Examine the logic 2

August 9, 2002

External examiners enable a department to see how its courses and teaching relate to those of other institutions with which the examiner is familiar. Department members rarely consider their teaching provision as a whole, let alone compare it with that of other institutions. External examiners function best as advocates, not judges, of departments.

Steve Fuller
Department of sociology
University of Warwick

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