Co-ordinating examination papers
Examination papers should be completed by the Module Leader and reviewed by another member of staff before being sent to the examination office in the Registry. This activity is co-ordinated by the Programme Director (or where appropriate the SGL/HSG) either directly with the Module Leaders or via the year tutors (depending on which type management structure is in place, see Staff Liaison). You may decide to use a ‘partner reviewing’ system whereby Academic A reviews the examination questions of Academic B and vice versa, organise and/or conduct the peer review process in a Programme Committee meeting or convene a separate meeting where all Module Leaders meet and share their papers. Following the reviewing process, the Programme Director must review all examination papers. You may wish to ask programme staff to use track changes when modifying their templates to enable you to trace where amendments, comments and/or suggestions have been made.
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