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ITECH7407 REAL TIME ANALYTICS

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ITECH7407 REAL TIME ANALYTICS

ITECH7407 REAL TIME ANALYTICS

Semester 2019/17 TEAM ASSIGNMENTS

  1. TASKS, DUE DATES AND WEIGHTINGS
Assessment Attribute Task 2: Research Report Presentation (Team) Task 3: Research Report (Team)
Due Date Week 8 (During tutorials/lab) 15 Sept 2019, 5pm
Learning                       outcomes assessed K4, K5, S1, A1, A2, V1, V2 K1, K2, K3, K4, S1, A1, A2, V1, V2
Weighting 10% 15%

Details of the intended learning outcomes assessed can be found in the course description.

B.      INSTRUCTIONS

Under the leadership of the lecturer or/and tutor, students are expected to work on this two-part project or assignment (i.e. Task 2 and Task 3) in teams of 3 to 5 members. Each team shall choose one of the topics listed in Section C of this document. Both the team presentation and the team research report shall be based on the same topic. The following are the deliverables in this project:

  1. Each team is expected to choose one of the topics listed in the next section, research thoroughly on it and write a research report of about 3000 words.
    1. Each report should reference a minimum of 15 peer-reviewed journal articles and conference papers.
    1. The report should be well researched and written in accordance with APA referencing style.
    1. Each team should clearly discuss different aspects of the chosen topic and how these aspects collectively enhance the theoretical and practical knowledge.
    1. Final deliverable consists of a presentation and a research report following the schedule above.
    1. Presentation of your findings in this project would be of about 20-minute

duration.

  • Declaration of contributions: Each student must speak during the presentation part of the assignment. Also, each team must clearly state on the second page of the submission (after the cover page) the contributions of each team member in the project in a tabular form according to the format:
Student ID Student Name Contrib utions to Project
     
     

Lecturers/tutors reserve the right to reduce a student’s mark if their contribution to

their team project is deemed insubstantial.

  • You are reminded to read the “Plagiarism” section of the course description. Your submission should be a synthesis of ideas from a variety of sources expressed in your own words.
    • Both power point slides for the team presentation and the team report must be submitted on Moodle by the respective due dates. Reports should use Arial Font with size 12pt and double spaced. Your report should include a list of references used in the essay and a bibliography of the wider reading you have done to familiarize yourself on the topic.
    • A passing grade will be awarded to assignments adequately addressing all assessment criteria. Higher grades require better quality and more effort. For example, a minimum is set on the wider reading required. A student reading vastly more than this minimum will be better prepared to discuss the issues in depth and consequently their report is likely to be of a higher quality. So before submitting, please read through the assessment criteria very carefully.

C.      ASSIGNMENTS TOPICS

Each team is expected to choose ONLY one of the following topics for both parts of the assignment:

  1. A relevant industry application of real-time analytics
    1. Challenges and potential solutions in real-time big data analytics
    1. Real-time Big Data privacy
    1. Real-time Big data governance
    1. Strategic issues stemming from business intelligence, business analytics and big data
    1. Change management issues stemming from business intelligence, business analytics and big data

D.      REFERENCES AND RELATED WORK

Each team is expected to source and cite appropriately at least 15 journal and conference papers related to their chosen topic. Below are some references which can be of help:

  1. Tseng, F-H., Hsueh, J.-H., Tseng, C.-W., Yang, Y.-T., Chao, H.-C., & Chou, L.-

D. (2018). Congestion Prediction With Big Data for Real-Time Highway Traffic. IEEE Access, 2018(6), 57311 – 57323.

Byers, A. H. 2011. “Big Data: The Next Frontier for Innovation, Competition,                      and                         Productivity,”               McKinsey    Global                         Institute. http://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/business- technology/ourinsights/big-data-the-next-frontier-for-innovation; access on 4 March 2016.

  • Kallinikos, J., & Constantiou, I. D. (2015). Big data revisited: a rejoinder. Journal of Information Technology, 30(1), 70-74.
    • McAfee, A., Brynjolfsson, E., Davenport, T. H., Patil, D. J., & Barton, D. (2012). Big data. The management revolution. Harvard Business Review, 90(10), 61-67.
    • Kallinikos, J., & Constantiou, I. D. (2015). Big data revisited: a rejoinder. Journal of Information Technology, 30(1), 70-74.
    • Sharma, R., Mithas, S., & Kankanhalli, A. (2014). Transforming decision-making processes: a research agenda for understanding the impact of business analytics on organisations. European Journal of Information Systems, 23(4), 433-441.

Assessment Criteria for Team Report – 100 Marks (15%

Weighting)

Student IDs:

Score Very Good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory (0)
Presentation Information is well Information is Information is somewhat Information is
/Layout organized, well written, organized, well written, organized, proper organized, but proper
  and proper grammar with proper grammar grammar and grammar and
  and punctuation are and punctuation. punctuation mostly punctuation not always
  used throughout. Correct layout used. used. Correct layout used. Some elements
/05 marks Correct layout used.   used. layout incorrect.
Structure Structure guidelines Structure guidelines Structure guidelines Some elements of
  /10 marks Enhanced followed exactly mostly followed. structure omitted
Introduction Introduces the topic of Introduces the topic of Satisfactorily introduces Introduces the topic of
  the report in an the report in an the topic of the report. the report, but omits a
  extremely engaging engaging manner which Gives a general general background of
  manner which arouses arouses the reader’s background. the topic and/or the
  the reader’s interest. interest. Indicates the overall overall “plan” of the
  Gives a detailed general Gives some general “plan” of the paper. paper.
  background and background and    
  indicates the overall indicates the overall    
/10 marks “plan” of the paper. “plan” of the paper.    
Discussion of All topics discussed in Consistently detailed Most topics are Inadequate discussion
Topics depth. Displays deep discussion. Displays adequately discussed. of issues Little/no
  analysis of issues with sound understanding Displays some demonstrated
  no irrelevant info. with some analysis of understanding and understanding or
    issues and no irrelevant analysis of issues. analysis of most issues
    Information   and/or some irrelevant
/50 marks       information.
Conclusion An interesting, well A good summary of the Satisfactory summary of Poor/no summary of the
  written summary of the main points. the main points. main points.
  main points. A good final comment A final comment on the A poor final comment
  An excellent final on the subject, based subject, but introduced the subject and/or new
  comment on the on the information new material. material introduced.
  subject, based on the provided.    
/15 marks information provided.      
Referencing Correct referencing Mostly correct Mostly correct Not all material correctly
  (APA). All quoted referencing (APA). All referencing (APA ) acknowledged.
  material in quotes and quoted material in Some problems with Some problems with
  acknowledged. All Quotes & acknowledged. quoted material and reference list.
  paraphrased material All paraphrased material paraphrased material  
  acknowledged. acknowledged. Some problems with the  
  Correctly set out Mostly correct setting reference list.  
/10 marks reference list. out reference list.    
SubTotal-/100 marks        
  Total out of 15        

Assessment Criteria for

Team Report Presentation – 100 Marks (10% Weighting)

Student IDs:

Each team report presentation shall last 10-20 minutes. The following shall be used to assess and grade the presentations.

Criteria Marks
Introduction /10
Content /40
Conclusion /10
Presentation Style e.g. clarity, engagement /20
Team participation /10
Timing (10-15 minutes) /10
SubTotal-2 /100
General Comments:

Team assignment Total = SubTotal-1 + SubTotal-2.