CIS30111 Project Specification


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CIS30111 Project Specification

The project is about the non- profit organisation the organization is AKSHYA foundation this foundation accepts the donations from the sponsors and help the poor for the studies

Report Structure

Report contains all of the required parts listed below:

  • Letter of Transmittal
  • Report Title Page
    • Team Name
    • All students’ names and student numbers
  • Executive Summary
  • Table of Contents
  • List of References

Project Schedule

Project Schedule with project’s tasks, major milestones and timetable.  Tasks are broken down into relevant subtasks which are allocated to individual members.   Schedule also clearly identifies ALL student activities, personal or school/work related, which will impact on the project.

Project Background

Provide the context in which the project exists.  If the project is for a specific organisation, discuss the organisations background first and then discuss the project within the context of the organisation.  This section must provide a sufficient briefing on the project background and any technology it incorporates such that the reader will understand the context and importance of your project.  Remember, do not assume any prior technical knowledge.  All technical terms must be explained and all acronyms defined.

Purpose of App

Describe the purpose of your project.  Explain to your reader what problem(s) you are trying to solve and why it is important to do so.  Keep in mind that the purpose of the report you are writing is to persuade whoever you need to fund your project, that your project is worth funding from a ‘Why should I care?’ point of view and also for the anticipated intrinsic and intangible benefits gained by the organisation due to the deployment of  your application.

Problem Solution

Discuss how you plan to address the problem outlined above.  Make sure you clearly describe how your proposed solution will address the problems(s) you’ve discussed.

CIS30111 Project Specification Marking Criteria

 

Report Structure   / 10
Professional appearance   / 5
Written Presentation   / 15
Executive Summary   / 10
Project Background   / 10
Purpose of App   / 10
Problem Solution   / 10
Project Schedule   / 20
PENALTIES    
Original Project/

Non- profit Organisation

  -25

 

TOTAL    
Comments:

 

 

 

Report Structure 10  
  /5 HD [5] A [4] B [ 3]: C [2] F [0]
    Report contains all of the required parts listed below:

·         Letter of Transmittal

·         Report Title Page

o    Team Name

o   All students’ names and student numbers

·         Executive Summary

·         Table of Contents

·         List of References

·         Appropriate use of Appendices [optional]

Letter of Transmittal /5 HD [5] A [4] B [ 3]: C [2] F [0]
See guidelines and example in the Communications Skills Handbook   □       The letter meets all formatting requirements.

□       Body of letter meets all content requirements: positive opening, a further explanation, and a goodwill message.

□       The letter meets most formatting requirements.

□       Body of letter meets most content requirements: positive opening, a further explanation, and a goodwill message.

 

□       The letter meets some formatting requirements.

□       Body of letter meets some content requirements: positive opening, a further explanation, and a goodwill message.

 

□       The letter meets few of the formatting requirements.

□       Body of letter meets few of the content requirements: positive opening, a further explanation, and a goodwill message.

□       The letter was either missing or incomplete or unsuitable.

 

Professional appearance 5  
  / 5 HD [5] A [4] B [ 3] C [2] F [0]
See guidelines in the Communications Skills Handbook   □       Appropriate use of Headers and/or Footers.

□       Page numbers match the Table of Contents and are numbered appropriately (roman numerals for executive summary, etc)

□       Headings and Sub-headings should be numbered per Table of Contents example 2., 2.1, 2.1.1

Written Presentation 15  
  / 15 HD [15 – 12.75] A [12.5 – 11.25] B [ 11 – 9.75]: C [9.5 – 7.5] F [7 – 0]
Overall mark for this section    
Writing style is tailored for the intended audience.   HD A B C F
    □       Writing style is consistent throughout report.

□       Writing style is specifically tailored for the intended (non-technical) audience.

□       Writing style is mostly consistent throughout report.

□       Writing style is mostly tailored for the intended (non-technical) audience.

□       Writing style is sometimes consistent throughout report.

□       Writing style is sometimes tailored for the intended (non-technical) audience.

□       Writing style is rarely consistent throughout report.

□       Writing style is rarely tailored for the intended (non-technical) audience.

□       Writing style is inconsistent or non-existent throughout report.
Clear and appropriate paragraphing   HD A B C F
    □       All paragraphs are appropriately structured so each contains a single topic, and  evidence and argument within them are logically ordered. □       Paragraphs are mostly appropriately structured so that each contains one topic and evidence and arguments within them are logically ordered. □       Paragraphs generally contain a single topic with related evidence and argument.

□       Some are less well developed (fragments) or have more than one topic (overly long).

□       Paragraphs show some arrangement into related ideas but the topic is implicit or unclear.

□       Paragraphs tend to be fragmentary or overly long.

□       Paragraph topics are unclear and there is little structure for ideas.  

□       Paragraphs are generally fragmentary or overly long.

Grammar, punctuation, spelling   HD A B C F
    □       Your paper is free of grammatical and syntactic errors and demonstrates clarity, and sophistication, of expression. □       Only a few grammatical or syntactic errors with generally clear written expression. □       Some grammatical and syntactic errors but not so many so as to significantly affect the clarity of your written expression. □       Significant evidence of grammatical and syntactic errors, which has affected the clarity of your written expression. □       You have made many grammatical and syntactic errors, so your written expression is difficult to follow.
Appropriate in-text referencing   HD A B C F
    □       In-text references skilfully integrated into the essay in a way that increases its authority. □       All research appropriately referenced but some awkward instances. □       Most ideas/evidence is reference but there are gaps or too much reliance on direct quotes. □       Only some ideas are referenced;

□       Too much reliance on direct quotes for issues and concepts;

□       Only direct quotations referenced.

□       Few (if any) referenced ideas, facts or opinions.
Appropriate reference list   HD A B C F
    □       Fully compliant with current Harvard system. Few (if any) errors. □       Compliant with Harvard system, with some errors. □       Broadly compliant but inconsistent use of Harvard format.

□        Missing page numbers.

□       Non-Harvard system used and/or many errors are present.

□       No consistent referencing standard applied.
Project elements 70  
Project Schedule /20 HD [20 – 16.5] A [16 – 14.5] B [ 14 – 12.5]: C [12 – 5] F [10 – 0]
    □       Project Schedule with project’s tasks, major milestones and timetable.  Tasks are broken down into relevant subtasks which are allocated to individual members.   Schedule also clearly identifies ALL student activities, personal or school/work related, which will impact on the project.
Executive Summary /15 HD [15 – 12.75] A [12.5 – 11.25] B [ 11 – 9.75]: C [9.5 – 7.5] F [7 – 0]
See guidelines in the Communications Skills Handbook   □       The executive summary is an appropriate length (10% under or over inclusive).

□       The summary meets all formatting requirements.

□       The summary meets all content requirements: purpose, analysis, findings, and recommendations.

□       The executive summary is an appropriate length (10% under or over inclusive)..

□       The summary meets most formatting requirements.

□       The summary meets most content requirements: purpose, analysis, findings, and recom-mendations.

□       The executive summary is an appropriate length (10% under or over inclusive)..

□       The summary meets some formatting requirements.

□       The summary meets some content requirements: purpose, analysis, findings, and recom-mendations.

□       The executive summary is slightly over or under the required length (exceeding 10%).

□       The summary meets few of the formatting requirements.

□       The summary meets few of the content requirements: purpose, analysis, findings, and recom-mendations.

□       The executive summary was either missing or incomplete or unsuitable.

 

Project Background /15 HD [15 – 12.75] A [12.5 – 11.25] B [ 11 – 9.75]: C [9.5 – 7.5] F [7 – 0]
    Provide the context in which the project exists.  If the project is for a specific organisation, discuss the organisations background first and then discuss the project within the context of the organisation.  This section must provide a sufficient briefing on the project background and any technology it incorporates such that the reader will understand the context and importance of your project.  Remember, do not assume any prior technical knowledge.  All technical terms must be explained and all acronyms defined.
Purpose of App /10 HD [10 – 8.5] A [8 – 7.5] B [ 7 – 6.5]: C [6 – 5] F [4.5 – 0]
    Describe the purpose of your project.  Explain to your reader what problem(s) you are trying to solve and why it is important to do so.  Keep in mind that the purpose of the report you are writing is to persuade whoever you need to fund your project, that your project is worth funding from a ‘Why should I care?’ point of view and also for the anticipated intrinsic and intangible benefits gained by the organisation due to the deployment of  your application.
Problem Solution /10 HD [10 – 8.5] A [8 – 7.5] B [ 7 – 6.5]: C [6 – 5] F [4.5 – 0]
    Discuss how you plan to address the problem outlined above.  Make sure you clearly describe how your proposed solution will address the problems(s) you’ve discussed.
  /100 TOTAL MARKS

 

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