You are required to prepare for this Assessment Item by:
READING the Subject outline,COMPLETING Topic 1 Finding a suitable Capstone research project andPLANNING for your Project and Assessment Tasks in ITC571 early and BEFORE the start of session.
CookMyProjectWhile this is unusual, it is necessary so that you will be prepared
and ready to start from Day 1 of session. You can’t afford to delay
topic selection and so you should complete Task 1 by the DUE DATE at the
end of Week 2 at the latest, as you will fall behind schedule and it
can be hard to keep up to date. Recommended Due Date for A1 Task 1 DUE
Project Title, Abstract, Blog setup (end of Week 2) 15 March 2020.
The Project Title and Abstract of headings below will guide your thinking on the project.
Task 1 is Submitted as an Interact2 Discussion Forum post or as otherwise informed by your lecturer.
WHAT TO DO:
Post a copy of Task 1 into the Discussion Forum in Interact2, before
the start of session with your Project Brief (Interim quick plan) AND
the address of the Blog site that you will use for project tracking,
weekly progress reports and documentation. Your blog can be an interface
holding copies of all your Assessment Tasks in ITC571.
The email message and Discussion Forum posting must be submitted BEFORE Day 1 of session for Approval.
Project Title and Abstract
The project title and abstract is your starting point. It is a
document upon which the full Project Proposal and Plan will be based in
the next assessment task.
Project Title: 12-15 words maximumAbstract: 150 words on the list a to e below (as best as you can by end of week 2)
Project Problem Domain: Why are you doing this? Is the Key Research Question ready?Background/Context/Description: Workplace or personal project?Project Aim/Objectives:Deliverables/Outcomes:Resources:
Project Blog Setup
Your Project Blog is required for Weekly Progress Reports and other
content such as project activities and copies of the Assessment Tasks.The blog will store entries made by you throughout the subject to
document the project stages and milestones, seminar notes and other
important notes.On campus Study students: Your local lecturer may advise on a
suitable alternative process if studying on-campus. You can use CSU’s
Thinkspace site at http://thinkspace.csu.edu.au/ (use your CSU Login ID)
or a blog site of your own choice. CSU Thinkspace is recommended or
else WordPress, Google’s Blogger (https://www.blogger.com/home), but you
may also have your own favourite site to use.Setup the site and and enter a suitable TITLE for your blog (e.g.
Joe’s Wireless Technology Project) – not your full name. For WEB ADDRESS
– use your student number as your account name (URL) or other unique
identifier.Make a first post – a short introduction about you and the project
(Who are you? What do you do? What is your Experience and Interest in
this Project?) – remember to save, then Publish the blog entry. Check
with a friend or family member to ensure that he/she can see your first
posting. This is also to check you have the right URL to include in this
proposal and plan for your project.Post a copy of the BLOG address to to the DISCUSSION FORUM in order
to share with others and to demonstrate that you are underway in the
subject.The blog will be used to assess Task 2 below in Week 12.
Task 2 is a continuing series of weekly reports in your project blog
ending in Week 12 OR for on-campus students as an individual discussion
with the lecturer in class every week
WHAT TO DO:
From Weeks 2 to 12 in the Schedule, your weekly reports are completed depending upon the mode of study:On-campus Study: Present a Weekly Progress Report to class lecturer.Online Study: Post a series of Weekly Progress Reports in your Blog, concluding on 24 May 2020The Weekly Reports will follow the plan your Assessment Item 2 Project Proposal and Plan.Prensentation will be described by the local lecturer as either in
weekly classes or as posted weekly in the Project Blog for Online Study
students.The template below can be modified for use of choose your own format:
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