Double standards: when an undergraduate dissertation becomes the object of two different assessment approaches

David Starr‐Glass, Tanweer Ali
  • Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, March 2012, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.1080/02602938.2010.515016

What is it about?

Within a transnational educational programme, students residing in the Czech Republic obtain baccalaureate degrees from an accredited American college. The college has a distinctive approach towards learning, co‐creation of knowledge and the use of mentors. Part of the degree assessment is an undergraduate dissertation, which serves as a capstone experience. The Czech partner instituted a policy whereby students could obtain a second local degree by, among other things, using the same dissertati

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