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Deliverable Description Marking
Sprint 1 (5%)
Sprint 2 (10%)
Sprint 3 (15%)

Individual Project Related Assessment

An mentioned in the introduction on the home page for the unit, in accordance with the University policy on assessment, group-based marks can account for a maximum of 30% of the final mark. In the case of CITS3200, this means the outputs of the three Sprints. (University policy also stipulates that all team members must be awarded the same mark.)

For the 50% of the final mark related to the project (i.e. excluding an individual Professional Development Portfolio):

  • 15% is made up of the reflections for the 3 Sprints, i.e. 5% each. Each Sprint has its own reflection document, linked to the Sprint page above.
  • There will be mark for Professionalism worth 10%, as judged by the Project Auditor and Unit Coordinator. Professionalism has many aspects, making it hard to set out a check list, but includes punctuality for meetings and level of preparation evident. Has the person thought through the task in hand and come with good questions, and contributed constructively to Team meetings and other interactions. If you were a Team Leader for a period, the assessment will include a judgement about the quality of of leadership shown; otherwise, your qualities as a team member. See also the guidelines used by project team Auditors. Any late submissions of weekly deliverables will detract from this mark, as will missing Team meetings (unless due to illness or other circumstances where Special Consideration would be applicable). It is expected that will have had at least two roles in the Team, so if you had just one, the maximum mark will be 8.
  • There is a mark, worth 10%, for contribution. That is, the mark reflects the total effort you have put into the project, as recorded in the Booked Hours and supported by submissions to GitHub. More ambitious projects will, in general, result in higher marks for this component as the projects require more work, but please realise that the couple of extra marks are not worth jeopardizing your other units.
    The total Booked Hours should include team meetings, and may include time required to pick up new skills or learn about the project background. However, the time for learning new skills or gaining background knowledge will be limited to no more than 20% of the total hours that have been claimed.
  • Contribution will also be peer-assessed at the end of each Sprint by members of your team using SPARKPLUS. Each assessment is worth 5% of the final mark (so 15% in total). Details of how to get started with SPARKPLUS, and how to use it at the end of each Sprint, can be found here.


Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering
The University of Western Australia
Last modified: 17 June 2019
Modified By: Michael J Wise
UWA