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Your studies will be governed by the BCU Academic Regulations on Assessment, Progression and Awards.

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Standard Postgraduate Regulations

 

Your studies will be governed by the BCU Academic Regulations on Assessment, Progression and Awards. Copies of regulations can be found at https://icity.bcu.ac.uk/Academic- Services/Information-for-Students/Academic-Regulations-2018-19

 

For courses accredited by professional bodies such as the IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) there are some exemptions from the standard regulations, and these are detailed in your Programme Handbook

 

Cheating and Plagiarism

 

Both cheating and plagiarism are totally unacceptable, and the University maintains a strict policy against them. It is YOUR responsibility to be aware of this policy and to act accordingly. Please refer to the Academic Registry Guidance at https://icity.bcu.ac.uk/Academic-Registry/Information- for-Students/Assessment/Avoiding-Allegations-of-Cheating

 

The basic principles are:

Don’t pass off anyone else’s work as your own, including work from “essay banks”. This is plagiarism and is viewed extremely seriously by the University.

Don’t submit a piece of work in whole or in part that has already been submitted for assessment elsewhere. This is called duplication and, like plagiarism, is viewed extremely seriously by the University.

Always acknowledge all of the sources that you have used in your coursework assignment or project.

If you are using the exact words of another person, always put them in quotation marks.

Check that you know whether the coursework is to be produced individually or whether you can work with others.

If you are doing group work, be sure about what you are supposed to do on your own.

Never make up or falsify data to prove your point.

Never allow others to copy your work.

Never lend disks, memory sticks or copies of your coursework to any other student in the University; this may lead you being accused of collusion.

 

By submitting coursework, either physically or electronically, you are confirming that it is your own work (or, in the case of a group submission, that it is the result of joint work undertaken by members of the group that you represent) and that you have read and understand the University’s guidance on plagiarism and cheating.

 

You should be aware that coursework may be submitted to an electronic detection system in order to help ascertain if any plagiarised material is present. You may check your own work prior to submission using Turnitin at the Formative Moodle Site. If you have queries about what constitutes plagiarism, please speak to your module tutor or the Centre for Academic Success.

 

 

Electronic Submission of Work

 

It is your responsibility to ensure that work submitted in electronic format can be opened on a faculty computer and to check that any electronic submissions have been successfully uploaded. If it cannot be opened it will not be marked. Any required file formats will be specified in the assignment brief and failure to comply with these submission requirements will result in work not being marked. You must retain a copy of all electronic work you have submitted and re-submit if requested.

 

 

 

Assessment Details:

 

 

 

Title:

Online Quiz

 

Type:

Online Assessment

 

Style:

Online quiz

 

Learning Outcomes to be Assessed:

Understanding different techniques/skills in data analytics, visualisation and influence in social media.

Understanding of how to utilize various Application Programming Interface (API) services to collect data from different social media sources.

Conduct basic social network and statistical analysis to render network visualisations and to understand network characteristics.

 

Rationale:

 

This assessment allows students to develop a deep understanding of social network sources and characteristics, which is the core for understanding analytics and influence in social media. The assessment also helps students to develop their problem solving, analytical and time management skills.

 

Description:

 

The quiz will test students’ ability in the mastery of data collection, APIs, data types, ethics and Influence in social media, Role of social media analytics in predicting the future. i.e., consumer behaviour, Network Structure, Basics of Social Network Analysis – at the network level such as density, clustering classification, segmentation, degree distribution etc.; at the vertices level – centrality, betweenness, closeness; at the sub-graph level – trades communities – and network visualisation. The quiz is to be completed in 1-hour after which students will be automatically timed-out.

 

Additional information:

 

For advice on writing style, referencing and academic skills, please make use of the Centre for Academic Success: https://icity.bcu.ac.uk/celt/centre-for-academic-success

 

Workload: The quiz requires at least 10 hours of preparation/studying. Estimated number of words in the quiz is 1000.

 

Transferable skills

 

The student will benefit from doing these assessments in developing both technical and transferable skills, which include:

Problem solving

Programming skills

Analytical skills

Time management

Project management

Written communication skills

 

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