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|Title:||The development of an assessment matrix to promote student learning in postgraduate multidisciplinary research projects|
|Citation:||Ergo, 2011; 2(2):37-44|
|Publisher:||Education Research Group of Adelaide|
|Jackie Venning and Femke Buisman-Pijlman|
|Abstract:||An assessment matrix based on a research skill development framework has been developed to promote learning outcomes and improve evaluation and feedback to students undertaking research projects as part of their multidisciplinary postgraduate coursework program. Although general University grade descriptors are available, they are often open to interpretation, which can cause inconsistency especially where students and supervisors are from different disciplines. The paper describes the development of the assessment matrix to guide and evaluate research projects.|
|Rights:||Copyright 2001 Education Research Group of Adelaide and authors|
|Appears in Collections:||Earth and Environmental Sciences publications|
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