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BASc dissertation handbook 2018-2019
Guidelines for BASc final year dissertation including issues such as ethics and data protection, and marking rubrics for first and second markers. Third-party content statement: Image on cover © UCL Special Collections

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Disciplinary Categories and Their Effect on Gender Perception
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Disciplinary_Categories_and_Their_Effect_On_Gender_Perception.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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Evidence in the Gender Pay Gap
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Evidence_in_the_Gender_Pay_Gap.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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Imperialism in the study of children’s toy preferences
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Truth_in_the_Diagnosis_of_Depressionhttps://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Imperialism_in_the_study_of_children%E2%80%99s_toy_preferences.

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Investigating Interdisciplinarity
A student-led exploration of interdisciplinarity. By UCL Arts and Sciences (BASc) students. Qualitative research interviews conducted by students with UCL staff to explore notions of interdisciplinarity.

Shared with the World by Sara Wingate-Gray

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Issues in Interdisciplinarity 2018-19
This is a collection of the four best Wikibooks chapters produced by students on the UCL BASc Issues in Interdisciplinarity 2018-19 module, and includes the instructions and assessment rubric for the course.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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Rubric for assessing internship vlogs
Rubric to assess internships/work-based learning through video-blog (vlog) submissions

Shared with the World by Prof Carl Gombrich

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Truth in the Diagnosis of Depression
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Truth_in_the_Diagnosis_of_Depression.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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