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COIT20250 Assessment 3: Individual Case Study

COIT20250
Assessment 3: Individual Case Study
Due Date: Week 12 Thursday 11:45 PM AEST
Weighting: 40%
Assessment Task:
This is an individual assessment.
Each of you will analyse a given case study and identify the issues arising from the case study. Based on the issues found in the case study, you will identify three e-business use cases (for example, Predictive Maintenance). You will then choose as many emerging technologies as appropriate to address those use cases. You can choose any emerging technologies that fit the use cases, even the ones not covered in the lectures.
You will write a report illustrating how the chosen emerging technologies would fit into and address the requirements of the identified e-business use cases.
In the main body of the report, you will include the following topics.
1. A background study of the chosen emerging technologies
o You need to describe how the chosen emerging technologies evolved, their underlying designs, working principles, functions, and capabilities.
2. A brief description of the future potentials of the chosen emerging technologies
o You need to discuss the future applications of the chosen emerging technologies in e-business in general.
3. An illustration of how the chosen emerging technologies would fit into the identified e-business use cases
o You need to illustrate what issues of the identified use cases would be resolved by the chosen emerging technologies.
4. Details of how the chosen emerging technologies would address the requirements of the identified use cases
o You need to elaborate how the chosen emerging technologies would interoperate to fulfill the requirements of the identified use cases.
Please note: Discussions for topics 1-2 should be generic, while discussions for topics 3-4 must be in the context of the Assessment 3 Case Study. The Introduction section of the report should clearly state the identified e-business use cases and the emerging technologies chosen to address those use cases.
The length of the report should be 3000 words. Your report must have a Cover Page (Unit Id, Assessment number/name, Student names, Student Ids, Campus, and Tutor name) and a Table of Contents (this should be MS word generated). A standard report structure, including an executive summary, must be adhered to. You are required to review more than 10 articles (including at least 4 academic references) relevant to the chosen use cases and emerging technologies.
Caution: ALL assessment submissions will be checked for similarity by Turnitin. If are found to be involved in plagiarism, contract cheating or any other kind of academic misconduct, you may face penalties from zero marks for the assignment to fail grade in the unit, or even exclusion from the university. Please make yourself familiar with the University’s Student Academic Integrity Policy and Procedure which is available in the policy portal https://www.cqu.edu.au/policy.
Assessment Submission:
Each of you must upload the written report to Moodle as a Microsoft Word file by the above due date. It is the responsibility of the students to submit the correct final versions of their assessment items.
Assessment Criteria:
You will be assessed based on your ability to demonstrate understanding of the emerging digital technologies, critically evaluate their future impacts, and use those technologies to solve current and forthcoming e-business problems.
The marking criteria for this assessment are as follows.
Executive summary – 3 marks
Table of contents – 2 marks
Introduction – 3 marks
Background information about the chosen emerging technologies – 6 marks
Future potentials and applications of the chosen emerging technologies – 6 marks
How the chosen emerging technologies would fit into the identified use cases – 4 marks
How the chosen emerging technologies would address the requirements of the identified use cases – 10 marks
Conclusion – 3 marks
References – 3 marks
The marking rubric for this assessment is given in the following page.
Criteria Quality
High Distinction (85-100%) Distinction
(75-84%) Credit
(65 -74%) Pass
(50-64%) Fail
( 50%)
Executive summary 2.55–3 2.25–2.52 1.95–2.22 1.5–1.92 1.5
Covered background information and all findings clearly. Covered background information and most findings clearly. Covered background information most findings without clarity. Covered background information and some findings clearly. Missed most findings and not clear.
Table of contents 1.7–2 1.5–1.68 1.3–1.48 1–1.28 1
Used decimal notation. Included all headings and page numbers. Used ToC auto-generation. One feature missing. Two features missing. Three or more features missing. ToC is missing.
Introduction 2.55–3 2.25–2.52 1.95–2.22 1.5–1.92 1.5
Set the scene for the report and described the purpose very clearly. Set the scene for the report and described the purpose clearly. Covered most parts with clarity. Covered some parts with clarity. Most parts are missing and not clear.
Background information about the chosen emerging technologies 5.1–6 4.5–5.04 3.9–4.44 3–3.84 3
Covered all parts with detailed explanations. Covered all parts with detailed explanations. But there is some room for improvement. Covered most parts with detailed explanations. Covered some parts with detailed explanations. Failed to cover most parts and not clear.
Future potentials of the chosen emerging technologies 5.1–6 4.5–5.04 3.9-4.44 3-3.84 3
Covered all major applications with very clear explanations. Covered all major applications with clear explanations. But there is some room for improvement. Covered most of the major applications with clear explanations. Covered some major applications with clear explanations. Failed to cover most of the major applications and not clear.
How the chosen emerging technologies would fit into the identified use cases 3.4–4 3–3.36 2.6 – 2.96 2–2.56 2
Provided very good justifications for all chosen technologies with clarity. Provided good justifications for most of the chosen technologies with clarity. Provided justifications for most of the chosen technologies with clarity. Provided justifications for some of the chosen technologies with clarity. Failed to provide justifications for most of the chosen technologies and no clarity.
How the chosen emerging technologies would address the requirements of the identified use cases 8.5–10 7.5–8.4 6.5–7.4 5–6.4 5
Provided convincing explanations for all chosen technologies. Provided convincing explanations for most of the chosen technologies. Provided explanations for most of the chosen technologies but some of them are not convincing. Provided convincing explanations for some of the chosen technologies. Failed to provide explanations for most of the chosen technologies and not convincing.
Conclusion 2.55–3 2.25–2.52 1.95–2.22 1.5–1.92 1.5
Stated the summary of the report and concluding remarks with clarity Stated the summary of the report and concluding remarks, but there is some room for improvement. Stated the summary of the report and concluding remarks but did not include enough details. Stated the summary of the report without clarity and concluding remarks are missing. Both summary of the report and concluding remarks are missing.
References 2.55–3 2.25–2.52 1.95–2.22 1.5–1.92 1.5
All references are listed and cited according to Harvard referencing style. More than 10 very good references were used with at least four very good quality academic resources. All references are listed and cited according to Harvard referencing style. More than 10 references were used with at least four good quality academic resources. More than 10 references were used with at least four academic resources. There are minor referencing errors. Not all references are listed or cited but there are no referencing errors. No reference list or citation or too many referencing errors. Less than four academic resources are used.

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