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23 May 2004 at 10:52

assessment by blog - cooper & boddington

(a very brief summary of the paper delivered at Blogtalk Downunder, 21 May 2005)

The authors use weblogs in a university class in Business Management. Each group of 7 to 10 students ran its own blog.

Students were expected to choose one of the 23 case studies provided, and post a critique of it onto the group blog (worth 60% of their mark). They then had to post comments on the critiques by two peers (worth 20% of their mark for each comment).

The paper includes some illuminating student feedback about their experience of the process.

Full paper: Carol Cooper & Lyn Boddington - Assessment by blog: Ethical case studies assessment for an undergraduate business management class

Sources acknowledged.

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