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London School of Commerce In association with the University of Suffolk   Assignment Brief Course/Programme:BABS Foundation Level:3 Module Title:CFPBUS006 – Integrated Professional Skills in the Digital Age Module Leader:Chandranna Rayadurg Assignment title:Individual Report Weighting:100% Date given out:April 2021 Submission date:21st June 2021 Eligible for late submission (3 working days, with penalty)?Yes Method of submission:    ÖOnline only Online and paper copySpecial instructions for submission (if any):  Date for results and feedback:  Employability skills assessed:  Learning outcomes assessed:Included in the assignment tasks  Referencing:In the main body of your submission you must give credit to authors on whose research your work is based. Append to your submission a reference list that indicates the books, articles, etc. that you have read or quoted in order to complete this assignment (e.g. for books: surname of author and initials, year of publication, title of book, edition, publisher: place of publication).Disclosure:  Please include the following statement on the title page of the submitted assignment, followed by your name:     I declare that this assignment is all my own work and that I have acknowledged all materials used from the published or unpublished works of other people. All references have been duly cited. Instructions: Assessment: Individual Report (2000 – 3000 words) Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become important for modern times and has become even more significant during the current pandemic. This is evident through the widespread use of cell phones, smart phones, emails, web conferencing, Internet and Cloud etc. However, it is not all the good news. There are challenges as well. You are required to write a report on the following topic: Identify and discuss different Communication and Collaboration Tools and how they have helped many businesses to survive the current pandemic.For more than a decade, the Cloud storage and computing have become significantly important in replacing the need for businesses to acquire and maintain their own infrastructure in providing online services. Assuming you are a business manager discuss advantages, disadvantages, suitability and applications of cloud storage and computing.Compare and contrast the positive and negative aspects of services and products being sold online and offline. This assessment addresses LO1, LO2, LO3 and LO4: LO1: Understand the key terms and considerations associated with using the internet LO2: Take responsibility for personal security and privacy when using the internet LO3: Develop online research skills LO4: Develop digital communication skills Further points: It is expected that you use current peer-reviewed journals and articles to ensure that you have an in-depth understanding of your topic particularly for the Literature Review.There must be sufficient linkage between theory and practice.Harvard style of references should be used.  Formatting and Layout Please note the following when completing your written project: Writing: Written in English in an appropriate business/academic styleFocus: Focus only on the tasks set in the assignment.Length: 2000 to 3000 words [with +/- of 10%]Document format: ReportEnsure a clear title, course, and ID number is on a cover/title slide Research: Research should use reliable and relevant sources of information on the Internet ONLY. At least EIGHT references must be provided. This is only a guideline. You can make your own decision as well to deviate from this structure. However, please liaise with teaching assistant or lecturer Report – 2000 to 3000 words Title Page Abstract (Write this after main body of the report is completed. Not to exceeed a page – One small paragraph for each topic. Not included in the word count) Table of contents (write this after the report is completed) 1. Introduction (10%) 2. Different Communication and Collaboration Tools. (Appropriate title for the given task. Do not copy and paste the topic question) – 25% approximately     Identify different tools and discuss advantages, disadvantages and examples – academic sources like books, journals preferably     At least one example for each – non academic source, such as a website can be used. 3. Could Computing and Storage (Appropriate title for the given task. Do not copy and paste the topic question) – 30% approximately     Advantages, disadvantages, suitability and applications of cloud storage and computing – academic sources like books, journals preferably     At least one example – non academic source, such as a website 4. Online and offline products and services. (Appropriate title for the given task. Do not copy and paste the topic question) – 25% approximately     Discuss the differences and similarities of services and products being sold online and offline – Academic and non-academic sources     At least one example – non academic source, such as a website 5. Conclusion (10%)     The report reviewed the topics of.. whereby it was found that (summarise very briefly key points from each of the three topics) 6. References – At least EIGHT references in Harvard Style INDICATIVE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (for reference) An outstanding Distinction90 – 100Work which fulfils all the criteria of the grade below, but at an exceptional standard.A very strong distinction80 – 89Work of distinguished quality which is based on a rigorous and broad knowledge base, and demonstrating sustained ability to analyse, synthesise, evaluate and interpret concepts, principles and data within field of study, using defined principles, techniques and/or standard formats and applications.  This will form the basis for the development of sound arguments and judgements appropriate to the field of study/ assessment task.  There will be strong evidence of competence across a range of specialised skills, using them to plan, develop and evaluate problem solving strategies, and of the capability to operate autonomously and self-evaluate with guidance in varied structured contexts. Outputs will be communicated effectively, accurately and reliably.A clear Distinction71 – 79Work of very good quality which displays most but not all of the criteria for the grade above.A Distinction70Work of highly commendable quality which clearly fulfils the criteria for the grade below, but shows a greater degree of capability in relevant intellectual/subject/key skills.A very strong Merit67 – 69Work of commendable quality based on a strong factual/conceptual knowledge base for the field of study, including an assured grasp of concepts and principles, together with effective deployment of skills relevant to the discipline and assessment task.  There will be clear evidence of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and application, and the ability to work effectively within defined guidelines to meet defined objectives.  There will be consistent evidence of capability in all relevant subject based and key skills, including the ability to self-evaluate and work autonomously under guidance and to use effectively specified standard techniques in appropriate contexts.A strong merit64 – 66Work of good quality which contains most, but not all of the characteristics of the grade above.A clear Merit61 – 63Work which clearly fulfils all the criteria of the grade below, but shows a greater degree of capability in relevant intellectual/subject/key skills.Merit60Work of sound quality based on a firm factual/ conceptual knowledge base for the field of study, demonstrating a good grasp of relevant principles/concepts, together with the ability to organise and communicate effectively.  The work may be rather standard, but will be mostly accurate and provide some evidence of the ability to analyse, synthesise, evaluate and apply standard methods/techniques, under guidance. There will be no serious omissions or inaccuracies.  There will be good evidence of ability to take responsibility for own learning, to operate with limited autonomy in predictable defined contexts, selecting and using relevant techniques, and to demonstrate competence in relevant key skills.A very strong Pass55 – 59Work of capable quality which contains some of the characteristics of grade above.A strong Pass50 – 54Work of satisfactory quality demonstrating a reliable knowledge base and evidence of developed key skills and/or subject based skills, but containing limited evidence of analysis, synthesis, evaluation or application.A Pass41 – 49Work of broadly satisfactory quality covering adequately the factual and/or conceptual knowledge base of the field of study and appropriately presented and organised, but is primarily descriptive or derivative, with only occasional evidence of analysis, synthesis, evaluation or application.  There may be some misunderstanding of key concepts/principles and limitations in the ability to select relevant material or techniques and/or in communication or other relevant skills, so that the work may include some errors, omissions or irrelevancies.  There will be evidence of ability to operate with limited autonomy in predictable defined contexts, using standard techniques, and to meet threshold standards in relevant key skills.A bare Pass40Work of bare pass standard demonstrating some familiarity with and grasp of a factual/conceptual knowledge base for the field of study, together with evidence of some ability to employ specialist skills to solve problems within area of study, but only just meeting threshold standards in e.g. evaluation and interpretation of data and information, reasoning and soundness of judgment, communication, application, or quality of outputs. Work may be characterised by some significant errors, omissions or problems, but there will be sufficient evidence of development and competence to operate in specified contexts taking responsibility for the nature and quality of outputs.A marginal Fail30 – 39Work which indicates some evidence of engagement with area of study in relation to acquisition of knowledge and understanding of concepts and principles, and of specialist skills, but which is essentially misinterpreted, and misapplied and/or contains some significant omission or misunderstanding, or otherwise just fails to meet threshold standards in e.g. communication, application or quality of outputs.A Fail20 – 29Work that falls well short of the threshold standards in relation to one or more area of knowledge, intellectual, subject based or key skills. It may address the assessment task to some extent, or include evidence of successful engagement with some of the subject matter, but such satisfactory characteristics will be clearly outweighed by major deficiencies across remaining areas.A comprehensive Fail0 – 19Work of poor quality which is based on only minimal understanding, application or effort. It will offer only very limited evidence of familiarity with knowledge or skills appropriate to the field of study or task and/or demonstrate inadequate capability in key skills essential to the task concerned.Non-submission/Nil attempt0Nothing, or nothing of merit, presented.   Marking CriteriaMarks1. Research-informed Literature Extent of research and/or own reading, selection of credible sources, application of appropriate referencing conventions.202. Knowledge and Understanding of Subject Extent of knowledge and understanding of concepts and underlying principles associated with the Internet303. Discussion Interpretation of the findings from secondary literature search, with examples, where appropriate.304. Skills for Professional Practice- Communication, ICT and Numeracy Attributes in professional practice: deployment of appropriate media; presentation and organisation.20TOTAL100

QUALITY: 100% ORIGINAL PAPER – NO PLAGIARISM – CUSTOM PAPER

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