Subject Code and Name CMP1042 Information SystemsAssessment


Subject Code and Name CMP1042 Information Systems
Assessment Number 1
Assessment Title Visual Presentation
Assessment Type Individual Presentation
Length or Duration 500 words +/- 10%
Subject Learning Outcomes SLO 1
Submission Date / Time Due by 11:55pm AEST Sunday end of Module 5 (Week 5).
Weighting 20%
Assessment Purpose
In any organisation, information systems with specific purposes are available to employees at various levels of seniority and responsibility. For example, senior managers might use an Executive Support System (ESS) to formulate strategy and monitor progress towards its implementation.
This assessment asks the student to populate a hierarchy of information systems and to describe these individual systems and their relationships to each other.
Students are also asked to describe how the functioning of these systems might be improved by the implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.
Assessment Task / Item
Submit a set of six (6 ) presentation slides and associated slide notes, that describe a set of four (4) information systems and their inter-dependencies, as described in ’Instructions’ below.
This is an individual assessment.
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Assessment Instructions
Using presentation software, like Microsoft PowerPoint, Prezi or similar, you must create a visual presentation of six (6) slides that addresses each of the tasks below.
Each slide should include images or diagrams explaining the information being discussed. The slide notes for the set of six (6) slides should total 500 words. Both the slide images and the slide notes are to be submitted as completion of this assessment.
1. On one (1) slide, create a hierarchy of information systems diagram based on ‘Figure 1’ below, using the following systems:
a) MIS
b) DSS
c) TPS
d) ESS
In your diagram, specify which system goes in which section of the diagram, and explain why in your notes.
2. Using four (4) slides (one per system), describe the inputs, outputs and purpose of each of these systems, and their relationship to other systems in the hierarchy.
3. On one (1) slide, create summarise the possible benefits of replacing some/all/any of these systems with an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.
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Assessment Rubric
Task Descriptor (F)
Fail (P) Pass (C) Credit (D)
Distinction (HD)
High Distinction
Describe the inputs, outputs and purpose of each information system
(ESS, MIS, DSS, TPS)
35% Description of inputs, outputs and purpose of each system missing or
incorrect;
Fewer than 2 correct examples provided for both
inputs and outputs;
No examples provided for each system;
Figure 1 incorrectly
populated
Description of inputs, outputs and purpose of each system provided,
with some
significant errors;
2 correct examples provided for both inputs and outputs, but without clear imagery;
Examples provided for each system, though not all are correct;
Figure 1 correctly populated
Purpose and description of inputs, outputs and each system provided, with some minor errors;
2 correct examples provided for both inputs and outputs, supported by clear
imagery and labels;
Correct examples provided for each system;
Figure 1 correctly populated Clear description provided of inputs, outputs and purpose of each system, with few
errors’
3 correct examples provided for both inputs and outputs, supported by clear
imagery and labels’
2 correct examples provided for each system;
Figure 1 correctly populated
Complete, concise and accurate description provided of inputs, outputs and purpose of each system, with no
errors;
4 correct examples provided for both inputs and outputs, supported by clear imagery and labels;
2 correct examples provided for each system, supported by clear imagery and labels;
Figure 1 correctly populated
Describe the relationships between the four systems (ESS, MIS, DSS, TPS)
25% Description of the relationships between the systems and the data exchanged and/or shared
missing or incorrect
Description of the relationships between the
systems included;
Information about the data exchanged and/or shared unclear or not completely accurate
Clear description of the relationships between the systems included, and supported by evidence;
Information about the data exchanged and/or shared provided and supported by examples, but with minor errors Near complete description of the relationships between the systems included, and supported by relevant evidence and simple
imagery;
Information about the data exchanged and/or shared provided and supported by relevant academic resources, examples and with
minimal errors
Complete, succinct and accurate description of the relationships between the systems included, and supported by relevant evidence and clear, engaging
imagery and labels;
Information about the data exchanged and/or shared provided and supported by relevant academic resources, and accurate examples without error
Summarise the possible benefits of replacing some/all/any of the four systems (ESS, MIS, DSS, TPS) with an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.
Description of an ERP system not included
Organisational benefits of replacing some/all/any of the Description of and
ERP system unclear
Organisational benefits of replacing some/all/any of the four systems with Basic description provided of an ERP system, with some inaccuracy;
Organisational benefits of replacing some of Clear description and example of an ERP system
provided;
Organisational benefits of replacing all four Accurate, concise description of an ERP system provided, supported by a relevant example and explanation of
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20% four systems with an ERP not
included
an ERP system included, but unclear or insufficiently explained the four systems with an ERP system clearly discussed systems with an ERP system clearly discussed and supported by examples why example been
selected;
Organisational benefits of replacing all four systems with an ERP system clearly discussed and supported examples and relevant academic evidence
Quality of information presented
10%
Information is unclear, inconsistent or
inaccurate;
Document missing a lot of key information
Information, arguments and evidence are presented in a way that is not always
clear and logical, with minimum information
provided;
Some inconsistency or ambiguity in the writing
Information, arguments and evidence are reasonably well presented, with some information a little ambiguous, but all key elements and pages included Information, arguments and evidence are very well presented, logical, clear and well supported by evidence
Almost all information is written clearly and concisely All information is written very clearly
and concisely, and is logical, persuasive, and well supported by evidence, demonstrating a clear flow of ideas
and argument;
Engages and sustains audience’s interest in the topic, and uses diverse, relevant imagery
Correct citation of key resources and evidence
10%. Demonstrates inconsistent use of good quality, credible and relevant resources to support and develop ideas Demonstrates use of some resources to support and develop ideas, but these are not relevant, current or cited correctly Demonstrates use of resources to support and develop ideas, with a few errors in the citations Demonstrates use of credible, current and relevant resources to support and develop arguments and statements, with most citations correct
Demonstrates use of high-quality, credible current and relevant resources to support and develop arguments and position statements with no errors in the citation
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