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Assessment 4 Assessment type: Group project – Presentation and Report (2,000 words) Purpose: The purpose of this assessment is that students will learn different Analytics techniques by searching for data sets and then analyzing these data sets using different tools and also by listening to presentations made by their peers. This assessment contributes to learning outcomes a, b, d. Value: Total 25% (Presentation 10%, Report 15%)          Due Date: Weeks 10-11 Assessment topic: Students to select a data source and suggest a topic of analysis for that data source. Tutors to approve the topic before students proceed further. Submission requirements details: The presentation to be conducted by group and also uploaded on Moodle in week 10. Report will have to be uploaded via Turnitin on Moodle in Week 11. Task details: Students will work in groups (minimum 3 and maximum 4 students in each group) on data set identified by them and approved by their tutor. They will apply analytical methods to select a data set and summarize some of target models in Descriptive and Predictive Analytic layers to get it approved for their project. They will then use any analytical tools (e.g. Excel, Tableau, Rapid Miner) to extract their findings and draw insights from this data set. The outcomes need to presented using Visualization models and also explained in a detailed report as explained below. Students will present their findings as a group during tutorial sessions in week 10 for a duration of 10-15 mins per group. Tutors will provide feedback on their findings and students will then need to update their findings to reflect this feedback in their group report. Submission of group report will be due in Week 11. This will be 2,000 words report excluding references and executive summary. It should consist of the following structure: Title Page (Student’s name and ID, Tutor’s name)Executive SummaryTable of contentsIntroduction (usually includes below section to explain the Data Set and its background):Brief background informationPurposeScopeDefinition of terms Data Analysis Findings (could consist of):Review of literature related to similar data setsSummary of Groups FindingsDiscussion about findings including any models and Visualizations to support the findings Conclusion/recommendations (Response to Feedback and also any other suggestions to provide improvements in data set or findings) Marking Rubrics Assessment 4: Presentation (10%)   CriteriaFail (0 – 49%)Pass (50 – 64%)Credit (65 – 74%)Distinction (75 – 84%)High Distinction (85 – 100%)Visual appeal (group) 2 markThere are many errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation, the slides are difficult to read and contain too much text, poor choice of fonts and colors, no or little visual appealThere are errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation, too much text on many slides, minimal effort made to make slides appealingThere may be some errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation, too much text on two or more slides, significant visual appealThere are no errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation, information is clear and concise on each slide, visually appealing and engagingNo errors, engaging and professional looking presentationContent (group) 3 markThe presentation provides a brief look at the topic but many questions are left unanswered, majority of information is irrelevant and significant points left outThe presentation Is informative but several elements are unanswered, much of the information irrelevant, coverage of some of major pointsThe presentation is a good summary of the topic, most important information covered, little irrelevant informationThe presentation is a concise summary of the topic with all questions answered, comprehensive and complete coverage of informationExceptionally good summary of the topic and provides extensive supportive elements to aid the ease of understanding of the audiencePreparedness/ participation/ group dynamics (group)   2 markUnbalanced presentation or tension resulting from over- helping. multiple group members not participating, evident lack of preparation/rehearsal, dependence on slidesSignificant controlling by some members with one minimally contributing, primarily prepared but with some dependence on just reading off slidesSlight predominance of One presenter, Members help each other, very well preparedAll presenters know the information, participated equally and help each other as needed, extremely well prepared and rehearsedExceptionally good group dynamics, presentation would be considered professionalPresentation skills (individual)   3 marksMinimal eye contact focusing on small part of audience, the audience is not engaged, spoke too quickly or quietly making it difficult to understand, poor body languageFocuses on only part of the audience, sporadic eye contact and the audience is distracted, speaker could be heard by only half of the audience, body language is distractingSpeaks to majority of the audience, steady eye contact, the audience is engaged by the presentation, speaks at a suitable volume, minor problems with body language eg. fidgetingRegular/constant eye contact, the audience is engaged, and presenter held the audience’s attention, appropriate speaking volume and good body languageProfessional presentation skills, excellent audience engagement Marking Rubrics Assessment 4: Report (15%)   Report  Fail (0 – 49%)  Pass (50 – 64%)  Credit (65 – 74%)  Distinction (75 – 84%)  High Distinction (85 – 100%)Structure and layout   2 marksVery difficult to read, structure not clear.Some difficulty in reading, structure lacking in some partsWell written, structure not totally clearWell written and structured.Very clearly written and structuredIntroduction 2 marksIntroduces the data set and organisation of the report, but omits a general background of the topic and/or the overall “plan” of the reportSatisfactorily introduces the data set and organisation of the report, gives a general background. Indicates the overall “plan” of the reportIntroduces the data set and organisation of the report in an engaging manner to some extent which arouses the reader’s interestIntroduces the data set and organisation of the report in an engaging manner which arouses the reader’s interest, gives some general background and indicates the overall “plan” of the reportIntroduces the data set and organisation in an extremely engaging manner which arouses the reader’s interest, gives a detailed general background and indicates the overall “plan” of the reportData Analysis 7 marksInadequate discussion, little/no demonstrated understanding or analysis of most issues and/or some irrelevant informationMost parts are adequately discussed, displays some understanding and analysis of issues, some justification for choices provideConsistently reasonable discussion of data analysis techniques and findings, displays a good understanding of relevant issues and justification for choices providedConsistently detailed discussion of the data analysis techniques and findings, displays sound understanding with of relevant issues and justification for choices providedData analysis techniques and findings are discussed in depth, displays a deep analysis of relevant issues and justification for choices provideResponse to feedback 2 marksFeedback is not considered at alSome of the feedback responded to, requires more details and justificationMost of the feedback responded to, requires more details and justificationAll of the feedback responded, could include more details and justificationAll of the feedback responded to with comprehensive details and justificationConclusion 2 marksPoor/no summary of the main points and irrelevant or no recommendationsSatisfactory summary of the main points, a final comment on the subject but introduced new material, some recommendations provided but incompleteA summary of the main points, a reasonable final comment on the subject, based on the information provided, good recommendations providedA good summary of the main points, a good final comment on the subject, based on the information provided, recommendations cover most issuesAn interesting, well written summary of the main points, an excellent final comment on the subject, based on the information provided, recommendations cover all issues

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