Posted: September 17th, 2017
How well does the student set the context for the research (why did you choose this topic, how did you come about this research), how clear are the objectives related to the context set, how well does the student set out the scope of the research?
2) Literature review
How extensive and exhaustive is the literature review? Does it have both breadth and depth? Has the referencing been properly done? How well does the student demonstrate learning from reading others’ work? Does the student’s work stand on the shoulders of giants whose work he/she has familiarised himself/herself with?
Has the student been able to critically evaluate the literature rather than simply summarising it? Has the student been able to show how the literature reads and fits with his/her proposed question and show how his/her work will progress knowledge further?
How were the data collected? (present a timeline of collection, issues/challenges : how were challenges dealt with, outline development of data collection tools)
How rigorous was the methodology in collecting the data (sampling, rationale for methods used; academic underpinning of methods used – why and similarly why were other methods not considered suitable)? How well did the student adapt to changes and new factors that arise during research?
How are ethical considerations pertaining to the research addressed? How does the student understand the limitations of his/her research?
4) Findings & Analysis
Does the student explain the findings in an understandable manner? Does the student make intelligent sense of the data gathered in relation to the research questions set? Does the student critically evaluate the findings (quality of findings and analysis – not simply summarising the text)
5) Conclusion, recommendation and discussion
How well is the student able to connect draw conclusions from the findings and relate them to the research objectives? How does the student link the findings & analysis and conclusion to the recommendation for future research?
How well does the student interpret the findings in the light of the literature that s/he has read?
6) Flow of the dissertation, referencing
How does the student structure and present his/her report (ease of reading for the examiner, formatting, fonts used, spaces provided, tables, graphs, figures, etc., properly labelled, presented and placed)? Has the referencing been properly done?
How easy is it to read and understand the dissertation?
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