1.1 Assessment brief including criteria mapped to learning outcomes Assessment 1 Individual Presentation on an A1 Poster (LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5, LO6) Weighting: 40% Date/time/method of submission: Week 7/8 You are required to research a topic using an internet source such as the website of the Office for National Statistics. The list of topics will be published on BB and choices must be agreed with the module tutor and will be posted on the blackboard. Assessment Criteria: Subject Knowledge (15%) Discuss the rationale of choosing the topic Justify the sampling method(s) of the chosen topic Data Interpretation (25%) Obtain raw data from at least one of the following:Eurostats (2020). eurostat- Your key to European Statistics. [online] Available at [Accessed 12 August 2020]Office for National Statistics (2020). Home – Office for National Statistics. [online] Available at [Accessed 12 August 2020]UK Data Service (2020). UK Data Service. [online] Available at [Accessed 12 August 2020] Present evidence of using credible secondary sources (Harvard Referencing with citations) Interpret (rather than just explained) the obtained information (visual representations, such as chart(s), can be used) Information Analysis (40%) Analyse the findings using descriptive statistical measures (e.g. Measures of tendency and dispersion) Determine associations using statistical inference techniques (e.g. Correlation and Regressions) Apply the analysis on the chosen topic for a business audience whom is non-technical. Presentation (20%) Communicate findings effectively and succinctly that can be understood by a non-technical audience Display the presentation professionally Comment on the findings specifically Please also refer to “How to Make Poster In Power Point” (if you need it) https://business.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-make-a-poster-in-powerpoint–cms-33555 Additional Notes (these apply to all the above of Part 1 and Part 2 and will affect the marks if not adhered to): • Poster must be professionally designed • The focus must be placed on the data interpretation and information analysis, using descriptive statistical measures and statistical inference techniques • Table(s) if used must be professionally displayed • Chart(s) if used must be clearly labelled with correct headings and legend. • Labels of the columns and rows of Excel spreadsheet(s), if used, must be clearly shown on the screen capture(s) • Any commentary or analysis must be specific • Presentation can be understood by a non-technical audience Marking scheme: 100-80%79-70%69-60%59-50%49-40%39-30%29-0%The work produced is exceptional in most/all aspects, substantially exceeding expectations for this level.The work produced is of excellent quality, exceeding expectations for this level in many aspects.The work produced meets all of the intended learning outcomes and exceeds the threshold expectations for this level in several of themThe work produced meets all of the intended learning outcomes and exceeds the threshold expectations for this level in some of them.The work produced meets all of the intended learning outcomes at, but rarely exceeding the threshold expectations for this level.The work produced fails to meet all of the intended learning outcomes and is marginally inadequate for this levelThe work produced fails to meet all of the intended learning outcomes and is inadequate for this level.
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