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Assessment-1: E-Portfolio (Total 30 marks, 6 portfolios, 5 marks each)
Due Date Friday, 10th May 2019, 11:45PM AEST
Weighting: 30%
Length: Each e-portfolio should be around 300 words.
Assessment Objectives:
This assessment relates to the following unit learning outcomes:
Articulate the recent developments in e-business industry and its likely future directions.
Compare and explain various types of e-business infrastructure technologies, business models, and payment and security systems in a corporate setting.
Assessment Task:
This is an individual assessment. In other words, the e-portfolio is to be maintained by every student individually. The e-portfolio assessment aims to enhance your weekly learning and teaching as per the weekly topic and maximise your engagement with the unit resources (please see weekly topics under Schedule in this unit profile). As a learning tool, e-portfolio will enable you to accumulate evidence of your learning during the term. For this assessment, you will produce 6 e-portfolio documents, one for each week from teaching Week 3-8.
For each weekly e-portfolio, you are required to research at least three references (two academic and one general; and published within the last 5 years) that are relevant to the topics covered in that week. You will briefly describe and relate the references to the topics covered in that week. You will enrich your weekly e-portfolio with relevant illustrations, images, video clips, and other multimedia applications. The length of each weekly e-portfolio should be approximately 300 words.
In this assessment, you will use Mahara as a tool for creating and maintaining your eportfolios. Please refer to the Moodle unit website for detailed instructions on how to use Mahara for creating e-portfolios.
Assessment Submission:
You need to generate a secret URL for your collection of e-portfolios and copy/paste that URL into the Assessment-1 submission file.
Marking Criteria for E-Portfolio:
• Knowledge and understanding of the topics
• Quality and relevance of the references
• Referencing using Harvard style
• References cited in the text
• Use of visual aids (illustrations, images, video clips)
• Presentation and organisation