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Independent inquiry and the undergraduate dissertation: perceptions and experiences of final-year social science students

Publication type
Todd,M.; Bannister,P.; Clegg,S;. (2004) Independent inquiry and the undergraduate dissertation: perceptions and experiences of final-year social science students . Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 29 (3). pp. 335-55.

Abstract

This article reports on findings from a research project that investigated the experiences and perceptions of final-year social science undergraduates enrolled on a dissertation module in a post-1992 UK university.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Curriculum (including learning, teaching and assessment) > Assessment and feedback
Curriculum (including learning, teaching and assessment) > Student learning
Authors:
Todd,M.; Bannister,P.; Clegg,S;
Publication title:
Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education
Official URL:
Reference number:
LTA200
Summary deposited on:
30 May 2007
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