Coordination/Collaboration: Peer worked well with others in group to create cohesiveness for project work. Peer was willing to volunteer and work both with others and in a solitary manner when needed.
Preparation/Organization: Peer presented his/her findings/material in a manner that was professional and easy to understand.
Commitment: Time spent on project is relatively equal to the amount of time spent by peers on the same project, regardless of the quantifiable material produced during the time spent working.
Communication: Peer responded to emails, answered or returned phone calls, or posted in blogs when needed in a timely fashion.
Effectiveness: Work done was relevant to the goals put forth by the group. The work met the needs of the respective project. The work was implemented in a way that met the goals of the original plan.