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Introduction to Information Technology Individual Reflective Report

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Assessment 3

Individual Reflective Report

Semester 1, 2022

Unit code/name

ICT101 Introduction to Information Technology

Due date and Time

Report: Week 12, Friday Time: 5 pm

Total marks 40 marks

General Instruction for students

Submit your reflective report based on the scenario and information below.

Your task is to choose a business and discuss the future applications of information technology for this business. You can find similar scenarios in the course contents. You will apply knowledge accumulated in the unit, labour market data, and research into available education and training options; and will integrate this information with a discussion of current challenges for the business and the contribution that IT can reasonably be expected to make in meeting those challenges.

Deliverables

Word length: 2,000

Report Due: Week 12, Friday

Time: 5pm

Report Structure

  • Cover Page – your name, ID, subject, date, report title and WORD COUNT
  • Executive Summary
  • Table of Contents – listed sections (and sub-sections if required) • Introduction – Brief and clear introduction
  • Body
  • References-listing of all cited literature. A small number of high-quality references

strategically used is the main aim here.

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Formatting Guide

Font: Times New Roman 12pt for paragraph text, 14pt bold for headings, with single

paragraph breaks between paragraphs.

Line Spacing: 1.5, Margins: 2cm all around

Alignment: left-aligned.

Page numbering: Insert page number

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Marking Rubric Reflective Report

Table 1 – Reflective Report Rubric

Item Good (5) Satisfactory (3-4) Unsatisfactory (2) Poor (0-1)

Introduction (5%)

Clear problem statements, project objects, and project scope.

Reasonable problem statements, project objects, project scope.

Problem statements, project objects, and project scope are not clearly stated.

Problem statements, project objects, project scope not given or unacceptable.

Assumptions (5%)

Project assumptions are clearly stated.

Project assumptions are adequately stated.

Project assumptions are not clearly stated.

Project assumptions not made or unacceptable.

Technical Specifications/ Scenario developed (5%)

Technical specifications scenario adequately identified and stated.

Technical specifications scenario identified and stated, but not complete or inadequate.

Technical specifications scenario not clearly identified and stated.

Technical specifications scenario not stated or unacceptable.

Research (5%)

Research is complete and contemporary.

Research is mostly complete.

The research is out of date.

Research is mostly/wholly incomplete.

Discussion of the difficult Challenges (5%)

Discussion adequately addresses all business needs.

Discussion adequately addresses most business needs.

Discussion adequately addresses some business needs.

The discussion addresses very few businesses’ needs or addresses none.

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The very significant contribution that IT can reasonably be expected to make in

The useful contribution that IT can reasonably be expected to make in meeting those

The not very significant contribution that IT can reasonably be expected to make in

No significant contribution that IT can reasonably be expected to make in meeting those challenges.

No contribution that IT can reasonably be expected to make in meeting those

meeting those challenges (5%)

challenges. meeting those challenges.

challenges.

Report Structure (5%)

Well presented report for a business audience with appropriate formatting, language, spelling etc.

Reasonably presented report for a business audience with appropriate formatting, language, spelling etc.

Poorly presented report for a business audience with appropriate formatting, language, spelling etc.

Report not presented or unacceptable.

Language (5%) Uses a wide range of vocabulary and grammatical structures with full flexibility and accuracy Rare minor errors occur only as ‘slips’

Uses a wide range of vocabulary and grammatical structures to convey precise meanings The majority of sentences are error-free

Uses an adequate range of vocabulary and a mix of simple and complex sentence forms for the task Makes some errors in spelling, word formation, grammar and punctuation but they do not impede communication

Uses a limited range of vocabulary and grammatical structures which are minimally adequate for the task May make noticeable errors in spelling, word formation, grammar and punctuation that may cause some difficulty for the reader

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