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Journal Issue
Volume 8 Issue 1 / Jan 2005  pp1‑80

Editor: Dan Remenyi

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Modelling Risks in ISIT Projects through Causal and Cognitive Mapping  pp1‑10

Abdullah J. Al-Shehab, Robert T. Hughes, Graham Winstanley

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Empirical Study on Knowledge Based Systems  pp11‑20

Gabriela Avram

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When Paradigms Shift: IT Evaluation in a Brave New World  pp21‑30

Frank Bannister

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Seven Ways to get Your Favoured IT Project Accepted — Politics in IT Evaluation  pp31‑40

Egon Berghout, Menno Nijland, Kevin Grant

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Internet Banking in Brazil: Evaluation of Functionality, Reliability and Usability  pp41‑50

Eduardo Diniz, Roseli Morena Porto, Tomi Adachi

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Exception‑Based Approach for Information Systems Evaluation: The Method and its Benefits to Information Systems Management  pp51‑60

Heikki Saastamoinen

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Peer Assessment: A Complementary Instrument to Recognise Individual Contributions in IS Student Group Projects  pp61‑70

Elsje Scott, Nata van der Merwe, Derek Smith

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Abstract

This paper discusses peer assessment as a component of the assessment strategy used for Information Systems student group projects at a South African university. The value of peer assessment and the contribution to the real‑life experience offered by group projects, will be discussed. It will also illustrate how this process adds value by enhancing deep learning. Its value as a complementary assessment instrument in a multiple assessment strategy and how the results of peer assessment are used to recognise individual contributions to group performance will be illustrated. The use of peer assessment as an instrument for both informal formative assessment and formal summative assessment will be described. To perform the peer assessment specific instruments were designed and used throughout the lifecycle of the course. 

 

Keywords: Peer assessment, group work, assessment, self-assessment, IS Project

 

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Performance Evaluation of e‑Business in Australia  pp71‑80

Mohini Singh, John Byrne

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