Trends In IT Assignment

Trends In IT Assignment

 
Please click on the below link and submit your completed Week 13 Study Questions 1-10 and Exercises 1, 2 & 4:

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Trends In IT Assignment

 
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E-mail and Private Messages Assignment

E-mail and Private Messages Assignment
Assignment 1: Simulated Activity 1: E-mail and Private MessagesAssignment 1: Simulated Activity 1: E-mail and Private Messages As an online instructor, you correspond frequently with students via e-mail and/or private messages. This is where you can have a major impact, positive or negative, on your students. In this activity, you experience three multimedia simulations in which you must decide how best to respond. E-mail and Private Messages Assignment

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To Prepare: Review “Principles of Effective Online Teaching: #6 Think Before You Write” (Ragan, n.d.) from the Learning Resources. Consider your sphere of influence in the online classroom, specifically via e-mail and private messages with students. Go to the Online Teaching Simulation. Click on Module 3 and go to “E-mail and Private Messages” to engage in three scenarios: “Lucy’s Lack of Participation,” “Oliver’s Technical Difficulties,” and “Is Charlie Cheating?” You will consider the scenarios and follow various decision paths to see the potential results. By Day 3 of Week 5 For each scenario, assess the situation and choose a decision path to see the potential outcome. Go back to the beginning of each scenario and follow different paths to see how alternate responses might influence the results. By Day 7 of Week 5 Submit a 500-word analysis of the interactions you had with simulated students in this activity. Address the following questions in your analysis: Which choices led to better outcomes for each student? Explain why. Which choices led to worse outcomes for each student? Explain why. What insights did you gain from this activity?   E-mail and Private Messages Assignment

 
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Principles of Computed Tomography

Principles of Computed Tomography
The aim of the module is to allow learners working with CT to gain the knowledge and skills to develop a more in depth understanding of the theoretical applications of CT in order to enhance practice and service provision.
The Learning Outcomes:
On successful completion of the module you will be able to:
L1 demonstrate a critical understanding of the theoretical principles of image production, optimisation and manipulation including the role of image quality in patient diagnosis;Principles of Computed Tomography
L2 demonstrate a critical awareness of the principles, function and necessity of hardware and software options;
L3 critically analyse and evaluate the safety considerations and mechanisms of quality assurance;
L4 critically evaluate the role of the radiographer within the scanning facility;
L5 demonstrate a critical knowledge and understanding of the importance of operating within the limits of one’s own knowledge in and appreciate the important implications of this for clinical practice.

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To obtain a Pass you must gain a minimum of 50% for the written assignment The DPPR PG rubric will be used to provide feedback on the academic achievement of the assignment, the marking criteria directly links with the assignment guidelines. Please note: the rubric criteria are not equally weighted but provide an indication of the level of achievement for each criterion. The assessment guidelines will refer to the rubric criteria which can also be found at the end of this document.
Data Protection

  • You must not include any identifiable information in the reflective accounts or essay including staff or patient’s names, specific dates, hospital names, dates of  birth.
  • Inclusion of any identifiable data will result in a ‘Fail’ and possibly instigate disciplinary proceedings.

Assignment Title
Critically evaluate the role of computed tomography in the diagnosis and management of a chosen pathology. Include the following in your writing:

  • a clear introduction and conclusion;
  • a critical understanding of the principles involved in CT image acquisition;
  • a critical understanding of associated hardware and software;
  • a critical evaluation of the patient journey and associated service provision;
  • an evaluation of appropriate guidelines;
  • sensitivity and specificity of CT in the diagnosis of your chosen pathology.

Additional considerations:

  • a narrow focus should be identified to assure adequate depth of discussion;
  • extensive and balanced literature sources should be included to inform the discussion;
  • anonymised images can be included in the body of the text or as appendices.Principles of Computed Tomography

The essay should be fully referenced as per QMU guidelines with a word limit of 3000 +/- 10%.
If you are outside of this word limit then your mark will be capped at 50%.

  • Appendices not included in the word count
  • Referencing in text included in the word count
  • Reference list not included in the word count

All modular learning outcomes are relevant to the written assignment.
The main focus of the essay:
Criterion 1 demonstrate an understanding of CT practice and the patient pathway associated with the chosen pathology;
Criterion 2 demonstrate a critical understanding of theories and concepts central to CT practice;
Criterion 3 include high quality sources and comprehension of the literature as well as demonstrating the awareness of the strength and limitations of the selectedevidence whilst linking theory to practice;
Criterion 4 demonstrate an ability to sythesise ideas and concepts central to professional practice in CT and the patient pathway in relation to the chosen medical condition;
Criterion 5 demonstrate ability to challenge current CT imaging techniques in relation to the chosen medical condition;
Criterion 6 correct use of grammar, punctuation and spelling as well as accurate terminology and image labelling;
Criterion 7 include accurate referencing in the text and reference list in line with ‘QMU Write and Cite’;
Criterion 8 critically review, consolidate and extend knowledge and thinking with respect to current CT practice.Principles of Computed Tomography
Guidelines for the Presentation

  • Presented on single sides of A4 paper
  • Font style Arial, font size 11
  • Double spaced except for the Abstract, References and Appendices which should be single spaced
  • All text left aligned (non-justified)
  • Margins: left 4 cm; right 2.5 cm; top and bottom 2.5 cm each
  • Quotations of three lines or more to be indented and single spaced
  • Harvard referenced according to the current QMU Write and Cite guidelines
  • Titles to be positioned below figures and above tables
  • Numbers below 10 to be written in full unless followed by measurement units
  • Page numbers in the footer, centered and sequential
  • Bold or underlined headings and sub-headings may be used at your own discretion
  • QMU matriculation number only in the header

Submission Instructions
Submission to the reassessment dropbox: by 12:00pm 27th July 2020
Prior to submitting any assessment to the Hub for marking you should complete the table below and copy it to the front page of your assessment.
Matriculation Number
Module Code
Module Title
Assessment title if applicable (e.g. if you have been given a choice of topics state the topic you have chosen) Word Count
Do you have an agreed extended submission date for this assessment e.g.  agreed individual learning plan or agreed extenuating circumstances?
Submission to an incorrect dropbox will result in the assessment not being marked and a mark of ‘Non-submission’ awarded. Please retain confirmation of submission, in case this evidence is required.

  • Assignment feedback will be released through the Student Portal, you will receive an email when the marks and feedback have been released.
  • Feedback will be released in 15 working days, post submission date, in line with QMU policy.
  • If the feedback is delayed an announcement will be posted on the Hub.
  • If you have an extension to the original submission date, feedback will be released 15 working days from the date of submission.

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Turnitin Submission Guidelines
Assessment Regulations & Guidance on Making a Submission By submitting your assessments you have agreed that you have read and understood the Queen Margaret University assessment regulations.
Assessment Regulations

  • In line with QMU Assessment Regulations, students are reminded that it is their responsibility to submit all work for assessments in accordance with the requirements of

the course; you will not receive any communication should you fail to submit your assessments.Principles of Computed Tomography

  • Any student who submits work to be assessed after the assessment submission date and time, without the prior agreement of the Programme Leader, or without good or agreed cause, will have marks deducted according to the following criteria:
  • If submitted as a first diet after the deadline but up to and including 6 days after the deadline a maximum mark of 50% for postgraduate programmes.
  • After the above time a mark of 0% will be awarded
  • By submitting your assignment you are confirming that you understand the Queen Margaret University Assessment Regulations and that all marks and feedback released are provisional until confirmed by the Board of Examiners.

Guidance on Making a Submission

To submit your final work for marking you must submit it in the Assessment Dropbox. Submitting your work in the Similarity Checker Tool does not count as a submission.
Once you have submitted in the Assessment Dropbox you will be sent an email receipt to your QMU email address confirming you have successfully submitted, please retain this for  future reference. You will not receive an originality report upon submission. To receive an originality report prior to submission, process your work through the Similarity Checker Tool.Principles of Computed Tomography

 
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Powerpoint Presentation Question

Powerpoint Presentation Question

Instructions

Personal Leadership Training Plan: ExperienceIn Units II, IV, and V, you contributed to the Personal Leadership Training Plan and focused on attributes, knowledge, and skills. In this unit, you will add experience to your plan.Within your presentation, respond to the following points:

  • Explain the type of experiences you have had that will make you a strong leader.
  • Explain and evaluate your experience with organizational change. (This can be from your employer, club, church group, or family unit.) How did you facilitate the change, and was it successful?
  • How can you use Kotter’s 8-Step Process for organizational change during your future career?

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  • Add notes for the slides

Your completed PowerPoint presentation must be a minimum of 10 slides in length, not counting the title and reference slides. Additionally, a minimum of three peer-reviewed or academic resources must be used. Keep the text on the slides concise, and use the notes section to fully explain your ideas. All sources used must be cited and referenced according to APA style.

Powerpoint Presentation Question

 
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