This will make your endorsement for Danny much more credibiliy as we can verify your identity and title.
|Minimum Evidence Score||Other Minimum Criteria|
|1||Slate is not empty|
|3||At least 1 file* attached|
|6||At least 3 files* attached|
|12||At least 6 files* attached & 1 endorsement|
|20||At least 10 files* attached, 3 endorsements & photo ID verified|
|*A file can be any document, image, video, web link, activity log or self-proctored exam.|
The caliber of a Slate is based on the quantity and quality of the work supporting it.
To attain a certain caliber, a minimum score is required as well as a minimum number of different types of evidence. The different types of evidence all add to an evidence score:
Attached files* add 1 to the score.
Endorsements add 1 to the score.
Each 30 minutes of an activity log
adds 1 to the score.
Short Self-proctored exams
(< 30 mins) add 2 to the score.
Long Self-proctored exams
(> 30 mins) add 3 to the score.
For example, to achieve a 4-star caliber (12 points) a Slate requires at least one endorsement and 6 files* attached (adding to 7 points), and can have any combination of more files*, endorsements, activity logs and self-proctored exams to make up the remaining 5 required points.
Martin Dehnel — verified via Accredible
Danny's enthusiasm for, and knowledge of this course really shines through in his notes, and especially in conversation with him about it!
Ed Johnson — verified via Accredible
I went to university with Danny, and can fully endorse his statistical abilities.
Rozalia Zeibeki - Graduate student at Hellenic Open University — verified via Accredible
Impressed with the notetaking regime, which exhibits effective engagement with the course!
Matthew Rascoff - Education, innovation, globalization — verified via LinkedIn
Toni Rose Pinero — verified via Accredible
WOW. You're the type of classmate I would normally borrow notes from.
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