A preliminary evaluation of using WebPA for online peer assessment of collaborative performance by groups of online distance learners
Murray, Jo-Anne; Boyd, Sharon;
Publisher: AU Press
Collaborative assessment has well-recognised benefits in higher education and, in online distance learning, this type of assessment may be integral to collaborative e-learning and may have a strong influence on the student’s relationship with learning. While there are k... View more
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