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coursework

written or oral work completed by a student within a given period, which is assessed as an integral part of an educational course
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Detective Constable Tracy Awbery, of St Helens CID, said: "We are obviously keen to trace the car that was stolen but the most important thing for the victim is the safe return of the coursework.
Currently NetCom Learning offers the following EC-Council coursework in the growing field of information technology security:
The authenticity of students' signatures, elements of pupils' work and lack of evidence of remainders of coursework submitted by Mr Hughes were shortcomings by him, as well as the shortcomings in marking and annotation (on the submitted work).
9679; analyze how they complete their continuing education coursework,
He also admitted that he failed to submit marks and coursework in accordance with the AQA exam board deadline ten days later, and was dismissed by the school for gross misconduct in November 2008.
Software which scans work for plagiarism are effective, and one way we hope to reduce plagiarism further is by reducing the coursework element and going back to old fashioned exams.
The boys' coursework for A-levels in French, German and Spanish were marked as missing after a mix-up at Magdalen College School, Oxford.
There will be two rather than four pieces of coursework in English.
This is ironic since the QCA is changing the coursework elements of qualifications because of plagiarism - but strangely no-one advises students how to avoid it.
Now coursework is to be stopped altogether in some subjects and that can only be a good thing for everyone.
Teenagers are set to complete more coursework for English and history A-levels in future, despite fears of a rise in plagiarism from the internet.
Under the terms of the agreement, LTU and DAU will form an alliance whereby LTU will offer both certificate and graduate-level coursework to qualified applicants at the U.