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BISM7202 Information
Systems for Management
Assessment Guideline: Essay –
Strategic Technology Impacts on an
Industry
SEMESTER 2 2020
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Summary
Type: Individual Report
Learning Objectives Assessed: 1, 2
Due Date: 2:00pm, 14 September 2020
Deliverable: A Written Assignment submitted via TurnItIn
Weight: 20%
Task Description
The essay is 1000 to 1400 words in length. Strict word limits apply (see Rubric). The
assignment is worth 20 marks that equates to 20% of the overall grade achievable in this
course. The assignment MUST be done individually. This is NOT a collaborative
assignment.
Please be aware of the University's Statute regarding academic integrity, plagiarism and the
submission of your own work.
Please note you can resubmit your assignment as many times as you like prior to the
deadline. We will only mark the latest version of the assignment submitted up until the due
date.
However, TurnItIn’s similarity reports will take more time (approximately 24 hours or
more ) to be made available after the first submission – this is how TurnItIn works.
Requirements
You are required to write a brief essay of 1000-1400 words. The broad topic of this essay is
“Strategic Technology Impacts on an Industry”. This is an individual assessment item –
group work or any collaboration on the written component is not permitted. You can and
should discuss the assignment at a high level with your peers, but the work needs to be your
own.
Technologies are changing rapidly each year, and the way in which businesses use these
technologies can fundamentally change the business model and nature of businesses.
Strategically, these changes may help the business increase its efficiency, develop new
products or services, enhance its relationships customers, make better decisions, or derive
competitive advantage. As more businesses in an industry take up these technology
innovations, the nature of the industry will change.
With this in mind, students are to write a reflective essay that identifies and describes an
innovative information technology (either one discussed in the course – see Seminar 4 - or
of their own choosing), and considers its potential application in an industry of career
interest to the student (for example, consulting, manufacturing, accounting, marketing,
manufacturing etc). Students are to then assess the strategic implications of the use of the
technology for the chosen industry and reflect on its implications for their career. This
assessment is an essay and so requires an abstract, introduction, and a conclusion.
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In your essay:
• Define and describe the innovative information technology you have chosen,
including a general background.
• Discuss how the technology might be used in the chosen industry. This discussion
should also provide an overview of the context of the chosen industry.
• Analyse the strategic implications of the innovative information technology for the
industry.
• After this analysis, you should reflectively consider the implications of this
technology for your possible future career and what you might need to do as a
consequence.
The essay should have an abstract, an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. The
introduction should be short and identify the purpose, scope, and structure of the essay.
The conclusion should be short and summarize the points you have made in your essay
and what is interesting about them.
You are to refer to quality, current peer-reviewed, academic literature that you have
found independently as well as industry publications (e.g. as examples of industry
practice) to support your observations. These sources are to be cited using one of the
approved referencing styles.
Given its reflective nature, you may choose to write this essay in the first person.
Guidelines
Expectations
Please read the following expectations carefully.
Word limit: 1000 to 1400 words.
If you stay under or go over the word limit, you will likely lose
marks due to poor writing in addressing the scope of the essay.
A strict word limit applies. Essays that do not meet the word length
requirements (either less than 800 words or greater than 1400 words by
even a single word) are likely to be assessed as
BELOW EXPECTATIONS.
Weighting: 20%
Due Date: Submit by 2:00pm on 14th September 2020.
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Scope: There are six main aspects of your essay: Introduction, Background to
the Information Technology, Applications of the Technology in
Industry, Strategic Implications for Industry, Implications for my
Career, and Conclusion.
You may use headings in your essay to clearly identify each aspect, or
you may use a well-structured essay that is coherent and has paragraphs
that link to each other.
Your headings, if used, do not need to be exactly as set out above.
They are suggestions only.
Abstract: An abstract is a brief summary of the overall essay, and a reader uses
an abstract to quickly ascertain the purpose of the paper. The abstract
should cover the whole paper and should set out the purpose of the
paper, what you did, and the conclusion.
An abstract is different to the introduction in that an introduction
provides the rationale for the paper and is a forward-looking statement
as to what you intend to achieve in the paper. In contrast, the abstract
reports what was achieved; in this sense, the abstract is more similar to
the conclusion of the essay, which summarizes the paper and highlights
the most interesting conclusions made.
The key goal of the abstract is to help the reader assess whether they
wish to read the essay. Note that an introduction supports its
statements with citations whereas an abstract does not.
An abstract also differs from an executive summary in that an
executive summary is intended to communicate the key points of a
document. An executive summary is usually used for a report rather
than an essay. The key goal for an executive summary is that the
executive can read the executive summary and act on it without reading
the whole report. The report is provided for detail if the executive
audience requires it.
Introduction: In your opening introduction, briefly introduce the topic, the purpose
and motivation for your essay, and provide ‘signposting’ for the
remainder of the essay.
You should identify the innovative information technology and the
industry selected. You should seek to establish how this information
technology is innovative within the industry chosen.
Definitions and other statements should be supported with citations from
quality, current peer-reviewed, academic literature that you have
found independently, not a webpage.
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Background to
the Information
Technology
Provide a general background to your innovative information
technology (what is it, where did it come from, what is the nature of the
investment required to adopt the technology).
You should define and describe the innovative information technology,
along with a deeper discussion as to why the technology is innovative
in this industry.
Support your definition, description, and discussion with citations from
the quality, current peer-reviewed, academic literature that you
have found independently and examples from either the same
literature or industry publications.
Applications of
the Technology
in Industry
You should then discuss how the technology can be used in the chosen
industry. That is, how can an organisation in this industry use this
technology in practice?
This discussion will need to provide an overview of the context of the
chosen industry. The best essays will consider the current state of
technology use in the industry.
Support your discussion with citations from the quality, current peer-
reviewed, academic literature that you have found independently as
well as with examples from industry publications.
Strategic
Implications for
Industry
You should then consider the implications of the adoption of this
technology for your chosen industry. That is, beyond the transactional
‘how it is used’ aspects of the technology, what are the implications at
the strategic level for firms operating in this industry of the adoption
of this innovative information technology.
The best essays will consider strategic implications according to defined
criteria informed by literature. For example, you might identify at the
outset that you will identify the strategic implications according to a
SWOT – Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities or threats – framework,
or you might use the ‘business drivers’ framework discussed in Seminar
1. However, several frameworks are raised in our in-class discussions
for the Digital/Shared Economy Block in the course, or in your research
you might find a better framework for your purposes.
Note that using a single framework to consider strategic
implications is easier and clearer to use rather than multiple
frameworks for this analysis.
You will need to support your discussion with relevant citations from
quality, current peer-reviewed, academic literature that you have
found independently. You should use an example from either the
same academic literature or industry publications to support your
discussion.
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Implications for
my Career
You should then identify your possible future career (e.g. marketing,
international business, accounting, information systems, finance, human
resources, etc) in relation to this industry, and discuss what implications
you see of this technology for your possible future career and your
future career path. Clearly, your future career may still be uncertain –
you may still be identifying your fields of study within the degree. This
is a possible future career only.
You should discuss several implications for your career in terms of
the actions you should take as a result of your consideration of the
implications of this innovative information technology.
For example, you might wish to find out more about the technology,
consider changing your career option, or seek out training and skills in
the use of the technology.
Conclusion: In the conclusion to your essay, summarise the insights you identified
in the essay and highlight the most important and interesting
conclusions you made.
The conclusion should address the full scope of the essay, but should
also be pithy and concise.
References: • Use the approved referencing styles APA 6th, Vancouver style, or
Harvard Referencing to cite your sources. The UQ Library provides
“How To” guides for writing that you can refer to.
• In your essay be sure to cite a range of different sources from
quality, current peer-reviewed, academic literature that you have
found independently. All academic sources cited must meet this
criteria to be ‘sufficient’ (see ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ below).
• Quality: Given the cross-disciplinary nature of this topic, your essay
should cite a minimum of 8 academic papers from journals ranked
B, A or A* at the Australian Business Deans Council List (see
https://abdc.edu.au/research/abdc-journal-list/) that you have found
through your own independent research. Sources provided in the
electronic course profile do not count as a source identified from
your own research activity.
• Relevant: The cited source must clearly support the points made.
• You should also cite at least 2 industry publications (e.g.
InTheBlack from CPA Australia) but these are in addition to the 8
academic papers needed.
• As a guide, it is likely that you will need to cite at most 20 papers in
your essay (including both academic literature and industry
publications).
• Be sure to include quotation marks when quoting statements directly
from another author as required by the referencing style.
• You can submit your work multiple times prior to submission in order
to obtain a Turnitin report to confirm there is no accidental plagiarism.
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Formatting and professionalism
The essay is to be written to a professional standard. This requires a formal writing style – do
not use dot points - and adopt a professional tone. Given the essay’s reflective nature, you
may choose to write this essay in the first person.
The essay must be consistent with the University’s policies on academic integrity, plagiarism,
and consequences as noted below.
The essay should be typed (in Times Roman 12-point font or larger, single-spaced) and the
Word Count should be in the range of 1,000 to 1,400 words in total length.
The Word Count excludes the title page, abstract, tables, footnotes and references. The
word limit must be observed or the assessment will be affected as noted in the Rubric.
No appendices are to be provided. Tables in the essay should not exceed one page.
The following referencing styles are approved for this essay:
• APA 6th
• Vancouver
• Harvard.
You must be consistent with the reference style, and include, for journal papers, details such
as the author, title, journal name, volume, number, and number of pages. For all other
sources, provide as much as information (conference dates and location) as possible. You are
to provide a written list of sources referred to in your essay after the conclusion under the
heading “References” or “Bibliography” as required by the referencing style.
The UQ Library provides “How To” guides for writing and referencing that you can use.
You must include a title page (you may select your own title) with identifying details
including the following: student number, full name, date, title, selected referencing
style, and word count. Omitting these details will affect your assessment.
Submission
To be done through Blackboard Assignment Submission and TurnItIn as indicated in
Learn.UQ.
Acceptable submission formats are Microsoft Word and PDF formats. The files MUST be
named in the format of BISM7202_StudentLastName_StudentID.pdf (or a. docx or .doc
extension). If your ID is 41724943 and your surname is Smith, the name of your files would
be BISM7202_Smith_41724943.pdf. The written assignment file should not be zipped.
Plagiarism
It is understandable that students talk with each other regularly, and discuss problems and
potential solutions. However, it is expected that the submitted assignment is a unique
document – all parts of the assignment are to be completed solely by the individual student.
In cases where an assignment is perceived to not be a unique work, a loss of marks and other
implications can result.
For further information about academic integrity, plagiarism and consequences, please visit
http://ppl.app.uq.edu.au/content/3.60.04-student-integrity-and-misconduct.
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Frequently Asked Questions
• Is quality, current, peer-reviewed, academic literature that I have found
independently required, and, umm, what is it?

For this assessment, quality, current peer-reviewed, academic literature that you
have found independently is required. Given the scope of the essay, it is expected
that at least 8 such sources supporting the discussion will be cited. The student
should have found these sources through their own independent research activities.

For simplicity and clarity, ‘quality research’ includes papers from journals listed on
the Australian Business Deans Council List (https://abdc.edu.au/research/abdc-
journal-list/). However prominent scientific journals such as Nature or Science also
meet this criteria. Sources from these lists also meet the peer-reviewed and academic
requirements.

For academic literature to be current it would need to have been published in the past
ten years (i.e. no older than 2010), or be a key foundational work (i.e. initial,
important, and highly-cited papers). As a rule of thumb, a paper would be a key
foundational work if it were in a quality journal (A or A*) with many (say, 500 or
more) citations in the literature.

Academic, peer-reviewed sources listed as required reading material in the course do
not demonstrate independent research. Lecture notes, social media (including
blogs), and especially Wikipedia are secondary sources; they should not be cited as
primary sources.

A reference list (of both academic and industry sources) should be included at the end
of the essay that is consistent with the citation style identified on the cover page.


There is a video in Learn.UQ on how to use the ABDC list and on how to find
research references for a University Essay.


• Do I need to cite industry publications?

Industry publications (e.g. trade magazines such as CPA Australia’s InTheBlack or
Forbes Magazine) are NOT academic peer-reviewed sources, but can be used to
clarify discussion points, particularly as examples.

For simplicity and clarity, industry publications are publications you would find on a
popular website (such as www.news.com.au) or for sale in a newsagency. It is
expected that at least 2 industry sources will be cited in this essay. Academic sources
used to support examples may substitute for these industry sources.

Lecture notes, social media (including blogs), and especially Wikipedia are secondary
sources; they should not be cited as primary sources.

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• How tight are the word limits?

Very. Concise and pithy discussion in business communication is highly valued, and
you must develop your skills in this area. If you stay under or go over the word limit
EVEN BY A SINGLE WORD it is likely that the assessment of the essay will be
reduced in terms of its communication and content. However, you should note that
the word count does not include the abstract, appendices, figures/diagrams, tables or
references.

• What goes on the cover page again?

On the cover/title page note the essay title, your student number, name, the course
code and course title, the date, the word count (excluding Cover Page, Abstract,
Figures/Diagrams/Tables, Appendices and References) and the reference citation
style.

This is very important as it is part of the rubric!
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Administrative Requirements
Consultation sessions
To ensure that an equal and sufficient amount of time is allocated for every student who
attends consultation sessions regarding the practical aspects of BISM7202, the average
consultation time (during busy consultation times) will be limited to 5 minutes per student.
The main aim of this restriction during busy periods is to ensure student equity and minimise
waiting time. However, in circumstances where no other students are waiting, longer
consultation times will be provided.
Tutors will advise you of their consultation times during tutorials – these details are also
available on the BISM7202 Blackboard site under “Contacts”.
Submission Date
2:00pm 14th September 2020.
For each calendar day (i.e. including Saturdays and Sundays) or part thereof after the
submission deadline, a penalty of 5% of the total possible assignment marks will be
deducted until the assignment is submitted.
Deadline extensions
An extension to the assignment deadline will only be considered for legitimate reasons and
with supporting documentation (e.g. medical certificate). A request for an extension is
assessed by the Assessment, Examinations & Misconducts Coordinator. You may discuss
your situation with your course coordinator, but you still need to make a formal extension
request using the form identified on the Electronic Course Profile for this course.
Extensions will not be granted where the School is not satisfied you took reasonable
measures to avoid the circumstances that contributed to you not submitting by the due date.
The following are not grounds for an extension:
• holiday arrangements (including overseas travel);
• misreading a due date;
• social and leisure events;
• moving house;
• pressure of work/competing deadlines;
• computer issues.
Please refer to the Electronic Course Profile for this course for more detail.
Marking Rubric
Your report will be graded on its structure, rationale, arguments, use of academic
support/sources, and overall presentation quality.
This assignment is worth 20 marks.
The marking rubric on the next page is designed to reflect a marking schema of 100 points
that are scaled back to 20 marks. Part marks are rounded up or down to the nearest half
mark.
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MARKING RUBRIC – ESSAY - IMPACT OF BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION
Assessed out of 100 points and scaled back to 20 marks (part marks are rounded up or down to the nearest half mark).
Criteria Fail (0% to 10%) Below Expectations (10% to 40% Meets Expectations (40% to 60%) Very Good (60% to 80% Outstanding (>80%)
Abstract,
introduction,
motivation, and
signposting
(10 points)
No abstract is provided. An abstract is provided but it is weak
and incomplete.
An abstract is provided that is
succinct and clear.
An abstract is provided that is
succinct, clear and address the full
scope of the essay.
An abstract is provided that is
succinct, thoughtful, and addresses the
full scope of the essay.
The objectives, scope and purpose of
the essay are not provided.
The objectives, scope and purpose of
the essay are unclear.
The objectives, scope and purpose of
the essay are identified.
A solid attempt is made to identify the
objectives, scope, and purpose of the
essay by defining the topic and the
aim of the essay well.
The objectives, scope and purpose of
the essay are identified by defining
the topic and the aim of the essay
clearly and very well.
The structure of the essay is not
indicated.
The structure of the essay is not
clearly indicated in the introduction.
The structure of the essay is indicated
using signposting.
A solid attempt is made to indicate the
structure of the essay using
signposting.
The structure of the essay is indicated
in the introduction very well using
signposting and clear headings.
No attempt to establish the
information technology as innovative
is made in the introduction.
The information techn1ology is not
clearly established as innovative and
insufficient academic sources are
provided in the introduction.
The information technology is
established as innovative with at least
two academic sources provided in the
introduction.
The information technology is clearly
innovative within the chosen industry
and this is supported through the
provision of strong and relevant
academic sources in the introduction.
The information technology is clearly
innovative and highly relevant to the
chosen industry, and this is
established through strong and highly
relevant academic sources provided in
the introduction.
Background of
Innovative
Information
Technology
(10 points)
A general background of the
innovative information technology is
not provided.
A limited general background of the
innovative information technology is
provided.
A general background of the
innovative information technology is
provided.
A relevant general background of the
innovative information technology is
provided.
A highly relevant general
background of the innovative
information technology is provided.
No academic sources are used to
define and describe the innovative
information technology with
academic sources.
Insufficient academic sources are
used to define and describe the
innovative information technology
with insufficient academic sources.
Sufficient (at least two) quality and
independent academic sources are
used to define and describe the
innovative information technology.
Clear and relevant high-quality and
independent academic sources are
used to clearly define and describe
the innovative information
technology.
Clear, highly relevant and high-
quality academic sources are used to
clearly define and purposefully
describe the innovative information
technology.
No attempt to establish the
information technology as
innovative is made.
The information technology is not
clearly established as innovative and
insufficient academic sources are
provided.
The information technology is
established as innovative with at
least two academic sources provided.
The information technology is
clearly innovative within the chosen
industry and this is supported
through the provision of strong
academic sources.
The information technology is
clearly innovative and highly
relevant to the chosen industry, and
this is established through the
provision of strong and highly
relevant academic sources.
No example of the technology is
provided.
Insufficient examples of the
technology are provided, or they are
not supported with academic or
industry sources.
Sufficient examples of the
technology are provided and they are
supported with at least two academic
or industry sources.
Good and relevant examples of the
technology are provided and they are
supported with academic or industry
sources.
Illustrative, descriptive, and highly
relevant examples of the technology
are provided, and they are supported
with strong and highly relevant
academic or industry sources.
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Criteria Fail (0% to 10%) Below Expectations (10% to 40% Meets Expectations (40% to 60%) Very Good (60% to 80% Outstanding (>80%)
Potential Use of
Technology in
Industry
(20 points)
No discussion of how the technology
can be used in the industry is
provided.
Limited discussion of how the
technology can be used in the
industry is provided.
A good discussion of how the
technology can be used in the
industry is provided, and at least two
academic sources are provided in
support of this discussion.
A clear and purposeful discussion of
how the technology can be used in
the industry is provided that
highlights its potential, and at least
two relevant academic sources are
provided in support of this
discussion.
A clear and purposeful discussion of
how the technology can be used in
the industry is provided that
highlights its potential, and at least
two highly relevant academic
sources are provided in support of
this discussion.
No context of the chosen industry is
provided.
Limited context of the chosen
industry is provided.
A sufficient context of the chosen
industry is provided supported by at
least two academic sources.
A good context of the chosen
industry is provided that considers
the current state of the use of
technology in the current industry,
and this discussion is supported by at
least two academic sources.
A very good, clear and relevant
context of the chosen industry is
provided that considers the current
state of the use of technology in the
industry, and this discussion is
supported by at least two highly
relevant academic sources.
No example of the potential use of
the technology in the industry is
provided.
Insufficient examples of the potential
use of the technology in the industry
are provided.
Sufficient examples (at least two) of
the potential use of the technology in
the industry are provided and these
examples are supported by industry
publications or academic sources.
Relevant examples (at least two) of
the potential use of the technology in
the industry are provided and these
examples are supported by industry
publications or academic sources
Illustrative, descriptive, and highly
relevant examples (at least two) of
the potential use of the technology in
the industry are provided and these
examples are supported by industry
publications or academic sources.
Assessment of
Strategic
Implications for
Industry and Career
(30 points)
No implications of the adoption for
the chosen industry are considered.
Only one implication of the adoption
of the technology for firms operating
in the chosen industry is considered.
At least two strategic implications of
the adoption for the chosen industry
are assessed.
At least two strategic implications of
the adoption for the chosen industry
are considered, and these strategic
implications are assessed using
defined criteria derived from
academic sources.
At least two insightful and strategic
implications of the adoption for the
chosen industry are considered, and
these strategic implications are
assessed using defined criteria
derived from academic sources.
No example of the strategic
implication for the chosen industry is
provided.
A poor example of the strategic
implication for the chosen industry is
provided, or the example is not
supported by an industry publication
or academic sources.
A sufficient example of the strategic
implications for the chosen industry
is provided, and this example is
supported by an industry publication
or an academic source.
A relevant example of the strategic
implications for the chosen industry
is provided and this example is
supported by an industry publication
or an academic source.
An illustrative, descriptive, and
highly relevant example of the
strategic implications for the chosen
industry is provided and this
example is supported by an industry
publication or an academic source.
No possible future career is
identified.
A possible future career is identified
but it is very general.
A possible future career is identified
that is specific.
A possible future career is identified
that articulates long-term career
goals.
A possible future career is identified
that articulates long-term career
goals with a supporting strategy.
No implications for the possible
future career arising from the
adoption of this technology in the
industry are considered.
Only one or two implications for the
possible future career arising from
the adoption of this technology in the
industry is considered.
At least three implications for the
possible future career arising from
the adoption of this technology in the
industry are considered.
At least three relevant implications
for the possible future career arising
from the adoption of this technology
in the industry are considered.
At least three relevant implications
for the possible future career arising
from the adoption of this technology
in the industry are considered, and at
least one implication is insightful.
No actions to take are identified. Only one or two actions to take are
identified.
At least three actions to take are
identified.
At least three specific and realistic
actions to take are identified.
At least three specific and realistic
actions to take are identified and
these actions are shown to support
long-term career goals and strategy.
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Criteria Fail (0% to 10%) Below Expectations (10% to 40% Meets Expectations (40% to 60%) Very Good (60% to 80% Outstanding (>80%)
Conclusion and
summary of
interesting insights.
(10 points)
No conclusion is present or the essay
ends abruptly.
The conclusion is very brief and
does not address the scope of the
essay.
The conclusion is succinct and
addresses most of the scope of the
essay.
The conclusion is succinct and
addresses all of the scope of the
essay.
The conclusion is a succinct and
insightful summary that addresses all
of the scope of the essay.
No summary of the highlights of the
essay is provided.
An inadequate summary of the
highlights of the essay is provided.
An adequate summary of the
highlights of the essay are provided.
Relevant highlights of the essay are
provided.
Relevant and clear highlights of the
essay are provided.
Writing,
presentation, and
use of academic
sources
(20 points)
There is little, if any, credible
evidence used to support your
thoughts (<8 academic sources
cited).
Your academic sources are not
always useful, resulting in arguments
that lack depth (<8 academic sources
cited)
You have included evidence from
some useful academic sources (at
least 8).
Your arguments and thoughts are
supported by credible evidence from
a range of useful academic sources
(with at least 8 academic sources
cited).
Your arguments and thoughts are
supported by highly credible
evidence from a range of relevant
academic sources (with at least 8
academic sources cited).
There are excessive errors in
referencing in the essay.
There are some major errors in your
referencing of sources.
In most cases, sources are correctly
referenced and/or have minor errors
only.
With some exceptions, sources are
correctly referenced and/or have
minor errors only.
With very few exceptions, sources
are correctly referenced and/or have
minor errors only.
Your writing is mostly not
professional in tone and
presentation.
Your writing at times is not
professional in tone and
presentation.
Your writing is professional in tone
and presentation.
Your writing is professional in tone
and is presented well.
Your writing is professional in tone
and presented in an outstanding
manner.
There are major spelling and
grammatical errors throughout.
There are major spelling and
grammatical errors present.
There are some spelling and
grammatical errors present.
There are few spelling and
grammatical errors present.
There are only occasional spelling
and grammatical errors present.
Your written expression does not
indicate a logic/flow between each
section of the essay.
Your written expression has an
inadequate level of logic/flow
between each section of the essay.
Your written expression provides an
adequate indication of the logic/flow
between each section of the essay.
Your written expression provides a
strong indication of the logic/flow
between each section of the essay.
Your written expression provides a
strong and coherent indication of the
logic/flow between each section of
the essay.
No title page is provided with the
needed information.
The title page omits key information. The title page omits some key
information.
The title page is almost complete. The title page is complete.
Note: The maximal achievable points of 100 points are converted to a 20 marks scale (part marks are rounded up or down to the nearest half mark).
For example:
• 100 points = 20 marks out of 20
• 50 points = 10 marks out of 20
• 51 points = 10 marks out of 20
• 53 points = 10½ marks out of 20
• 67 points – 13½ marks out of 20

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