During 2021-22 a review of UCSD assessment process was undertaken to ensure that our assessment processes were informed by student feedback and followed the best practice within our sector.
The new assessment policy is principles-based and can be viewed on the Academic Regulations, Procedures and Policies page.
To help you understand what the assessment policy and guidelines mean to you we have populated an assessment brief with information and guidance.
Staff guidance can be viewed here
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Assessment Brief 1
|Programme||FdA Modern Entertainment Studies|
|Module titles and code||History of Digital Entertainment |
|Assessed learning outcomes||LO1|
|Word count||2000 words plus 10%|
|Draft date and process||Draft submission Wednesday 12th October 2022 (Booking slots available on Moodle) Feedback returned during draft 1:1|
|Summative submission date||Wednesday 2nd October 2022 at 12 Noon|
|Submission process||Submit via Turnitin|
|Brief||Your Assessment Brief should: Be written in a language that is understandable before module teaching Use the correct command or action verbs for your level of study Explicitly state the expectations of the structure, scope, and content|
Your work will be marked against a specific marking criteria for that assessment which is developed in conjunction with the UCSD’s generic marking criteria for your level of study.
Marking Criteria (Alongside the UCSD generic marking criteria)