Authenticity

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Authenticity

The programme documentation was thought to be somewhat inauthentic by most interviewees. They felt that much of the essence of the design choices the team had made and ‘what it is the students would be doing’ on a daily basis was lost within the formal documentation they prepared for the approval panel (their perceived primary audience). However, two interviewees of the seventeen interviewed felt that efforts to try to ‘capture’ the programme in formal documentation allowed for further clarification of thought and ideas.

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One respondent pointed out that formal documentation for approval is normally collated or written by a single individual and as such the document becomes framed by their agency.

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