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You have been asked to make a 10-minute presentation to the IT director and his/her management team to explain the benefits that an Enterprise 2.0 implementation could bring to the organisation.

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Learning Outcomes:
Critically evaluate Quality Assurance in web-based Content Management Systems;
Critically evaluate the implementation and management of security in web environments;
Appraise the legal, ethical and social aspects of web-based information and content management systems;
Demonstrate ability to communicate clearly and effectively, in a range of forms, taking account of different audiences;
Demonstrate ability to develop creative solutions to problems, and to think independently, analytically and creatively, and to engage imaginatively with new areas of investigation.

Scenario

You are strongly advised not to copy and paste material from elsewhere (including from previous students) for any part of this coursework.  All submissions will be passed through TurnItIn for an authenticity report, and action taken against any student where there is evidence of plagiarism.

As the Quality Assurance manager in a multinational organisation with 30,000 employees you have decided to investigate Enterprise 2.0 systems that could be implemented to

  1. Improve the standard of documentation within the organisation
  2. Facilitate group work

You have seen demonstrations of SharePoint, Alfresco, Drupal, Joomla! and Concrete4 at a conference, and have been impressed by the range of functionality that they offer.

Task 1 (30%)

You have been asked to make a 10-minute presentation to the IT director and his/her management team to explain the benefits that an Enterprise 2.0 implementation could bring to the organisation.  In your presentation you need to give detailed examples of the functionality in a system of your choice, which you must specify, that it would provide in both of the two categories listed above.   For this task you need to produce a presentation (in PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.).  Images from your slides need to be included in your report, along with references to support your argument.

Task 2 (20%)

You are also required to record and upload a Panopto screencast (screen capture plus voice over) of your presentation.  This is to enable those who were not able to attend the meeting to view your presentation. 

Make sure you include the URL of the screencast in your report.

Task 3 (20%)

Currently, many staff members are using Web 2.0 systems such as Facebook, Flickr, box.net and DropBox for online storage, Doodle for scheduling meetings, and Google docs for word processing and other office tasks.  Legal issues may arise from this approach, and an Enterprise 2.0 solution may help, but staff still need clear guidelines as to what is acceptable and what is not.

Produce a set of suitable guidelines for staff on the legal aspects appropriate to Enterprise 2.0 systems, making reference to relevant legislation.

Task 4 (30%)

Include three discrete examples from your own lab work using an Enterprise 2.0 system to illustrate the wide range of functionality that is available. (10% for each example, total 30%).  Make sure you explain in detail the functionality illustrated, n. and include annotated screenshots.

 

Report Format

Your report for tasks 1 and 3 should contain a range of suitable references to support your conclusions, and a bibliography of material you have consulted as part of your research.  There should be very little material copied from elsewhere, and what is copied must be clearly identified in “quote marks and in italics” and a reference provided.

Marks will be deducted if your report does not meet professional standards for a report.

Assessment Criteria

Task 1    30%

Task 2    20%

Task 3    20%

Task 4    30%

Indicative Grading Criteria

>=70%
High standard of analysis supported by research              
Professional standard of report and screencast, with appropriate documentation
High level of evaluative commentary

60-69%
Good standard of analysis supported by research
Professional standard of report and screencast
Limited evaluative commentary

50-59%
Acceptable standard of analysis supported by research
Acceptable standard of report and screencast
Limited evaluative commentary

40-49%
Acceptable standard of analysis partly supported by research
Acceptable standard of report and screencast
Limited evaluative commentary

<40%
Poor analysis
Few requirements met
Poor standard of report or screencast
No evaluative commentary

 

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