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Coursework uploads and zero-tolerance deadlines

By Ray Stoneham


Clear assessment deadlines and severe penalties for late submission of coursework are a feature of a number of UK universities. This presents a severe challenge for any online upload system. Evidence from a range of different implementations at the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Greenwich over the past few years is examined to assess the impact of a zero-tolerance deadline policy on the way students work and the problems that arise. Suggestions are made on how to minimise any possible negative impact of a zero-tolerance deadline policy on the administration of the system and on staff and students

Topics: LB2300
Publisher: Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Information and Computer Sciences
Year: 2009
DOI identifier: 10.11120/ital.2009.08010017
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