Supervision Tracking: Improving the student and staff experience for projects and dissertations

Ray Stoneham, Aliyah Essop

Abstract


An Supervision tracking system used for the management of projects is described and evaluated.  A proposed enhanced version with applicability accross a university, and for disserations as well as projects, is presented.  The benefits of the current and proposed systems are articulated.

Keywords


Management of Learning, Projects, Dissertations

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21100/compass.v5i9.109

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