Business Information Systems

Essential Assessment Information – MITS4001/ Business Information Systems/2022SS

Project (Non-exam assessments) ULOs Exam
Assessment Tasks Key Deliverables Recommended
Approaches
Recommended
Resources
Assessment
Number/Marks
Allocation
/Submission
Marks
Allocation
1. Conduct a business
analysis for system
exploration and
selection to support
an interest
organisation.
PPT Slides (12 to 15):
An analysis of
Industry/sector with a
focus on what
operations are
important for the
business
Organisational goals
recommended
A system selected to
align with the goals
Research for
relevant
academic,
professional,
industry
information
Watch relevant
videos
Discuss with
lecturer, group
members and
others
Consult with
lecture notes
Articles on the
industry/sector
information needs
for operation and
competition
Articles on how to
choose a system for
an organisation
Assessment 1
(PPT slides), 10%,
submitted in
Week 2
1,2,3 No exam
question in
this part
2. Develop an IT plan
for how to
configure the
system to achieve
the organisation
goals and main
operations.
A configuration plan
(approx. 500 words)
including:
Software
oData
oMain functions
oMain data processes
Hardware
oStorage
o Speed (system
processing,
Download and
play with a trial
version of the
system
Research for
relevant
academic,
professional,
industry
information
Articles on how to
configure and
customise a system
Assessment 2
(The plan), 10%,
submitted in
Week 3
2,4,5 10%

 

application
processing)

 

Architecture
(networking, Cloud,
etc.)
Web and mobile
applications
How security is
covered
How the configuration
supports the
organisation
Watch relevant
videos
Discuss with
lecturer, group
members and
others
Consult with
lecture notes
3. Identify key data
and functions for
the system.
Justify your
identification.
A set of diagrams and
tables with explanations
(approx. 500 words) in
the final report,
covering:
Key data or datasets
Key functions and
processes
Explanations and
justifications of the key
data, dataset, function
and process identified
Research for
relevant
academic,
professional,
industry
information
Watch relevant
videos
Discuss with
lecturer, group
members and
others
Consult with
lecture notes
Articles on how to
document data,
functions and
processes using
appropriate
language such as
UML
Articles on why the
data, functions and
processes are
important for your
chosen organisation
Assessment 3
(Diagrams and
Tables- Part 1 of
the final report),
5%,
submitted
later
(See
below)
10%
4. Customise the
system to enable
the key functions
and processes.
A live demonstration
how the system is
customised with
objects, tables, views,
dashboard, etc. (10 to
Customise
functions and
processes in the
system
Assessment 3
(Screenshots-Part 2
of the final report),
20%, submitted
later
(See
below)
15%

 

Demonstrate the
customised
functions and
processes are
working.
15 minutes for each
presentation)
Screenshots (8 to 10)
with explanations in
the final report
Check the
dashboard after
customisation
Watch relevant
videos
Discuss with
lecturer, group
members and
others
5. Evaluate the system
functionality and
performance using
appropriate
frameworks,
guidelines, or
standards.
An essay (approx. 500
words) in the final
report, covering:
Framework, guidelines
or standards applied in
system evaluation
Three human, social,
ethical or other related
issues addressed
Research for
relevant
academic,
professional,
industry
information
Watch relevant
videos
Discuss with
lecturer, group
members and
others
Consult with
lecture notes
Articles on
frameworks, guidelines
and standards in
relation to testing and
evaluation of a system
Articles on human,
social, ethical and
other issues in relation
to application of a
system
Assessment 3
(Essay- Part 3 of the
final report), 5%,
submitted later
(See
below)
15%
A final report (approx.
2,000) comprising of an
introduction, the main
part and a conclusion:
Introduction of the
project (approx. 200
words)
The main part
comprises the last
The Final report,
30% (altogether),
submitted in Week
6
1,2,3,4,5 Part of the
above exam
questions are
reflections of
what you have
one in the
project

 

three assessment
tasks
. Each part
requires writing of
about 500 words.
Conclusion (approx.
300 words)
List of references

Project Marking Criteria

Project (non-exam assessments)
Assessment Tasks Key Deliverables A (80 -100%) B (70 to 79%) C (60 to 69%) D (50 to 59%) F (Below 50%) N (0%)
1, 2, 3, 5 PPT Slides (12 to
15)
:
An analysis of
Industry/sector
with a focus on
what operations
are important
for the business
Organisational
goals
recommended
A system
selected to align
with the goals
All deliverables
are provided
with clear
explanations
All deliverables
are justified by
good evidence
(references and
referencing)
The analysis is
logically
developed
No obvious
grammatic,
spelling and
editorial issues
(95% and above
are awarded for
The
requirements
for Grade A
are largely
met
The
requirements
for Grade A
are basically
met
The
requirements
for Grade A
are just met
The
requirements
for Grad A
are not met
No
submission
(within 5
days after
due date)

 

extra-mile
achievements)
4 A live
demonstration
how the system
is customised
with objects,
tables, views,
dashboard, etc.
(10 to 15
minutes for
each
presentation)
Screenshots (8
to 10) with
explanations in
the final report
A clear
demonstration
how the system
is customised –
showing the
processes how
the expected
outputs are
achieved from
the source data
by changing
settings, etc.
Clear
explanations
and reasoning
why the settings
are set that way
Handled queries
of clients (in this
case, the
lecturer and the
colleague
students)
professionally
(95% and above
are awarded for
extra-mile
achievements)
The
requirements
for Grade A
are largely
met
The
requirements
for Grade A are
basically met
The
requirements
for Grade A are
just met
The
requirements
for Grad A are
not met
No
submission
(within 5 days
after due
date)

 

Overall
performance
in the project
and the
quality and
coherence of
the final
report
(A discretion
of 10% but
not exceed
100% in the
total project
marks)
A final report
(approx. 2,000)
comprising of an
introduction, the
main part and a
conclusion:
Introduction of
the project
(approx. 200
words)
The main part
comprises the
last three
assessment
tasks
. Each part
requires writing
of about 500
words
Conclusion
(approx. 300
words)
List of
references
Exceptionally
good
Very good Good Not very good Not good No
submission
(within 5 days
after due
date)