A Method of Automatic Grade Calibration in Peer Assessment

@inproceedings{Hamer2005AMO,
  title={A Method of Automatic Grade Calibration in Peer Assessment},
  author={John Hamer and Kenneth T. K. Ma and Hugh H. F. Kwong},
  booktitle={ACE},
  year={2005}
}
Once the exclusive preserve of small graduate courses, peer assessment is being rediscovered as an effective and efficient learning tool in large undergraduate classes, a transition made possible through the use of electronic assignment submissions and web-based support software. Asking large numbers of undergraduates to grade each others work raises a number of obvious concerns. How will mark reliability and validity be maintained? Can plagiarism be detected or prevented? What effect will… CONTINUE READING
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