Assessing image based scholarship
Petkovic, J. (2010) Assessing image based scholarship. IM: Interactive Media (5).
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It is appropriate to start this paper by noting that this conference arises from and is intimately connected with the Australian Teaching and Learning Council (ALTC) funded grant project entitled “Assessing of Graduate Screen Production Outputs in Nineteen Australian Film Schools”.1
This project will test the assessment skills of 25 Australian screen production academics from five states, using a sample of 45 Honours productions completed in the last seven years. Creative works alone will be assessed without any written components or exegeses. There will also be a control group of five international assessors, most probably from the UK. The aim is to accumulate a body of evidence that will demonstrate, in quantitative and qualitative terms, that assessment of image-based creative works is as consistent as assessment conducted in traditional discipline areas.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||National Academy of Screen and Sound|
School of Media, Communication and Culture
|Publisher:||National Academy of Screen and Sound|
|Copyright:||2010 Murdoch University|
|Notes:||2009 Conference proceedings: Diegetic Life Forms and Diegetic Logic|
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