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Assessment Details and Submission GuidelinesTrimesterT1 2021Unit CodeBN301Unit TitleIndustry Based Project 1Assessment TypeIndividual and GroupAssessment TitleAll assessment marking guides are attached herewithPurpose of the assessment (with ULO Mapping)At the completion of these assessments, students will be able to: a. Develop and apply research methods and analytical, technical, managerial and time-management skills to the analysis and design of a capstone project. b. Identify and evaluate project management concepts and apply them to a realistic business problem c. Research, adapt and apply the knowledge and skills acquired over the core units to plan a substantial capstone project d. Demonstrate effective communication skills in relation to client, ethical and professional behaviour e. Work effectively and efficiently in a team, and exercise coordination within a teamWeight100%Total Marks100Word limitN/ADue DateAs per assessmentsSubmission GuidelinesAll work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date along with a completed Assignment Cover Page. The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 11-pt Calibri (Body) font and 2 cm margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate section headings. Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference list using IEEE referencing style.ExtensionIf an extension of time to submit work is required, a Special Consideration Application must be submitted directly in AMS. You must submit this application three working days prior to the due date of the assignment. Further information is available at: http://www.mit.edu.au/about-mit/institute-publications/policies-procedures-and-guidelines/special-considerationdefermentAcademic MisconductAcademic Misconduct is a serious offence. Depending on the seriousness of the case, penalties can vary from a written warning or zero marks to exclusion from the course or rescinding the degree. Students should make themselves familiar with the full policy and procedure available at:http://www.mit.edu.au/about-mit/institute-publications/policies-procedures-and-guidelines/Plagiarism-Academic-Misconduct-Policy-Procedure. For further information, please refer to the Academic Integrity Section in your Unit Description. Assignment Description BN301 Industry Based Project 1 Marking guideline Individual Report: Assignment 1, 2 and 3 has individual marks component for each student. This will be based on individual contributions and submission of the report as follows: Week 5 (Week 1- 4)Attendance and Participation/ 8 MarksSelf and peer-evaluation Report/ 4 MarksWeek 9 (Week 5- 8)Attendance and Participation/ 8 MarksSelf and peer-evaluation Report/ 4 MarksWeek 11 (Week 9-11)Attendance and Participation/ 6 MarksSelf and peer-evaluation Report/ 3 Marks All Assessments will be marked by both project supervisors and unit lecturer. AssessmentTaskDueDate% WeightageClient details with project proposalWeek 20%Assignment 1 Group report: Project plan and design* and Individual ReportWeek 520%Assignment 2 Group report: Report and demonstration of design prototype* and Individual ReportWeek 930%Assignment 3 Group report: Final Report* and Individual ReportWeek 1140%Assignment 4 Group presentationsWeek 8 & 1210%TOTALS100% *Within agroup task,anumber of subtaskswillbe assignedtoindividualsbytheprojectsupervisor. This,along witha peer–evaluationofindividualcontributionstotheproject,willbeusedtoassess individual outcomes. Individual marks will be calculated for each assignment as follows: For example: Group x receives marks for assignment 1 report = 16/20 Individual Marks based on attendance (Supervision and Common Class) & participation, and individual report (Self and peer-evaluation) Member 1 = 10/12 Member 2 = 12/12 Member 3 = 7/12 Member 4 = 0/12 Total marks for each member is calculated as follows for assignment 1 Member 1 = 10/12 X 16 = 13.3 / 20 Member 2 = 12/12 X 16 = 16 / 20 Member 3 = 7/12 X 16 = 9.3 / 20 Member 4 = 0/12 X 16 = 0/20 Due date to submit client details with project proposal is Week 2 Sunday. Assignment 1 Projectplan and design – Due in week 5 SectionsDescriptionMax MarksIntroductionIs the topic introduced appropriately, and is there an overview of the report given in this Section?1Problem domain and research questionsIs there a specific research problem identified? Are the research questions relevant?2Background and Project ObjectiveHas literature review been conducted well on the chosen topic (such as quality of the papers, variety of publications, including journals and conferences)? Is the summary of the literature review clear, specific and does it capture the essence of the literature review conducted? Is the summary of all papers reviewed included in Appendix II: Literature Review Summary? [each student should refer minimum of 2 (one journal, one conference) peer-reviewed papers] Does this section specifies objectives of the project in a clear and concise manner?171Project plan and designDoes this section include details requirements specifications?Does it include a list of project requirements: Are there clear project requirements such as hardware, software, etc?12ReferencesAre citations and references given correctly in IEEE style?4Appendix IIs Client Details with contact name’s signature and project proposal included?1Total Marks20 Individual MarksAttendance (Common class and supervisor meeting) and Participation (week 1-4) AND Individual (Self and peer-evaluation) Report (week 1-4)8412 Assignment 1 total marks for each member is calculated based on individual marks for weeks 1 – 4. Assignment 2 Report and demonstration of design prototype Marking guide – Due week 9 SectionsDescriptionMax MarksComments updatesDoes this section give details of the following? Summary of the updates according to the assignment 1 feedback/comments that are provided by supervisors/unit lecturer in Appendix III.4Report and demonstration of design prototypeDoes the document address the following? Table of weekly activities Roles & responsibilities of each team member (in detail) Gantt chart appropriate to the projectHigh level Project Design with diagram Project design prototype: Project with block diagrams step by step (you can use UML/Use cases/flow charts) Budget with references (detailed budget with specifications) – include hardware, software, human resources, etc.2 2 34123Total Marks30 Individual MarksAttendance (Common class and supervisor meeting) and Participation (week 5-8) AND Individual (Self and peer-evaluation) Report (week 5-8)8412 Assignment 2 total marks for each member is calculated based on individual marks for week 5 – 8. Assignment 3: Final report marking guide – Due week 11 (The final report includes Assignments 1 and 2 reports plus marks for additional sections as given below) SectionsDescriptionMax MarksComments updatesDoes this section give details of the following? Summary of the updates according to the assignment 2 feedback/comments that are provided by supervisors/unit lecturer in Appendix IV.8Methods to be used for the next stage of the projectDoes this section give details of the following? Roles & responsibilities of each team member to be used in next part of the capstone projectStep by step methods to be used for BN304 (include detailed plan for implementation with specific technique/technology/software/applications/hardware etc. )410Conclusion Limitations and Future workDoes this section give details of the following? Conclusion Clear and concise limitations to implementation plan for BN304 Future work24 2Report formatIs the final report formatted correctly?6Appendix VAre ACS CBOK elements mapped appropriately to the project description and justified?4Total Marks40 Individual MarksAttendance (Common class and supervisor meeting) and Participation (week 9-11) AND Individual (Self and peer-evaluation) Report (week 9-11)639 Assignment 4 total marks for each member is calculated based on individual marks for weeks 9 – 11. Assignment 4: Group presentation – Due in weeks 8 and 12 DescriptionMax MarksGroup Presentation Due week 8Oral presentation5Group Presentation Due week 12Final Presentation and submission of video file on Moodle5Total Marks10 Individual Report Self (Reflective journal) and Peer-evaluation report Due week 5, 9 and 11 Common Class and supervisor meeting attendance and participation = 2 Marks for each week. Write summary of weekly activities in 2-3 paragraphs in each section (D, E, E, P) in one reflective journal table. (2 Marks for assignment 1 and 2, 1.5 Marks for assignment 4) DescriptionDescribe How effectively did you work and contribute to your group?Explore: List at-least 2 of your contributions to the project. Were your behaviors valuable or detrimental to the team? Explain.Evaluate: How do you justify your at-least 2 valuables/contributions to the team and atleast one detrimental to the team?Plan: What did you learn about working in a group from this project that you will carry into your next group experience? Peer evaluation: Write peer evaluation report. (2 Marks for assignment 1 and 2, 1.5 Marks for assignment 4) Write the name of each of your group members in a separate column. For each person, indicate the extent to which you agree with the statement on the left, using a scale of 1-4 (1=strongly disagree; 2=disagree; 3=agree; 4=strongly agree). Total the numbers in each column. Evaluation CriteriaGroup member 1Group member 2Group member 3Group member 4JustifyAttends group meetings regularly and arrives on time.Contributes meaningfully to group discussions.Completes group assignments on time.Prepares work in a quality manner.Demonstrates a cooperative and supportive attitude.Contributes significantly to the success of the project.TOTALS Individual Report 2 for assignment 2 should include reflective journal on industry professional workshops. Students who could not attend week 6 and 7 industry professional workshops, should include report on 4 hours equivalent of the professional exposure. Examples of professional exposure Practical exposure in an environment outside the teaching establishmentGuest lecturesUse of industry visits and inspectionInterviewing IT professionalsBeing mentored by a professionalDirect industry input of data and advice to problem solving, projects and evaluation tasks ExamplesEvidence of activityPractical exposure in an environment outside the teaching establishment such as Industry placements (paid or unpaid)Work exposure letter from employer, students’ reflective journalGuest lecturersRecord of guest lecturer, seminar leader presentation, students’ reflective journal and e-portfolioUse of industry visits and inspectionLetter from employer, students’ reflective journalIndustry contacts/visit for feasibility studies Examples: contact supplier, industry professional to gather data or requirement.Letter from employer, students’ reflective journalSeminars presented by industry professionalsEvidence: flyers distributed to students advertising seminars; letters to quest speakers; reflective journal and e-portfolioBeing mentored by a professionalStudent records of mentor meetings in e-logDirect industry input of data and advice to problem solving, projects and evaluation tasksIndustry-based projects. Where possible industry mentors will have some time available to advise students and/or to have input into student assessment. This may mean e.g. An expert present for student presentations. Evidence: letter from expert agreeing to mentor project Record of contact in student diary/e-logAttend professional association seminar / eventRecord each contact in a student diary or e-log, certificate of attendance, email confirmation etc Project presentation marking– week 8 Presentation should be for 12 minutes and 3 minutes for Questions and Answers. DescriptionMax MarksProject description1Industry client project requirements (include client details and requirements)1Research questions (max of 3 questions)1Project Design1Design approaches from each member5Conclusion and references1Total Marks10 Project presentation marking– week 12 Presentation should be recorded and uploaded in week 11 on Moodle link. Presentation should be for 12 minutes and 3 minutes for Questions and Answers. DescriptionMax MarksVideo file (5-10 minutes) submission3Template0.5Project description – include client details0.5Research questions (max of 3 questions)0.5Project Design0.5Design approach to be used for the next project unit4Conclusion, limitations and future work0.5References0.5Total Marks10

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