Phil Davies known as Phil Davies
BSc (Hons) Computer Science
PGCED University Of Glamorgan (SEDA Accredited)
PhD University of Glamorgan
Module Leader – Degree Scheme Level III, Distributed Computer Systems
Final Year Degree Project Organiser
Level III Degree Tutor
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Systems Analyst, AB Electronics Ltd
Software Development Manager, Summit Technology (UK) Ltd
Senior Lecturer, University of Glamorgan
Main Teaching subjects and course leadership:
Degree Scheme in Computing Level 6 – Project Organiser
Degree Scheme in Computing Level 6 – Advanced Internet Development
Degree Scheme in Computing Level 6 – E-Learning & Assessment
Degree Scheme in Computing Level 6 – Distributed Computer Systems
Award Leader in Computer Science
Departmental Representative on Faculty Teaching and Learning Committee
Member of Faculty Quality Assurance Committee
Member of University On-Line Assessment Group
A paper describing the use of the CAP system, ‘Computerized Peer-Assessment’, can been found in Innovations in Education and Training International Journal (IETI), 37,4, pp 346-355, Nov 2000
A paper published in the IETI journal, entitled ‘Using Student Reflective Self-Assessment for Awarding Degree Classifications’, 39,4, pp 307-319, Nov 2002.
A paper published in ALT-J journal entitled ‘Closing the Communications Loop on the Computerized Peer Assessment of Essays’, 11, 1, pp 41-54, 2003.
ALT-C 2003 Research stream paper, Peer-Assessment: No marks required, just feedback, Sheffield University, Sept 2003
ALT-J journal entitled ‘Don’t Write, Just Mark; The Validity of Assessing Student Ability via their Computerized Peer-Marking of an Essay rather than their Creation of an Essay’ ALT-J (CALT) Vol. 12 No. 3, pp 263-279.
IETI Feb 2006, Peer-Assessment: Judging the quality of student work by the comments not the marks? Innovations in Education and Teaching International (IETI), 43,1, pp 69-82, 2006.
Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education (2008) in print : Review and Reward in Computerized Peer-Assessment
Invited speaker at University of Glamorgan in the area of Computerized Detection of Plagiarism (April 2005)
Invited speaker at University of Glamorgan E-Learning Seminars, Importance of E-Assessment (April 2005)
Two Papers at the International CAA Conference 2005: Weighting for computerized peer-assessment to be accepted?
The continual assessment of confidence or knowledge with hidden mcq?
Invited speaker at University of Bristol on Peer-Assessment 5th April, 2006
Invited Speaker at University of Glamorgan: Higher Education Academy – BMAF Seminar on Plagiarism & Academic Integrity November 2006
University of Glamorgan CELT seminar on blended assessment April 2007
Heriot Watt Keynote Speaker at Flexible Learning Conference 2007 Peer-Assessment and MCQ with Confidence
International CAA Conference 2007 – Paper Review in Computerized Peer-Assessment
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