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BLOG ENTRY AND EVALUATION OF THE VALUE OF THE PROJECT DOCUMENTATION

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BLOG ENTRY AND EVALUATION OF THE VALUE OF THE PROJECT DOCUMENTATION

Task

 

For the Group OPTION: The Capstone Seminar is submitted by the group as a group seminar.

 

WHAT TO DO:

 

  1. Project Closure: Final Blog Entry and Evaluation of the Value of the Project Documentation (10%)

 

  1. Close down the project and your project blog with a final entry on the lessons learnt and/or an evaluation of the project outcomes.
  2. Check that all your references are in APA style ( http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu)
  3. Ensure that the Project Blog by you is your own work and has not been submitted elsewhere and complies with the University`s requirements for academic integrity.

 

  1. Present a Capstone Project Seminar (20%).

 

  1. The time has been deliberately limited to 10 minutes to force you into selecting the most appropriate subset of information to present for this situation and you will be heavily penalized if you take more than 15 minutes.
  2. NOTE: If doing a video presentation (YouTube, Vimeo etc) then try to halve the time for the online audience. (Question time does not count as part of the presentation time.)
  3. This seminar can be to a live class of peers or online as a video presentation, outlining the results of your Capstone Project.
  4. The seminar should be accompanied by appropriate audio/visual tools such as a set of presentation slides or examples of hardware/software/systems that are necessary for the audience to understand and follow your presentation.
  5. You may be asked questions from the audience after your presentation.
  6. Please ask your local supervisor for the date, time or the URL of the Online Video you will be presenting. Presenting a seminar also demonstrates that you have understood tht project work that has been carried out.

 

Seminar Logistics Planning

 

The seminar format will vary within the context of each cohort, but these notes will act as a guide to the seminar format.

 

The recommended format is to follow the 6 plus 4 model: This means that for "live" seminars you will get 6 minutes to talk about the project plus 4 minutes of question time, with a further 5 minutes allocated for "overtime speakers" and change of presenters. In this format then the "live" classroom seminar can handle 4 seminars per hour.

 

For recorded or online video seminars, the "plus 4" for question time will be replaced by assessing the time, effort and quality of the recording.

 

The “live” classroom seminar for large classes will not be practical, so you may also be asked to do the seminar as a recorded 6-minute video (YouTube, Vimeo etc or on flash drive, CD or DVD – as long as the marker has access) to increase the throughput of presenters.

 

For individuals then the seminar is 6 minutes long however for a single group seminar report, each member speaks for 2 minutes of the total of 6 minutes and is assessed individually on their contribution to the team effort.

 

Rationale

 

After studying something quite intensely such as the Capstone Topic that you have chosen in this subject, you are expected to become relatively expert in that area. As such, you need to be able to present that knowledge as a Capstone Project Video Seminar to a variety of groups, including a group of peers, management or at other times, inexperienced users. This is an extremely important part of the ICT industry.

 

The time has been deliberately limited to 10 minutes to force you into selecting the most appropriate subset of information to present for this situation and you will be heavily penalised if you take more than 15 minutes. (Question time does not count as part of the presentation time.). Presenting a seminar also allows for the opportunity to check how well you have understood the investigation that has been carried out.

 

The Learning Outcomes being assessed in this final two tasks include your ability to apply project management and ICT tools to plan, execute, record and present their research and project work as a capstone experience, both in written and oral communications to others.

 

Marking Criteria

 

A6 Project Closure: Project Blog and Seminar (30%)

 

The marking criteria for this assessment depend on how correctly you have addressed the requirements of the assessment item tasks.

 

Criteria

HD => 85%

DI 75-84%

CR 65-74%

PS 50-64%

Project Blog entries apply the skills and tools needed in project management and use academic writing skills and in-text citation of all the references listed using APA referencing style.

5.00%

Blog entries demonstrate high-level skills in project management, communication, use of APA referencing style where applicable and project closure with final Blog entry.

4.25 to 5.00%

Blog entries demonstrate competency with the skills to do project management and to include use of APA referencing style where applicable and project closure with final Blog entry.

3.75 to 4.24%

Blog entries demonstrate the basic skills to do project management and to include use of APA referencing style where applicable and project closure with final Blog entry.

3.25 to 3.74%

Blog entries show that project management skills need refinement and a need to include improved use of APA referencing style where applicable and project closure with final Blog entry.

2.50 to 3.24%

Project Blog as a whole demonstrates ability to apply and integrate different areas of study to the workplace through critical thinking, opinions and reflection.
5.00%

Project Blog integrates and applies key concepts from the area(s) of study in meaningful and purposeful application to the workplace, critical thinking and reflection.

4.25 to 5.00%

Project Blog integrates and applies key concepts from the area(s) of study in meaningful and purposeful application to the workplace, critical thinking and reflection.

3.75 to 4.24%

The Project Blog includes other experiences in information technology, with many instances of critical thinking and reflection.

3.25 to 3.74%

The Project Blog incudes some other experiences in information technology, but has very few or no instances of critical thinking and reflection.

2.50 to 3.24%

Subject selection from the report for audience interest, use of available time and overall organisation of the seminar.

5.00%

Presents information in
logical, interesting sequence that the audience can follow and delivered on time. Goal or objective of the seminar presented at the beginning.

4.25 to 5.00%

Presents information in
logical sequence that the audience can follow and delivered close to time given. The goal or objective of the report, may not be apparent in the beginning segments.

3.75 to 4.24%

Audience has difficulty following presentation because student jumps around but is close to being on time. The goal or objective of the report was not clearly stated but inferred.

3.25 to 3.74%

Audience cannot understand
some of the presentation
because there is no sequence of information and either falls short or goes over the time limit. The goal or objective of the report and seemed to lack a specific focus.

2.50 to 3.24%

Expertise shown with the capstone project and audience engagement.
 5.00%

Demonstrates full knowledge (more than required) with
explanations and elaboration of the project.
Maintains eye contact with
audience or the camera, seldom returning to notes.
Student uses a clear voice and correct, precise
pronunciation of terms so that all audience members or viewers can hear the presentation.
4.25 to 5.00%

Demonstrates ease with explanations and willing to elaborate at times.

Student maintains eye contact most of the time but frequently returns to notes.

Student`s voice is clear. Student pronounces most
words correctly. Most audience members or viewers can hear the presentation.

3.75 to 4.24%

Demonstrates comfort with explanations, but fails
to elaborate at times.

Student occasionally uses
eye contact, but still reads most of report from notes or the screen.

Student`s voice is low. Student
incorrectly pronounces terms.
Audience members or viewers have difficulty hearing all the presentation.

3.25 to 3.74%

Demonstrates just a basic  does grasp of
information about the project;

Student reads all of report with no eye contact or the video sounds like a prepared speech.

Student mumbles or incorrectly pronounces terms,
and speaks too quietly audience members or viewers
to hear.

2.50 to 3.24%

How well the points were made using facts and personal opinions expressed

5.00%

All facts and information presented was accurate & opinions informative.

4.25 to 5.00%

Most facts and information presented was accurate & opinions informative.

3.75 to 4.24%

Some facts and information presented was accurate & some opinions were useful to consider.

3.25 to 3.74%

Few facts and information presented was accurate & very little or no opinions were expressed.

2.50 to 3.24%

How well the questions were handled in the `live` seminar.

OR

How well the technology was used for impact in the online video seminar: e.g. slides, content, audio, video, focus quality.
5.00%

 

Answers all questions with detailed explanations and
elaboration.

OR

The video demonstrated high technical skill or digital literacy with special effects, editing and visual design of content.

The audio and focus were loud and clear at all times.

4.25 to 5.00%

Answers to all questions, but fails to elaborate at times.

OR

The video demonstrated competent technical skill with special effects, editing and visual design of content.
The audio and focus were loud and clear at all times.

3.75 to 4.24%

Able to answer only rudimentary questions from the audience.

OR

The video demonstrated some technical skill with special effects, editing and visual design of content.
The audio and focus were mostly loud and clear.

3.25 to 3.74%

Cannot answer all questions
about subject.

OR

The video demonstrated basic technical skill with camera, slides and screen recording.
The audio and focus were sufficiently lacking quality at times.

2.50 to 3.24%

 

The Seminar Presentation will be marked using the following criteria which are all weighted equally, using a scale of 0 to 5 where the values indicate that the particular criterion was assessed as:

 

0 = totally unsatisfactory

1 = not met very well

2 = could be improved

3 = satisfactorily addressed

4 = met quite well

5 = excellent

 

It is expected that in most cases a satisfactory mark will be awarded. Higher marks will need to be earned by producing genuinely better than satisfactory performance in that criterion. The expected satisfactory standard is described below.

 

Presentation

 

The Capstone Project Seminar will achieve a satisfactory rating if using this as another checklist:

 

How well the key points were made:

highlight the most important aspects of your presentation or leave the audience with a clear impression of any message that you are trying to convey

 

Ability to communicate:

talk in a clear and easily understood manner, use language that is appropriate for the audience and vary the intonation and pace to emphasise particular aspects

 

Selection of appropriate aspects from the Capstone Report for the audience:

choose the aspects of your investigations that are most relevant for this audience - choose a depth oftreatment that is appropriate for this audience

 

Keeping to the point of the presentation:

stick to the point of the presentation and not introduce digressions that you may think of during the presentation

 

Use of the available time:

conclude your presentation close to the allocated 10 minutes and try not cram too much into the presentation so that it is too rushed or runs too far over time also alter the pace or planned depth of treatment of some parts to remain on schedule

 

How well resources were used to support the presentation:

use resources such as PowerPoint slides, handouts etc. to effectively support your presentation and manage the resources so that the audience is not distracted by them from the points you are trying to make

 

Organization of the presentation:

arrange the components of your presentation in a logical sequence present information in an appropriate way

 

Degree to which the speaker appeared to be expert in that topic:

demonstrate a degree of confidence in the subject matter to convince the audience that you know whatyou are talking about.

 

Audience engagement:

look at the whole audience not just a small section, make eye contact with different parts of the audience and recognize when your audience is not understanding what you are trying to say and do something about it.

 

How well the the video was made or the questions were handled in the live seminar:

understand the question and if necessary engage in a dialogue to clarify the question - provide an answer that satisfies the questioner.


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