Learning by devising Assessments: How to harness the enthusiasm of our students in their own learning.

Rhodes, G. 2014. Learning by devising Assessments: How to harness the enthusiasm of our students in their own learning. Crowdsourcing in HE. Bristol Feb 2014

TitleLearning by devising Assessments: How to harness the enthusiasm of our students in their own learning.
Authors Rhodes, G.
TypeConference paper
Year2014
ConferenceCrowdsourcing in HE

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