Information Technology Assessment

 

 

 

 

 

Type of Task: Business Website

Instructions:

Having created the necessary media assets for your website and followed along with the class lessons using Adobe Dreamweaver to become familiar with HTML tags and CSS rules, your task is to edit and format the given website template, in order to personalise the template to suit your fictitious business.

 

Project Guidelines:

To complete this task, go to Study Smart Topic 4: Resources for Business Website Project. According to your teacher’s instructions

  • Download the business website template
  • Follow the step-by-step instructions in the project guidelines

 

Project Submission:

  • Submit a compressed (zipped) folder of your web project, to Study Smart, before 11:55pm Friday 6th November
  • The submission link can be found on Study Smart under the Assessment & Revision section

 

Marking Criteria:

 

All images scaled and cropped to the given pixel sizes 6
Promotional video 2
Holistic website suitable for given business (colour scheme, etc) 4
Use HTML to edit text, add hyperlinks, images and embed code 22
Use CSS for formatting and presentation 19
All elements display correctly when previewed in a browser 2
Class Participation 5
TOTAL 60

 

= 20% of coursework

 

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Academic Integrity:

Plagiarism and cheating will result in a penalty

  • 1st offence = 0 for task
  • 2nd offence = 0 for coursework
  • 3rd offence = 0 for that subject

 

Penalties for Late Submission of an Assignment:

  • 20% deduction for 1 day
  • 40% deduction for 2 days
  • 60% deduction for 3 days
  • Zero from that point onwards

 

An extension may be granted due to illness if you submit a Medical Report. See further information below.

 

Medical Report for late Assignments:

If an Assignment is late due to illness a Medical Report form (found in Study Smart) needs to be completed by a Registered Medical Practitioner (doctor) in order to have the opportunity to reverse the rules above.

For more information see:

https://studysmart.taylorscollege.edu.au/mod/page/view.php?id=296986

 

                 

                 

                 

Outcomes Assessed:

CLO1 discipline specific knowledge and skills

CLO3 matching communication to audience

CLO4 problem solving and decision making

CLO6 cultural awareness

CLO7 collaborative learning

CLO8 technology literacy

CLO10 lifelong learning

K2 knowledge of the interactive nature of effective information-based systems

K3 knowledge of available and emerging information technologies

K4 knowledge of the related issues such as project management, documentation and user interfaces K5 knowledge of the social and ethical issues associated with the use of information technology and information systems, such as equity and access, privacy, freedom of information and copyright K6 knowledge of the communication, personal and team skills necessary to ensure that an information systems solution is appropriate for the needs of the users

S1 skills to select the most appropriate technology for a given situation

S2 skills to design and implement an information-based system using a creative and methodical approach

H1.1 applies and explains an understanding of the nature and function of information technologies to a specific practical situation

H1.2 explains and justifies the way in which information systems relate to information processes in a specific context

H2.1 analyses and describes a system in terms of the information processes involved

H3.1 evaluates and discusses the effect of information systems on the individual, society and the environment

H3.2 demonstrates and explains ethical practice in the use of information systems, technologies and processes

H5.2 assesses the ethical implications of selecting and using specific resources and tools, recommends and justifies the choices

H7.2 uses methods to thoroughly document the development of individual and team projects

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