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K1a Understand the underlying principles and concepts of data management systems.

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 

The assignment will be evaluated against the module learning objectives:

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • K2a Develop information literacy and planning knowledge by comparing and contrasting various options for IT project and portfolio management and how each aligns with different approaches of digital governance.
  • K3a Understand the role of emerging information technologies in producing both strategic opportunities and strategic threats to organizations.
  • S1a Classify various types of business information systems and how they meet organisational needs by addressing information problems across the value chain.
  • S2a Apply analytic frameworks to assess the strategic value of information systems.
  • S3a Apply descriptive frameworks to specify and mitigate the risks of ethical and legal issues involved with information assurance (information quality and cybersecurity).
  • T1ai Research a topic independently to extract and synthesise information from a range of academic and online source.
  • T1aii Display a developing technical proficiency of written English skills that demonstrates an ability to communicate clearly and accurately when producing structured and coherent pieces of text.
  • T2a Relate knowledge of theory to practice.
  • T3a Engage in critical thinking.

SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS

TRANSFERABLE AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

The common assessment framework will be used to grade your assignment:

LEARNING OUTCOMES

This assessment will enable students to demonstrate in full or in part the learning outcomes identified in the Course Descriptor.

On successful completion of this assessment, students should be able to:

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • K1a Understand the underlying principles and concepts of data management systems.

  • K2a Develop information literacy and planning knowledge by comparing and contrasting various options for IT project and portfolio management and how each aligns with different approaches of digital governance.
  • K3a Understand the role of emerging information technologies in producing both strategic opportunities and strategic threats to organizations.
  • S1a Classify various types of business information systems and how they meet organisational needs by addressing information problems across the value chain.
  • S2a Apply analytic frameworks to assess the strategic value of information systems.
  • S3a Apply descriptive frameworks to specify and mitigate the risks of ethical and legal issues involved with information assurance (information quality and cybersecurity).
  • T1a Research a topic independently to extract and synthesise information from a range of academic and online sources.
  • T2a Relate knowledge of theory to practice.
  • T3a Engage in critical thinking.

SUBJECT SPECIFIC SKILLS

TRANSFERABLE AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

ACCESSING FEEDBACK

Feedback on summative assessments is available 20 working days after the submission deadline. Feedback can be accessed through the Turnitin assessment link on the course page. Further instructions on submitting an assessment and accessing feedback can be found on the College`s VLE.


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