COMP1635 Professionalism in the IT

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Z Course: COMP1635Professionalism in the IT IndustryContribution: 40% of course67: Professionalism in the IT Industry - CW2 - Portfolio - Term 1- MACPDF file requiredGreenwich Course Leader: DrGeorgiosSamakovitisDue date: 14thNovember 2016This coursework will be marked anonymouslyYOU MUST NOT PUT ANY INDICATION OF YOUR IDENTITY IN YOUR SUBMISSIONThis coursework should take an average student who is up-to-date with tutorial work approximately 20hoursLearning Outcomes:A. Apply employability skills to vocational situations;B. Demonstrate appropriate business communication skills;C. Apply critical thinking skills to a workplace situation;D. Demonstrate an understanding of the role of the IT professionalPlagiarismis presenting somebody else’s work as your own. It includes:copying information directly from the Web or books without referencingthe material; submitting joint coursework as an individual effort; copyinganother student’s coursework; stealing or buying coursework fromsomeone else and submitting it as your own work.Suspected plagiarismwill be investigated and if found to have occurred will be dealt withaccording to the procedures set down by the University.All material copied or amended from any source (e.g. internet,books) must be referenced correctly according to the referencestyle you are using.Your work will be submitted for electronic plagiarism checking.Any attempt to bypass our plagiarism detection systems will betreated as a severe Assessment Offence.Coursework Submission RequirementsAn electronic copy of your work for this coursework should be fully uploaded bymidnight (local time) on the Deadline Date.The last version you upload will be the one that is marked.For this coursework you must submit a single Acrobat PDF document. In general,any text in the document must not be an image (ie must not be scanned) and wouldnormally be generated from other documents (eg MS Office using "Save As .. PDF").There are limits on the file size. The current limits are displayed on the courseworksubmission page on the IntranetMake sure that any files you upload are virus-free and not protected by a passwordor corrupted otherwise they will be treated as null submissions.Comments on your work will be available from the Coursework page on the Intranet.The grade will be made available in the portal.1
You must NOT submit a paper copy of this coursework.All coursework must be submitted as aboveThe University website has details of the current Coursework Regulations, including detailsof penalties for late submission, procedures for Extenuating Circumstances, and penaltiesfor Assessment Offences.See details.Detailed SpecificationLogbook (Personal Development Portfolio)You are required to maintain alogbook (portfolio) of specific exercises given to you duringterm one.You need to submit individual Logbook Exercises asWeekly Submissionseach weekindicated. Your tutor will provide feedback on how your work can improve(but will not givemarks); you can then apply these improvements on your Logbook, which will be assessedand marked in the end when the whole Logbook will be uploaded.This Logbook must be uploaded as a single pdf document to the coursework uploadsystem, by the deadline date, given at the top of this coursework specification.Any additional documents that you have been told to include with your logbook exercises(eg. an annotated CV review form, if applicable) must be scanned and included in your pdfdocument.You will find each exercise (and accompanying information if relevant) provided by yourTutor in the teaching schedule for this course.If there is a week with no exercise, then this will be made clear to you on the teachingschedule for that week.DeliverablesA single compiled document containingallLogbook exercises and any additional evidence(scanned or otherwise appended).2
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