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Negotiated assessment criteria and peer assessment in software engineering group project work: A case study

@inproceedings{Utting1999NegotiatedAC,
  title={Negotiated assessment criteria and peer assessment in software engineering group project work: A case study},
  author={I. Utting},
  year={1999}
}
The core second level course in Software Engineering for Computer Science students at the University of Kent has, for many years, included a substantial design-and-build group project component. In recent years, this has been enhanced to address a number of issues crucial to students' development as reflective, professional practitioners. These include: . group allocation and formation . appropriate technical and non-technical goal-setting within the context of the taught material. These goals… Expand

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