Creating this ePortfolio about Dublin was challenging to me. Even though I picked only locations I was able to visit in 2013, it was hard to reenvision the detailed architectural designs solely from online pictures. I found it quite easy to pick buildings relating to The City as Memory and Reliquary, however finding a site relating to The City as Theater proved to be more complicated and I hope defining an entire street as a site will be acceptable to the evaluators.
Considering the difficulties and challenges of completing such a project off-site and with little previous background in architecture and it's interpretation, I feel I have done a good job.
My Self-Rated Rubric
Below is each goal to work towards in your project pages (Parts 2-4 of this portfolio).
For each goal in the left column, rate your overall project's success on a scale of 0-2.
(0 should be given for minimal work, 2 for strong work)
Click to see the full course rubric for the project and personal pages.
Historical background: My project fully addresses...
"who", "what", "when", "where," and "how".
Site meaning: My project fully and accurately describes...
the meaning of my selected sites/buildings.
Rationale: My project explains well and credibly...
how the sites/buildings convey their meaning.
Evidence: My project supports assertions...
with appropriate resource citations.
Visual Support: My project incorporates...
at least two pieces of media for every physical attribute discussed.
All media fit the specifications provided for the project.