Amount and quality of content 
Measure of success #1: At least 75% of the students participating in the IEP add 500 or more words to the article namespace.
Measure of success #2: At least 75% of the content contributed by students survives. Measure of success #3: No more than 2% of the content contributed by students turns out to be copyright violations. Measure of success #4: At least 95% of the content contributed by students has inline citations to reliable sources

No. of active contributors from IEP 
Measure of success #1: At least xx students from IEP start editing more than 5 edits in the article namespace per month.
Measure of success #2: At least xx CAs who were earlier newbies start editing more than 5 edits in the article namespace per month.

Satisfaction of community, students and professors 
Measure of success #1: More than 50% of the students indicate that they would prefer a Wikipedia assignment type course to a traditional course in the future. Measure of success #2: More than 50% of the participating teachers indicate that they would use Wikipedia as a teaching tool again.
Measure of success #3: More than 75% of the community volunteers involved in the pilot indicate that it was worth their time.

Comfort level with editing Wikipedia 
Measure of success #1: We will measure the level of comfort with editing before and after the semester in a survey. We see a significant increase in the level of comfort (at least double the number).

Effective communication with broader community 
Measure of success #1: Weekly updates on the program are shared with the broader community. Measure of success #2: Students respond promptly and reasonably to over 90% of queries to them on their user talkpages and the talkpages of the articles that they edit
