MN692 | INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP | CAPSTONE
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Assignment 1 – Project Detailed Design Marking guide – Due week 3
|Detailed Design – include block diagram of the implementation, role of each||8|
|member, weekly plan, installation of software/hardware specifications, and|
|other design details|
Assignment 1 total marks for each member is calculated based on the supervisor’s report mark for weeks 1 – 2.
Assignment 2 – Project Implementation and evaluation report Marking guide – Due week 11
|Demonstration of the implementation to the supervisor – Weeks 1 to 11||10|
|Final report – Step by step implementation process with appropriate references||20|
|Testing and troubleshooting||5|
|Comparison or analysis||5|
Assignment 2 total marks for each member is calculated based on the supervisor’s report marks for weeks 3 – 10.
Assignment 3 – Group presentation Marking guide – Due Week 12
|Presentation and demonstration in week 12||4|
|Demonstration of project progress to the lecturer in common class||6|
Assignment 4 – Reflective journal on professional exposure – Individual report – Due week 12
|1||Cover page and format||2|
|x||Summary of overall professional exposure|
|x||Mapping of units onto professional exposure||6|
|x||New technical skills or knowledge||2|
|x||Exposure in future|
|x||Graduate Outcomes Table||3|
|x||Your approach to change||1|
|x||Recommendation to become a successful network|
|Future plans as a network professional|
|5||Professional||Exposure Certificate /||evidence of||5|
|attendance / participation|
Assignment 4 – Peer evaluation and reflective journal on capstone project experience and professional exposure – Individual report – Due week 12 Due: Week 12 Friday 5pm
Report should include the following components:
- A minimum of 1000 words report outlining your professional development during the professional exposure.
Report should include the following six parts.
- The first part is a Title page, your name, school and student number.
- The Second part is technical skills developed during Professional Exposure.
- The third part is a summary of professional skills developed during Professional Exposure.
- The fourth part is references in IEEE referencing style.
- The fifth part is the signed ‘completion of professional exposure/exposure certificate’ and/or evidences of attendance of professional events.
Details of Report
The report should be 1000 words long, plus figures, tables and references and any appendices originating from the actual report in industry. Note the appendices mentioned here are different from the weekly diary of activities. The report should have the following sections:
- Title page, your name, school and student number (2 Marks)
- Technical Skills Developed During Professional Exposure. Write technical reflective journal on the following points: ( 10 Marks)
4.1 Write a summary of overall professional exposure. (1 Mark)
4.2 Did you have prior knowledge to understand the professional expectation? Map all units that was useful during your professional exposure and how did you apply your prior knowledge and skills. (6 Marks)
4.3 What are the new technical skills or knowledge did you learn from industry? (2 Marks)
4.4 Where can you use that exposure in future? (1 Mark)
- Professional Skills Developed During Professional Exposure. Map your outcome to ACS CBOK knowledge key words(10 Marks)
- Identify the specific skills that your specific practical exposure best matches to and state why that is so.
- Include a good example from your practical exposure to demonstrate how you may have developed in the skills identified. (2 Marks)
- Justify yourself by filling in the “Graduate Outcomes Table” (Appendix A). The justification should reflect the stage you are in your development of the skill. (3 Marks)
- As you look into the future as a networking graduate, use your professional exposure to address the following questions:
- Based on your professional exposure what would you like to change in the way and manner you approach your study? Explain. (1 Mark)
- b) What would you recommend to those who structure your degree program to change to ensure you become a successful networking professional in future? (2 Marks)
- Your plans for your future as a networking graduate. (2 Marks)
- What types of work environments attract you the most?
- Are there specific networking challenges that you are more interested in for the future? Explain.
- Have your ideas about your future direction developed during the practical exposure? Explain.
- Which specific aspects of your professional exposure did you enjoy the most? Which aspects did you not like the most? How will these influence how you think about your future as a network professional?
- References (3 Marks)
You should reference all the materials you have used in preparing this report. Ensure that your report follows the IEEE referencing format.
- Professional Exposure Certificate / evidences of attendance / participation (5 Marks) Exposure details.
For each period of work exposure (there should only be one) list of:
5.1. Name of employer
5.2. Type of business
5.3. Your job title
5.4. Dates of the exposure
5.5. Full details of your professional supervisor (name, position, email, phone number)
Appendix A: Graduate Outcomes Table
MIT is committed to ensure a course of study is current, practical and relevant so that graduates are “work ready” and equipped for life-long learning. In order to accomplish this, the MIT Graduate Attributes identify the required knowledge, skills and attributes that prepare students for the professional.
The level to which Graduate Attributes covered in this professional exposure are as follows:
|MIT Graduate Attributes||Justify the coverage|
|based on capstone|
|project exposure and|
|Ability to||The ability to communicate effectively and appropriately|
|in a range of contexts to achieve high order speaking,|
|Communicate||listening, reading, writing,||numeracy and information|
|technology communication skills.|
|Independent||A capacity to be a self-directed learner and thinker and to|
|study and work independently. Resulting in continuous|
|and Lifelong||learning, resilience, confidence, learning transferable and|
|Learning||time management skills and an ability to learn|
|Ethics||Awareness, sensitivity, and commitment to ethics and|
|ethical standards in personal, social, business and|
|Analytical||The ability to collect, analyse and evaluate information|
|and ideas and to solve problems by thinking clearly,|
|Solving||critically and creatively to solve problems and issues using|
|established methods of enquiry.|
|Cultural and||An acknowledgment of and respect for: equality of|
|Global||opportunity; individual and||social responsibility; and a|
|recognition and appreciation of other cultures and times|
|recognizing the global context of business.|
|A capacity to relate to, collaborate with, and, where|
|Team work||appropriate lead others, and to exchange views and ideas|
|in order to achieve desired outcomes through teamwork,|
|negotiation, conflict resolution, and leadership.|
|Specialist||Comprehensive specialist knowledge of a field of study|
|knowledge of||and defined professional skills ensuring work readiness.|
|a field of|
Examples of professional exposure
- Practical exposure in an environment outside the teaching establishment
- Guest lectures
- Use of industry visits and inspection
- Interviewing IT professionals
- Being mentored by a professional
- Direct industry input of data and advice to problem solving, projects and evaluation tasks
|Examples||Evidence of activity|
|Practical exposure in an environment outside||Work exposure letter from employer, students’ reflective|
|the teaching establishment such as Industry||journal|
|placements (paid or unpaid)|
|Guest lecturers||Record of guest lecturer, seminar leader presentation,|
|students’ reflective journal and e-portfolio|
|Use of industry visits and inspection||Letter from employer, students’ reflective journal|
|Industry contacts/visit for feasibility studies||Letter from employer, students’ reflective journal|
|Examples: contact supplier, industry|
|professional to gather data or requirement.|
|Seminars presented by industry professionals||Evidence: flyers distributed to students advertising|
|seminars; letters to quest speakers; reflective journal and|
|Being mentored by a professional||Student records of mentor meetings in e-log|
|Direct industry input of data and advice to||Industry-based projects. Where possible industry|
|problem solving, projects and evaluation||mentors will have some time available to advise students|
|tasks||and/or to have input into student assessment. This may|
|mean e.g. An expert present for student presentations.|
|Evidence: letter from expert agreeing to mentor project|
|Record of contact in student diary/e-log|
|Attend professional association seminar /||Record each contact in a student diary or e-log,|
|event||certificate of attendance, email confirmation etc|
Professional exposure portfolio
The professional practice portfolio will be an evidence based portfolio which all students will be required to keep during their time of project unit’s enrolment. The purpose of the portfolio is to record all professional exposure students exposure during their enrolment.
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