Quality assessment of BSc engineering honours projects at Glasgow Caledonian University

Stewart, Brian G.; Nesbitt, Alan
January 2005
International Journal of Electrical Engineering Education;Jan2005, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p52
Academic Journal
This paper discusses the quality assessment of final-year BSc Engineering Honours projects within the School of Engineering, Science and Design at Glasgow Caledonian University. The issues of objectives and outcomes, assessment instruments and tools, marking criteria, methods of good practice, honours classifications, awarding creativity and innovation, and addressing plagiarism are all discussed.


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