How does assessment affect learning: an example from a chemistry PhD-course in scholarly communication
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Lindelöw, C. (2013). How does assessment affect learning: an example from a chemistry PhD-course in scholarly communication. Nordic Journal of Information Literacy in Higher Education, 5(1), 27-31. https://doi.org/10.15845/noril.v5i1.180

Abstract

Assessment of students in the learning process may have several reasons (knowledge assessment, ranking etc.). One reason presented in this article would be to use the assessment as a way to enhance learning. At Stockholm University Library, PhD-students in Chemistry annually partakes in a library course, where they have to write a mandatory essay and, from 2012, review a fellow student's essay. Comparing and discussing the former and the new ways of assessing, this article aims to discuss assessment as a way to enhance learning.

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