Chapter 1: The rationale that supports multimodal assessment
Chapter 2: The conditions that influence whether a student takes a multimodal approach within assessment
Chapter 3: How tutors approach the marking of multimodal artefacts
Chapter 4: Observation of multimodal assessment within Architecture
References and acknowledgements
My dissertation is intended to be experienced in linear sequence by using the navigation at the bottom of each page. It is possible however to return to this Contents page at any time by using the link in the navigation box.
In the sections of this dissertation that discuss the multimodal representation of ideas I have communicated my ideas through an orchestration of image, word and sound. The volume of the sound clips can be altered (or muted entirely) at the bottom of the corresponding pages.
In presenting data within Chapters 1 to 3, names of the interviewed tutors from the MSc in Digital Education have been changed. To avoid repetition, after the first instance I cease using the title 'Course tutor' to denote the status of an interview participant.