Presentation schedules are prepared during the final weeks of session and

Presentation schedules are prepared during the final

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right to ask the first questions, then the rest of the audience as invited by the session chair. Presentation schedules are prepared during the final weeks of session and finalised a few days before the Presentation Day. Refer to the UTSOnline Capstone Project pages for further details. If your project is covered by a confidentiality agreement, you may need to request a closed presentation to a restricted audience. Discuss this with your supervisor and email [email protected] to request this as needed. 2.10 Final report assessment Your project is assessed by your supervisor and, where requested, another member of staff confirmed by the subject coordinator. In the case of potential D/HD projects, your project is assessed by your supervisor and at least one other member of staff confirmed by the subject coordinator. Further, appropriate moderation processes are used in project assessment. In all cases, the assessment is based on the material that is submitted online. Your assessor(s) may wish to interview you about your report as part of the assessment process. This may be necessary, for example, if the specific contribution that you have made to solve the problem is not made explicit. If you have met regularly with your supervisor this is unlikely to be a problem. The indicators you have identified on your Appendix B Project Assessment Form will provide the basis of your final assessment. Critical to this process is your requirement to document in the table (of indicators) exactly where or when or how you have met the criteria described by the indicator. You must be specific include section numbers and/or page numbers from your report. You are required to include your self-assessment of your project work. It is your assessment of how well you believe you have met your project assessment criteria. You will use the following scale: (0) not at all; (1) unsatisfactory; (2) passable; (3) creditable; (4) with distinction; (5) with high distinction. As a guide, these assessments (out of 5) would align with marks/grades of (say) 0Z, 40Z, 60P, 70C, 80D and 90H and are consistent with the UTS descriptors. Friday of the first week of the Final Assessment Period is thesis submission day Your supervisor will complete their sections of your Appendix B It is requirement of the subject to submit a PDF version of your final thesis report You are encouraged to invite your mentors, colleagues, parents, fellow students and friends. Presentation schedules are prepared during the final weeks of session, and finalised a few days before the Presentation Day. In all cases, the assessment is based on the material delivered on final report submission day. Critical to this process is your requirement to document in the table (of indicators) exactly where or when or how you have met the criteria described by the indicator.
12 Further, as per UTS Assessment Guidelines, High Distinction grades are awarded to work which is considered outstanding in all assessment criteria. This work is of a depth, academic rigor and quality that they are published in refereed conference or journal publications. Students may appeal the grade awarded via the normal UTS procedures.

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