Nifty Assignments Review Guidelines
||Saturday, October 19, 2019
||Wednesday, November 6, 2019
|Discussion & Recommendations
||Thursday, November 7, 2019
||Wednesday, November 13, 2019
The Nifty Assignments project gathers great CS assignments to make their ideas and materials freely available for the CSE community.
To review for Nifty Assignments, you need to read and evaluate 5 submissions. Each submission is an assignment along with all its materials. If you have a conflict of interest with an assignment, just write that as your evaluation and don’t score it.
As a reviewer, we ask that you carefully read each submission assigned to you and write a constructive review that concisely summarizes the assignment and its fit as a Nifty Assignment. When reviewing a submission, consider:
- Is this a great assignment?
- Does it teach topics of interest to many?
- Are the materials high quality and adoptable by others?
- Is it different from assignments that have already been published by Nifty Assignments?
While your review text should clearly support your scores and recommendation, please do not include your preference for acceptance or rejection of a submission in the feedback to the authors. Instead, use the provided radio buttons to make a recommendation (the authors will not see this) based on your summary review and provide any details that refer to your recommendation directly in the confidential comments to the track chairs. As a reviewer, you will only see a small portion of the submissions and a paper that you recommend for acceptance may be rejected when considering the full set of submissions.