Examining the examiners: How inexperienced examiners approach the assessment of research theses
Earlier research by Mullins and Kiley (2002) [Studies in higher education, 27(4), 369-386] reported on the processes that experienced examiners go through when they assess research theses. Since that study two further studies have been undertaken, interviews with novice Australian examiners, reported here, and the analysis of approximately 100 examiners' reports (Kiley, 2004). These studies now allow us to address the comment made by many of the experienced examiners who were interviewed that...[Show more]
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