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Referring to the timeline above, students need to conduct their research and identify the topics for ethical analysis and academic discussion.

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Referring to the timeline above, students need to conduct their research and identify the topics for ethical analysis and academic discussion. Students need to identify at least three (3) topics that will require tutor approval. Students can also identify more than two topics and then the tutor will approve two topics among the identified topics. Please submit your chosen topics using Google form (Click here). If you have any questions, you can discuss this with the tutor or refer to the recorded video on Moodle for more details on this assessment and how to approach it.

The topics can be found using online research. For example, you can look up the most recent ICT related ethical and moral issues reported in the news articles. Students need to remember that the objective is to academically discuss, analyse and assess the selected topics using any four (4) ethical theories studied in this unit. Students are encouraged to also incorporate their own opinion while ethically assessing the topics, but it should be supported with academic arguments and ethical concepts. Students will write a business- style research report of approximately 1500 words.

The suggested report structure is as follows,

Title Page

Executive summary

Table of contents Introduction

Ethical analysis of Topic 1

Ethical analysis of Topic 2 Conclusions

References

Submission requirements details: This task needs to be submitted by Week 5 Sunday midnight on Moodle. Please submit an electronic copy only in Microsoft Word or .pdf format via Moodle. Please refer to the "Subject Outline" for information regarding late assignments, extensions, special consideration, and plagiarism.

Assessment 3 Marking Rubric: Ethical Analysis - Value 15%

Criteria

Evidence of research

Relevance of content:

Application of concepts

and principles:

Fail

(0-49%)

Less than 6 relevant titles read.

Incomplete analysis and no clear

identification of relevant ethical issues.

Analysis is not supported. Assumptions made are not noted.

Pass (50-64%)

At least 6-8 relevant titles read.

Satisfactory analysis and identification of some relevant ethical issues.

Analysis is

minimally supported. Assumptions made are not

all noted.

Credit

(65-74%)

At least 8-12 relevant titles read.

Accurate

analysis and identification of most relevant ethical issues.

Analysis is well supported

. All

assumptions

made are noted.

Distinction

(75-84%)

High Distinction (85-100%)

Weighting

%

More than 12 relevant titles read.

15

Accurate analysis and identification of all relevant ethical issues.

Analysis is very well supported All assumptions made are noted.

More than 15 relevant titles read.

Compelling analysis and identification of all relevant ethical issues.

 

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