Assessment Brief RELEVANT DISRUPTION & GLOBAL ENGAGMENT
Assessment Brief RELEVANT DISRUPTION & GLOBAL ENGAGMENT Assessment 2 Disruption & Engagement Due: Week 8 Weighting: 30% Type: Case Study Review / Visual & Written Presentation) Learning Outcomes: a. research, analyse and critically evaluate effective disruption practices; b. critically evaluate global cultural dynamics that impact disruption and engagement; d. write concise, coherent and informed arguments of how social, cultural, ethical, environmental and sustainability theory applies to digital media practise; e. deliver a personal perspective on relevant disruption and global engagement practice. Description: Research and analyse a case study of disruption with global implications that was unsuccessful in achieving its intended objective. Reflect and write a critical analysis to identify why the disruption was unsuccessful, the impact it did or did not make, including level of engagement, social, cultural, ethical, environmental & sustainability considerations with reference to theory (include citations using Harvard referencing). Describe how you would have approached it differently to deliver the desired outcome. In addition, prepare a self-reflective statement of the personal position on the project process and outcomes. Present as a visual presentation (min. 20 slides) and written presentation (2,000 words). Details: Students must cite at least 3 external sources and refer to these using Harvard referencing (in text citations and reference list). Also include a full bibliography. Upload final essay as a PDF file (Word converted to PDF) and a second PDF file (PowerPoint converted to PDF) of the visual presentation to Moodle for marking. Marking Criteria & Rubrics: Criterion 1: Depth of research and analysis – 40% Fail: Incomplete research and analysis Pass: Adequate but basic research and analysis Credit: Competent research and analysis Distinction: Compressive and detailed research and analysis ASSESSMENT BRIEFS I RELEVANT DISRUPTION & GLOBAL ENGAGMENT 1 File: RelevantDisruption&GlobalEngagement_UnitOutline Author: Perdis / Gemenis Date: 1/11/2021 Status: Final Assessment Brief High Distinction Outstanding research and analysis Criterion 2: Critical evaluation of influences and impact – 20% Fail: Incomplete critical evaluation Pass: Adequate but basic critical evaluation Credit: Competent critical evaluation Distinction: Compressive and detailed critical evaluation High Distinction Outstanding critical evaluation Criterion 3: Personal refection – 20% Fail: Incomplete personal reflection Pass: Adequate but basic personal reflection Credit: Competent personal reflection Distinction: Compressive and detailed personal reflection High Distinction Outstanding and insightful personal reflection Criterion 4: Quality of presentation (incl. Referencing) – 20% Fail: Incomplete presentation, no references Pass: Adequate but basic presentation, some references Credit: Competent presentation with references Distinction: Compressive and detailed presentation, accurate references High Distinction Outstanding presentation, includes additional references ASSESSMENT BRIEFS I RELEVANT DISRUPTION & GLOBAL ENGAGMENT 2 File: RelevantDisruption&GlobalEngagement_UnitOutline Author: Perdis / Gemenis Date: 1/11/2021 Status: Final--- RELEVANT DISRUPTION & GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT RELEVANT DISRUPTION & GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT RELEVANT DISRUPTION & Disruption & Engagement (Assessment 2) Week 8 is the deadline. 30 percent weighting Review of a case study / visual and written presentation) Outcomes of Learning: a. research, analyze, and critically evaluate effective disruption practices; b. critically evaluate global cultural dynamics that impact disruption and engagement; d. write concise, coherent, and informed arguments demonstrating how social, cultural, ethical, environmental, and sustainability theory applies to digital media practice; e. present a personal perspective on relevant disruption and global engagement practice. Description: Investigate and analyze a case study of a global disruption that failed to achieve its intended goal. Reflect on and produce a critical analysis to determine why the disruption failed, the impact it had (or did not have), including level of involvement, social, cultural, ethical, environmental, and sustainability factors with reference to theory (include citations using Harvard referencing). Explain how you would have approached it differently in order to achieve the intended result. Prepare a self-reflective statement on your personal perspective on the project's approach and outcomes as well. Make a visual presentation (minimum of 20 slides) as well as a written presentation (2,000 words). Students must mention at least three external sources and use Harvard referencing to do so (in text citations and reference list). Include a complete bibliography as well. Upload the final essay as a PDF file (Word converted to PDF) and the visual presentation as a second PDF file (PowerPoint converted to PDF) to Moodle for assessment. Rubrics and grading criteria: Criterion 1: Research and analysis breadth – 40% Failure due to insufficient research and analysis Pass: Basic but enough study and analysis. Competent research and analysis are to be credited. Distinction: Thorough and in-depth investigation and analysis I RELEVANT DISRUPTION & GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT ASSESSMENT BRIEFS RelevantDisruption&GlobalEngagement UnitOutline is a single file. Perdis / Gemenis, Perdis / Gemenis, Perdis / Gemenis, The year is 2021, and the date is November 1st. Status: Complete a brief assessment Outstanding study and analysis with a high distinction Criteria 2: Critical assessment of influences and impact (20%) Fail: A critical evaluation that isn't comprehensive. Pass: A basic but adequate critical examination. Competent critical evaluation is to be credited. Distinction: Comprehensive and in-depth critical analysis Outstanding critical evaluation with a high distinction Personal reflection (20%) is the third criterion. Fail: A personal perspective that isn't complete. Pass: Appropriate yet fundamental personal reflection. Personal reflection that is competent is to be credited. Personal contemplation that is both comprehensive and detailed. Highest Honors Personal contemplation that is outstanding and insightful Criterion 4: Presentation quality (including referencing) – 20% Failure: Incomplete presentation with no citations Pass: Basic but adequate presentation, with several references Credit: Excellent presentation with citations Distinction: Detailed and comprehensive exposition, with exact references Outstanding presentation with additional references. High Distinction I RELEVANT DISRUPTION & GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT ASSESSMENT BRIEFS RelevantDisruption&GlobalEngagement UnitOutline.docx 2 Perdis / Gemenis, Perdis / Gemenis, Perdis / Gemenis, Perdis / Gemenis, Perdis / Gemenis,