­es­sary to clar­ify and visu­al­ize the event. The pre­sen­ta­tion should be 2–3 min­utes in length and may have up to 5 slides. Pre­sen­ta­tion for­mat is impor­tant, but no lim­i­ta­tions on media, author­ing soft­ware or design. Com­bine all notes and mate­ri­als from Parts One and Two into a sin­gle PDF.


  • The fol­low­ing rubric posted on D2L will deter­mine assign­ment score: WPA-AGRD-Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary Project Review Report Summary


Cumu­la­tive from each assign­ment or project


As defined by each assign­ment or project.


As defined by cor­re­spond­ing cal­en­dar item, drop­box, dis­cus­sion or con­tent topic description.