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The concept of 'originality' in the Ph.D.: how is it interpreted by examiners?

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This paper explores ways in which examiners, supervisors and others interpret the concept of 'originality' when evaluating candidates' achievements in the final Ph.D. examination. It is based on institutional responses to a question in a 2006 discussion paper on doctoral assessment about how universities define originality for the purpose of Ph.D. assessment and what other criteria are used to guide examiners in making judgements in the final examination. The paper also includes emerging find...

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Publisher:
Routledge
Journal:
ASSESSMENT and EVALUATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Volume:
39
Issue:
7
Pages:
803-820
Publication date:
2014
DOI:
EISSN:
1469-297X
ISSN:
0260-2938
URN:
uuid:4f314522-03c2-4df2-b834-f02db9a98fd2
Source identifiers:
503372
Local pid:
pubs:503372
Language:
English
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