Publications
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Papers

Publications & Papers


Further research and teaching materials are available at Oxford Brookes’ multi-purpose archive ‘RADAR’ (Research Archive and Digital Asset Repository).

2014

Millar, J. and Price, M. (2014) “Responsible management education and managerialism: the introduction of the United Nations’ Principles for Management Education to a United Kingdom Faculty of Business”. Developmental paper presented at the British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference, Belfast, September 2014

 

 

2013

Bloxham, S. and Price, M. (2013) 'External examining: fit for purpose?' Studies in Higher Education, September 2013, ISSN 1350-5076 (ID No. CSHE 823931) and available online, August 2013

Bloxham, S., Price, M., Hudson, J., and den Outer, B. (2013) 'Developing staff for marking and external examining: using the research and thinking creatively', presented at 18th Annual SEDA Conference, Bristol, November 2013

Bloxham, S., Price, M., Hudson, J., and den Outer, B. (2013) 'Can independent (external) examiners make a useful contribution to assuring inter-university academic standards in higher education?', presented at Australian Association for Research in Education, Adelaide, December 2013

Bloxham, S., Price, M., Hudson, J., and den Outer, B. (2013) 'Examining the examiners: investigating the understanding and use of academic standards in assessment', presented at Assessment in HE Conference, June 2013

Handley, K., den Outer, B., and Price, M. (2013) 'Learning to mark: examplars, dialogue and participation in assessment communities', HERD December 2013, published online by iFIRST 9 August 2013

Millar, J.(2013) 'Creating Commitment: personal and practice challenges to engagement with values based education', presented at CCI 5th International Conference in association with CAPRI, Global Citizenship as Personal and Pedagogical Practice, Oxford, June 2013

den Outer, B. (2013) 'Dear Diary? An assessment of the audio diary as research method', presented at the Brookes Burgundy Joint Research Conference, Dijon, June 2013 

Price, M., Hudson, J., Bloxham, S., and den Outer, B. (2013) 'External Examiners' Standards Examined: The practice of external examining in the contemporary quality assurance context of higher education', presented at the SRHE Annual Research Conference 2013 (ref: 0139) December 2013

 

2012

Bell A, Mladenovic R and Price M (2012) 'Improving learning outcomes through effective assessment: benefits of grade descriptors, marking guides and exemplars. Presented at 5th Annual American Accounting Association AAA Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting - "Seeds of Innovation", Washington D.C., United States, 5 August 2012

Bell, A., Mladenovic, R. and Price, M. (2012) ‘Students’ perceptions of the usefulness of marking guides, grade descriptors and annotated exemplars’ Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. Published by Taylor & Francis online 10 September 2012

Den Outer, B., and Price, M. (2012) ‘Assessment literacy in university students: what is it and how is it developed?’ Presented at European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Brussels, 28-31 August 2012

Den Outer, B., Handley, K.,and Price, M. (2012): Situational analysis
and mapping for use in education research: a reflexive methodology?, Studies in Higher Education, DOI:10.1080/03075079.2011.641527 Published Taylor & Francis Vol. 38 (10), December 2013

Millar, J. (2012) ‘Encouraging a critical engagement with the challenge posed by the Principles of Responsible Management Education’. Presented at the Association of Business Schools (ABS) Conference Manchester 24-25 April 2012

Millar, J.  ‘A Critical Engagement with the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME)’. Abstract accepted for 17th International Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society, Barcelona 14-15 May 2012 

Millar, J.  ‘“Oh reason not the need?” Encouraging a critical engagement with the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME)’. Presented at ISBEE ( International Society of business, economics and ethics), Warsaw 11-14 July 2012

Morosanu, L., Millar, J. and Price, M. ‘“Good” and “Bad” Feedback: Content, Discontent and the Contingent Value of Feedback’, presented at the JURE (Junior Educational Researchers, European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction) conference, University of Regensburg, 23-27 July

Price, M., Handley, K. and den Outer, B. (2012) ‘Learning to mark: exemplars, dialogue and participation in assessment communities’. Presented at European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Brussels, 28-31 August 2012

Price, M., O’Donovan, B., Rust, C., Handley, K. (2012) ‘Feedback: an agenda for change’. Part of symposium: ‘Reconceptualising Feedback in Higher Education’ presented at European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Brussels, 28-31 August 2012

Price, M., O’Donovan, B., Rust, C., Handley, K. and den Outer, B.  (2012) ‘Assessment literacy – a perspective on the student role in assessment for learning’. Part of invited symposium: ‘Multiple perspectives on Assessment for Learning’.  Presented at European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Brussels, 28-31 August 2012

2011

Bloxham, S., & Price, M., (2011) ‘Academic standards in external examining: challenging assumptions underpinning public and professional discourse’, presented at the British Education Research Association conference, September 2011

Handley, K., Price, M. & Millar, J.  (2011) 'Beyond 'doing time': investigating the concept of student engagement with feedback’. Oxford Review of Education, Vol 37 No.4 pp543-560

Price, M. (2011) 'Putting students in the driving seat. is it safe to remove the L-plates?' The Higher Education Academy ELiSS Vol 4 Issue 1. ISSN: 1756-848X.

Price, M., & den Outer, B., (2011) 'Assessment literacy in academic communities: what is it and can it be developed?' Presented at the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Newer Researchers Conference, December 2011

Price, M., & den Outer, B., (2011) Investigating assessment literacy in Oxford Brookes University's learning communities: what is it and how can it be developed? presented at the Brookes Learning & Teaching Conference, June 2011

Price, M., Handley, K. & Millar, J. (2011) 'Feedback - focussing attention on engagement'. Studies in Higher Education, Vol 36 No.8 pp879-896  

 

2010

Lukacs, G. (2010) ‘Investigating oral vivas as a form of assessment in business and management education’, presented at the annual conference of BMAF, Newcastle, April 2010

Millar, J. (2010) 'Talking relationships: developing an understanding of staff-student relationships constructed through assessment feedback', presented at EARLI/Northumbria Assessment Conference, Northumberland, September 2010

Millar, J. (2010) “When feedback becomes “fundamental to learning”: some implications for the construction of staff - student relationships and student identities”, presented at the annual conference of the Society for Research in Higher Education, 14-16 December 2010

Millar, J., Davis, S., Rollin, H. & Spiro, J. (2010) 'Engaging Feedback?' Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching.

Morosanu, L. & Handley, K. (2010) "Learning beyond the Institution: A Cultural Capital Perspective on the International Student Experience", presented at the annual conference of the Society for Research in Higher Education, 14-16 December 2010

Morosanu, L., Handley, K. & O'Donovan, B. (2010) 'Seeking support: Researching first-year students’ experiences of coping with academic life', Higher Education Research and Development, 29(6): 665-678.

den Outer, B. and Handley, K (2010) 'Staff, Standards and Situation: using situational analysis as method of inquiry into assessment standards in higher education', presented at HECU5 (Higher Education Close Up 5),  Lancaster, July 2010

Price, M. (2010) 'Testing Times; the uses and abuses of assessment'. Book review in Assessment in Education - principles, policy and practice. Vol 17, No.3, pp335-337

Price, M., Carroll, J., O’Donovan, B. & Rust, C. (2010) 'If I was going there I wouldn't start from here: a critical commentary on current assessment practices' Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. Vol 36, No.4, pp479-492

Price, M., Handley, K., Millar, J. & O’Donovan, B. (2010) ‘Feedback all that effort but what is the effect?’, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 35, 3, p277-289. (Routledge Education Class 2011 - the most downloaded article published; Thomson Reuters 2011 Journal Impact Factors, one of the top cited articles contributing to an Impact Factor of 0.841)

Price, M. O’Donovan, B., Rust, C., & Handley, K. (2010) ‘Manifestos, declarations, propositions and position papers: attempting national change, and possibly even more. An international
symposium considering three examples’, presented at EARLI/ Northumbria Assessment Conference, Northumberland, September 2010

2009

Handley, K., Price, M. and Millar, J. (2009) ‘Engaging students with assessments: going beyond module-level interventions’, presented at EARLI 2009 (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction), Amesterdam, August 2009

Handley, K., Price, M. (2009) 'Re-thinking the meaning of feedback: a 'gift' to the student, or a relational and dialogic process?' Presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Research into Higher Education, Newport, UK, December 2009

Handley, K. & Williams, L. (2009) ‘From copying to learning? Using exemplars to engage students with assessment criteria and feedback’, Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol 34 No.1 pp95-108, October 1469-297X

Millar, J., Davis, S., Rollin, H. & Spiro J. (2009) ‘Engaging Feedback?’, Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching, Vol 2, Issue 5

Millar, J., Davis, S., Rollin, H. & Spiro J. (2009) ‘Engaging Feedback?’ presented at Brookes Student Learning Experience Conference, Oxford Brookes University, April 2009

Millar, J. & Saunders, G. (2009) ‘Dialogue Matters: Feedback and Dialogue in Multi-Disciplinary Settings', presented at the Higher Education Academy Annual Conference The Future of the Student Learning Experience, University of Manchester, June/July, 2009

Morosanu, L. & Handley, K. (2009) ‘From Communities of Practice to Networks of Support: First-Year Students' Experiences of Coping with Academic Life’, presented at ISL 2009 (Improving Student Learning Conference),Imperial College, London, September 2009

Morosanu, L. & Handley, K. (2009) ‘From Community of Practice to Networks of Support: Investigating First-Year Students’ Experiences of Coping with Academic Life’, presented at the European First Year Experience, Groningen, May 2009

Morosanu, L., and Handley, K. (2009) ‘Seeking versus Providing Support: Investigating First-Year Students' Experiences’, presented at the Oxford Brookes University Research Conference, June 2009

den Outer, B. & Handley, K. (2009) 'Staff and Standards: The Tutor Perspective on Participation and Belonging in Assessment Communities’, presented at EARLI 2009 (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction), Amsterdam, August 2009

den Outer, B. & Handley, K. (2009) ‘Staff, Standards and Situation: Tutor Experiences of Assessment and Belonging in Academic Communities using Situational Analysis’, presented at ISL (Improving Student Learning), London, September, 2009

O’Donovan, B. (2009) ‘Filling a pail or lighting a fire? The intellectual development of management undergraduates’, International Journal of Management Education, Vol 9, No.1 pp1-10, ISSN 1356-2517

Price, M., Handley, K., Millar, J. & O’Donovan, B. (2009) ‘Feedback all that effort but what is the effect?’ Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, September 2009

Price, M., O'Donovan, B., & Rust, C. (2009), 'Assessment Standards: A Manifesto for Change’, presented at the Improving Student Learning conference, Imperial College, London, September 2009

Price, M., Rust, C., O’Donovan, B., and Carroll, J. (2009)’ If I was going there I wouldn’t start from here – a critical commentary on current assessment practice’ accepted for publication in Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education.

Rust, C. (2009) “Assessment standards: a potential role for Subject Networks” Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport, and Tourism Education, Vol. 8, No. 1, 124-128 (On-line April 2009) Available at:
http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/hlst/documents/johlste/vol8no1/81Perspectives.pdf 

Rust, C., Carroll, J., Handley, K., O’Donovan, B., & Price, M. (2009) Submission from ASKe to the Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Select Committee inquiry into “Students and Universities”. (Online May 2009)
Available at: http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/documents/ASKe_ParliamentaryCtteeSubmission.pdf

 

2008

Aitken, S. & Davey, S. (2008), 'The adaptation of first year overseas undergraduate students and the effect of a structured induction programme on their academic grades', presentation at the Brookes Student Learning Experience Conference.

Carroll, J. (in press), ‘Assessment issues for international students and for teachers of international students’, Enhancing internationalisation in business and management hospitality leisure sport tourism, Newbury: Threshold Press

Carroll, J. (2008), ‘Credit where credit is due:  citation and plagiarism’,  A Handbook for Postgraduate Research Students, Hall, G. (ed), London: Palgrave Macmillan

Carroll, J. (2008), ‘Dealing with student plagiarism in transnational teaching', Teaching and Learning in Transnational Higher Education: Offshore and international students eds.  Wallace, M. & Dunn, L., New York: Routledge

Carroll, J. (in press), ‘Plagiarism as a threat to learning:  an educational response’ in Assessment, Learning and Judgement,  ed. Joughlin, G., Berlin: Springer

Handley, K.& Williams, L. (2008), 'From copying to learning? Using exemplars to engage students with assessment criteria and feedback' Journal article accepted for publication in to Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education on 12 August 2008

Millar, J. (2008), 'Painting by numbers: understanding student feedback' in Rust, C. (ed.) Proceedings of 2007 15th International Symposium on Improving Student Learning, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development

O’Donovan, B., Price, M. & Rust, C. (2008), 'Developing student understanding of assessment standards: a nested hierarchy of approaches', Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 13, No. 2, 205-217

Price, M., O’Donovan, B., Rust, C. & Carroll, J. (2008) ‘Assessment Standards: A Manifesto for Change’, presented at ISL 2009 (Improving Student Learning Symposium)

Price, M., O’Donovan, B., Rust, C. & Carroll, J (2008), 'Assessment
standards: a manifesto for change', Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching, Vol.2, No. 3. (Online December 2008) Available at:
http://bejlt.brookes.ac.uk/article/assessment_standards_a_manifesto_for_change

Witney, D & Smallbone, T. (2008), 'Supporting online collaboration: implications of teacher and student concerns for instructional design', Presentation at the ALT-C conference, Leeds, UK, September 2008

Witney, D & Smallbone, T. (2008), 'Supporting online collaboration: implications of teacher and student concerns for instructional design', Presentation at the Brookes Student Learning Experience Conference, May 2008

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2007

Carroll, J. (2007),  A Handbook for Deterring Plagiarism in Higher Education, 2nd edition, Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, Oxford Brookes University

Carroll, J. (2007), ‘Do national statistics about plagiarism tell you about your students?’, LINK Newsletter on Academic Integrity, the Hospitality, Sport and Leisure Subject Centre, 18,  3-9

Carroll, J. (2007), ‘Reclaiming plagiarism’, at the EARLI Conference, Budapest, Hungary 28 August – 1 September 2007-08-15

Carroll, J. & Appleton, J. (2007), ‘Support and Guidance for international students:  what is good practice?’, Internationalising the University, Jones, E. and Brown, S. eds, Routledge

Davis, M. (2007), 'The Role of Turnitin within the Formative Process of Academic Writing', Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching, vol. 2, Issue 2. Retrieved from: http://bejlt.brookes.ac.uk/article/the_role_of_turnitin_within_the_formative_process_of_academic_writing/ [Accessed 010908]

Davis, M. (2007), 'The Role of Turnitin within the formative process of academic writing', presentation at Brookes Student Learning Experience Conference, available from http://www.brookes.ac.uk/services/ocsd/bsle/conf07/davis.ppt [Accessed 010908]

Emerson, L., Davis, M. & Carroll, J. (2007), ‘Improving learning or just teaching them to cheat?;  case studies in using Turnitin with students', EARLI Conference, Budapest, Hungary 28 August – 1 September, 2007-08-15

Greenwood, M., O’Donovan, B. & Rust, C. (2007), ''A small-scale experiment in the development of social-learning space', paper presented at the Second Annual Social-learning Space Symposium, Warwick University, UK

Handley, K., Clark, T., Fincham, R. & Sturdy, A. (2007), 'Researching situated learning: participation, identity and practices in client-consultant relationships', Management Learning, 38, 2, 173-191. ISSN 1350-5076

Handley, K. & Cox, B. (2007), 'Beyond model answers: learners' perceptions of self-assessment materials in e-learning applications', ALT-J Research in Learning Technology, 15, 1, 21-36. ISSN 0968-7769

Mitchell, T. & Carroll, J. (2007), ‘Academic and research misconduct in the PhD : issues for students and supervisors’, Nurse Education Today. 28:2 , 218–26.

Price, M. (2007), 'Should we be giving less written feedback?' Centre for Bioscience Bulletin, No 22

Price, M., O’Donovan, B & Rust, C. (2007), 'Putting a social-constructivist assessment process model into practice: building the feedback loop into the assessment process through peer-feedback', Innovations in Education and Teaching International, Vol. 44, No.2, 143-152

Rust, C. (2007), Book review of 'Innovative Assessment in Higher Education' by Cordelia Bryan and Karen Clegg (Eds.) in Psychology Teaching Review, Vol.13, No.1, 56-57

Rust, C. (2007), 'Towards a scholarship of assessment', Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol. 32, No. 2, 229-237

Schmitt, D. (2007), 'Sitting exams in a second language: minimising bias, maximising potential', Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development online paper. Retrieved from http://www.brookes.ac.uk/services/hr/eod/guides/exams/ [Accessed 020908]

Sehati, S. (2007), 'Health psychology, global warming and plagiarism: creating the missing link?', BrookesTeaching News, Semester 2, 2006-7. Retrieved from:
http://www.brookes.ac.uk/services/ocsd/teachingnews/archive/spring07/sehati.html [Accessed 020908]

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2006

Carroll, J. (2006), ‘Do national statistics and discussions have anything to offer social work and social policy lecturers?’, Social Policy and Social work Subject Centre News, 10: Spring, 1-15

Carroll, J. (2006), 'Plagiarism—a complex issue requiring a holistic institutional approach', Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol. 31, No. 2, 233-245

Carroll, J. & Boden, D.  (2006), ‘Combating plagiarism through information literacy’,  Library and Information Update, 5:1-2, 40-2

Dunbar-Goddet, H., Gibbs, G., Law, S. & Rust, C. (2006), 'A methodology for evaluating the effects of programme assessment environments on student learning', paper presented at the Third Biennial Joint Northumbria/EARLI SIG Assessment Conference, Northumbria University, UK

Handley, K., Sturdy, A., Fincham, R. & Clark, T. (2006), 'Within and beyond communities of practice: making sense of learning through participation, identity and practice', Journal of Management Studies, 43, 3, 641-653. ISSN 0022-2380

Huggins, R., Jenkins, A. Colley, H., Price, M. & Scurry, S.,  (2006), 'Realising teaching and research links in course redesign for delivery in semesters: mission statement rhetoric, mission impossible, or mission accomplished?', Brookes e-Journal of learning and Teaching, Vol.1(4) available at bejlt.brookes.ac.uk/vol1/volume1issue2/perspective/hugginsetal_05.htm

O'Donovan, B., Rust, C. & Carroll, J.(2006) 'Staying the Distance: The Unfolding Story of Discovery and Development Through Long-Term Collaborative Research into Assessment', Brookes e-Journal of learning and Teaching, Vol.1(4) available at
/publications/bejlt/volume1issue4/academic/odonovon_etal.html!

Price, M. & O’Donovan, B. (in press), 'Clarifying assessment criteria and standards', in Gibbs G., Bryan C. & Clegg S. (Eds), Innovating in Assessment, London

Price, M. & O’Donovan, B. (2006), 'Improving performance through enhancing student understanding of criteria and standards', in C. Bryan & K. Clegg  (Eds) Innovative Assessment in Higher Education, London: Routledge 

Rust, C. (Ed) (2006) Improving student learning – 13 Improving student learning through assessment, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development

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2005

Carroll, J. (2005), 'Dealing with student plagiarism: do national statistics and discussions have anything to offer the University of Oxford?', Oxford Magazine, October

Carroll, J. (2005), 'Towards consistent penalty decisions for breaches of academic regulations in one UK university', International Journal of Educational Integrity, Vol. 1, No.1,

Carroll, J. & Duggan, F. (2005), 'Institutional change as part of a holistic approach to deterring student plagiarism: a comparative survey', Conference proceedings, Australia Pacific Educational Integrity conference, University of Newcastle, Australia, December 2-3, 2005

Carroll, J.& Ryan, J. (2005), 'Teaching International Students: Improving Learning for All', Routledge Farmer

O’Donovan, B., Rust, C.,Price, M. & Carroll, J. (2005), 'Staying the distance; the unfolding story of discovery and development through long-term collaborative research into assessment', HERDSA News, April, 12-15

Price, M. (2005), 'Assessment standards: the role of communities of practice and the scholarship of assessment', Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol. 30, No. 3

Rust, C. (2005), 'Developing a variety of assessment methods', Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, Reflections on Assessmen,: Vol 1, Mansfield, Enhancement themes publications, 179-186

Rust, C., O’Donovan, B & Price, M. (2005), “A social constructivist assessment process model: how the research literature shows us this could be best practice', Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol.30, No. 3, 233-241

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2004

Carroll, J. (2004), 'Deterring, detecting and dealing with student plagiarism', senior briefing paper, JISC Joint Information Systems committee

Carroll, J. (2004), 'Fair assessment, fair policing and fair punishment: building on reliability and validity', Scottish Quality Enhancement Assessment series,
Online publication

Carroll, J. (2004), 'Handling student plagiarism: moving to mainstream', Brookes e-journal of Learning and Teaching
Online publication

O’Donovan, B., Price, M. & Rust, C. (2004), 'Know what I mean? Enhancing student understanding of assessment standards and criteria', Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 9, No. 3, July, 145-158

Price, M. & Feehily, J.(2004), 'A view from the bridge: tensions between practical and theoretical perspectives in vocational programme development', Brookes e-Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 1, No. 1
Online publication

Rust, C. (2004), 'Developing a variety of assessment methods' [Online September 2004] Avaliable: http://www.enhancementthemes.ac.uk/defaultpage121c0.aspx?pageID=14

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2003

Price, M. (2003) “Is an assessment strategy essential?” Exchange, Vol. 4, 14-15

Price, M. (2003) “Misunderstood? Try a more positive approach”, Times Higher Education Supplement, 19/26 Dec

Rust, C. (2003), 'Student assessment: lightening the load and increasing the learning. What are we waiting for?', IPN nyt, No.12, 6-7

Rust, C., Price, M & O’Donovan, B. (2003), 'Improving students learning by developing their understanding of assessment criteria and processes', Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, Vol. 28, No. 2, 147-164

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2002

Carroll, J. (2002), A Handbook for Deterring Plagiarism in Higher Education, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development

Grebenik, P. & Rust, C. (2002), 'IT to the rescue'. In Schwartz, P. & Webb, G. (Ed), Assessment: case studies, experience and practice from higher education, London: Kogan, 18-24

O’Donovan, B., Price, M. & Rust, C. (2002), 'Chasing Common Assessment Standards', Teaching Forum, 50, Autumn, (Online, November 2002)
Online publication

Price, M. (2002), 'Marking, marks and awards', LINK, Issue 5, Autumn, 3-5

Rust, C. (2002), 'The impact of assessment on student learning – how can the research literature practically help to inform the development of departmental assessment strategies and learner-centred assessment practices', Active Learning in higher education, Vol.3, No.2, 145-158
Online publication

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2001

Carroll, J. & Appleton, J. (2001), 'Dealing with Plagiarism: a good practice guide', Joint Information Systems Committee report.

O’Donovan, B., Price, M. & Rust, C. (2001), 'The student experience of criterion-referenced assessment (through the introduction of a common criteria assessment grid', Innovations in Education and Teaching International, Vol.38 No.1, 74-85

Price, M., O’Donovan, B. & Rust, C. (2001), 'Strategies to develop students’ understanding of assessment criteria and processes'. In Rust, C. (Ed) Improving student learning - 8 Improving student learning strategically, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, 206-219

Rust, C. (2001), 'A briefing on assessment of large groups', LTSN Generic Centre Assessment Series, No. 12, York, LTSN ( December 2001)

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2000

Price, M., O'Donovan, B. & Rust, C. (2000), 'Strategies to develop students’ understanding of assessment criteria and processes’, electronic poster,
Online publication

Rust, C. (2000), 'Basic assessment issues and terminology', ILT (On-line, January)

Rust, C. (2000), 'Opinion piece: A possible student-centred assessment solution to some of the current problems of modular degree programmes', Active Learning in higher education, Vol.1, No 2, December 126-131

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1999

Price, M. & Rust, C. (1999), 'The experience of introducing a common criteria assessment grid across an academic department', Quality in Higher Education, Vol. 5, No 2, 133-144

Rust, C. (1999), 'A guide to assessment: Assessment Strategies for Popular Music Performance CD-Rom', Department of Music at the University of Salford/HEFCE

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1997

Price, M. (1997), 'A study of students’ learning achieved through supporting the learning of others’, in Gibbs G. (ed) Improving Student Learning through Course Design, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development

Rust, C. (1997), 'Assessing what really matters in the major and the degree', Assessment Update, Vol. 9, No 6, Nov/Dec, 6-7

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1996

Morgan, M., Spouse, J. & Rust, C. (1996), 'Can marking ever be fair?', The New Academic, Vol.5, No.1 7-9

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1995

Brown, S., Race, P. & Rust, C (1995), 'Using and experiencing assessment'. In Knight, P. (Ed) Assessment for Learning in Higher Education, London: Kogan, 75-85

Price, M. & Rust, C. (1995), 'Improving students thinking and learning skills through supplemental instruction'. In Gibbs, G. (Ed) Improving Student Learning - Through Assessment and Evaluation, Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, 386-395

Price, M. & Rust, C. (1995), 'Laying firm foundations: the long-term benefits of Supplemental Instruction for students on large introductory courses', Innovations in Education and Training International, Vol 32 No 3 May, 123-130

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1994

Price, M. & Rust, C. (1994), 'Introducing SI in business courses in a modular programme', in Rust, C. and Wallace, J. (Ed) Helping students learn from each other: supplemental instruction 1994, SEDA Paper 86, SEDA

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