I feel as though I have achieved everything on the rubric. I have every page completed with plenty of variety. I tried to use different categories for the multi-genre extras to provide a more interesting approach. The pictures and videos are a lot more interesting and attention grabbing. I am particularly proud of the way the website looks. It came out very well organized and connected. It turned out looking very professional. I also like the videos and the way they all embedded nicely on the page. The most frustrating part was how slow the computers were. It was already a lot of work to begin with, but the slowness of the computers made it seem like more. Even when I was super focused and wanted to get everything done, I could only do as much as the computer allowed me. I definitely focused and worked hard in the computer lab, but I didn't necessarily get a lot done. I still ended up having to do most of it at home because the internet was so slow at school. The website I used to make it worked fine at home, just not very well at school. I ended up typing my whole paper, self reflection, dear reader, some multi genre notes, and the video page at home. It wasn't because I wasn't focusing at school, it was just because that was all I could do in the allowed time. Everything about my topic was interesting. I like knowing more about different cultures outside of my own. I really enjoyed watching the videos on India and listening to the music. My best source of information was the BBC website. It was incredibly helpful and had tons of information. It broke down all the key parts, gods, even the beliefs of Hindus on controversial topics such as abortion and contraception. It was a reliable way to learn a lot about Hinduism. I really didn't like the way this project was done. I would have rather had a normal research paper to do. It definitely seemed like I had to put a lot more time and work into this than I ever have on any other paper. I didn't like all the glitches that happened on the website and I was constantly getting really frustrated.