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College of business law governance subject code

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Assessment Item 3 – Group Wiki Assignment Marking Criteria Criteria Label / Weighting / Associated Learning Outcomes Marking Criteria Descriptor HD 85-100% D 75-84% C 65-74% P 50-64% N 0-49% Presentation of Site 15% SLO 3 / CLOs S3 & S5 Presentation of the Wiki site is professional, engaging and aesthetically appealing. Clear, consistent and attractive formatting has been used throughout the site. The use of images and multi-media add value to the site in terms of both their relevance to content and aesthetic appeal. The site adheres to stipulated length limits so far as number of pages presented and maximum volume of words [900] presented on any single page. [12.8 -15.0] [11.3 – 12.7] [9.8 -11.2] [7.5 – 9.7] [0 – 7.4] Content & Structure 40% SLOs 1, 2 & 3 CLOs K1, S3 & S5 The Home Page is professionally presented providing an overview of site that is effective in enticing the site visitor to explore the site further. Index style links are provided to remaining pages within site. Literature Review is well structured identifying key themes / previous findings with respect to existing coverage of the topic area. [apply double weighting] Findings & Results page identifies methodology and presents findings of primary analysis both visually and via associated commentary in a clear and concise fashion. [double weighting] The Job Advert Folio is presented in a style that maximizes reader utility. Discussion of results compares and contrasts primary and secondary research findings and identifies and comments on notable outcomes in the context of the primary research conducted. The 2 Skills based pages provide a meaningful insight into each of the skills discussed drawing on relevant secondary sources and providing the site visitor with valuable information as to what the skill areas entail and how to showcase one’s proficiency in the skill area to a potential employer. The site’s content is logically and clearly structured and as a result maximizes reader utility. [34 -40] [30 – 33.5] [26 – 29.5] [20 – 25.5] [0 – 19.5] College of Business, Law & Governance Subject Code: BU1105 / BU1805 Page 18
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AVG xxx/10 = Cfwd score xx.x/40 Criteria Label / Weighting Marking Criteria Descriptor HD 85-100% D 75-84% C 65-74% P 50-64% N 0-49% Conclusion 5% SLO 3 / CLO S3 The Conclusion is effective in reiterating, reinforcing and drawing together key information as presented throughout the site in the context of the sites overriding purpose. [4.3 -5.0] [3.8 – 4.2] [3.3 – 3.7] [2.5 – 3.2] [0 – 2.4] Navigability 10% SLO 3 / CLO S3 Internally, the site offers a high level of navigability through its using an effective range of wiki based navigation tools coupled with the site’s logical structure. Externally , links to other sites / materials are useful, relevant and appropriately introduced.
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