The group will also submit a properly researched and written report on this application. Your work should include: A 10 minute presentation of your topic area that explores the theme of how Ubiquitous Computing might be manifested in the current, or reasonably near future (e. G. In 2 or 3 years ahead perhaps), demonstrating a possible prototype or simulation of ubiquitous applications. Please note you are being assessed on the ideas and the entire ubiquitous environment and the usage of he applications you have been exposed to in your lectures and your research.
The submission for this section will also consist of a hard copy of a report that covers the following areas: Overview of the group’s scenario, issues arising from it and how ubiquitous computing applications can be applied and implemented in this scenario. 20 Marks Critical reflection of each team member of your research and work input into the team project. 5 Marks Presentation, slides and screen shots of your presentation and prototype or simulation etc. Marks Presentation; Concept & Execution 10 Marks 40 Marks The final documentation for each group should be bound in a single document with the following sections: Group scenario documenting scenario issues discussed, ubiquitous applications that you decide to apply with technical details, ethical/security and any other human and implementation issue. Copies of individual group members’ research paper proposal, actual research paper and peer evaluation sheet.
Screen shots or images of prototype or simulation presented Copies of slides used for the presentation Any appendices or relevant additional material. All documentation must include soft-copies in the form of an attached CD-ROOM. Marking Criteria Distinction Criteria (75%+) Distinctive work will exhibit a high level of analysis and outstanding cogency and clarity in communication and reflection. The supporting report should be exceptionally well-substantiated in its analysis, reasoning, and conclusions within each area.
In addition, at the advanced level the student will demonstrate an exceptional ability to synthesis innovative perspectives of the topic with work from other parts of the discipline. Credit Criteria (65 – 74%) A student should be able to show further evidence of knowledge, understanding and application of the module material. The supporting report should be ell written should be supported throughout in its analysis, reasoning and conclusions.
An advanced level will be indicated by the student’s reference to, and integration of, material from previous programmer of study. Pass criteria (50 – 64%) There should be satisfactory evidence of knowledge, understanding and application of the module material in the supporting report. Generally, the report will be less effective in conveying meaning There should be basic evidence of knowledge, understanding and application of the module material in the supporting report. Generally, the report will be less effective in conveying meaning.