Relationships between student characteristics and self‐, peer and tutor evaluations of oral presentations

@inproceedings{Langan2008RelationshipsBS,
  title={Relationships between student characteristics and self‐, peer and tutor evaluations of oral presentations},
  author={Anthony Mark Langan and David M. Shuker and W. Rod Cullen and David P. Penney and Richard F Preziosi and C. Philip Wheater},
  year={2008}
}
10.1080/02602930701292498 Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 0260-2938 (print)/1469-297X (online) Original Article 2 07 Taylor & Francis 002 07 D MarkLanga m.lang n@mmu.ac.uk There are many influences on how assessors grade themselves and others. Oral presentations are useful for exploring such factors in peer, selfand tutor marked assessments, being rapidly completed and assessed, commonly used in HE and very difficult to anonymize. This opportunistic study examined the effects of… CONTINUE READING

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