ASSESSMENT 3 BRIEF MIS605 Systems Analysis and Design Subject Code and Title Assessment 3 –Video Collage Assessment Group Individual/Group 15 minutes Length The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful Learning Outcomes completion of the task below include: (d)Demonstrate team work skills and empathy while maintaining high level of ethical and legal behaviour and standards as a professional. Due by 11:55pm AEST Sunday end of Module 6.1 (Week 11) Submission 30% Weighting 100 marks Total Marks Task Summary Apply human interface design skills and design a prototype either as a web application or a mobile application  for  an  online  student  enrolment  system  and  create  a  short  video  describing  the prototype to a client. Context In the previous two assessments (i.e. Assessment 1 and 2), you conducted a requirement analysis and a high-level design for an online student enrolment system. Using the human interface design principles and techniques, now it is time to develop a prototype for ABCU and communicate that prototype to the relevant stakeholders involved the project. Task Instructions Group formation Form groups of 2 -3 members. Please read the attached MIS605_Assessment 3_Group Working Guide document for more information about group formation. Case scenario Please read Assessment 1_Case Study -Online Student Enrolment System at ABC University. Please note that every piece of information provided in this case study serves a purpose. MIS605_Assessment_3_Brief_VideoCollage_Module 6 Page 1 of 6

Complete the following tasks: Part A –The Prototype Based on the case study as well as the requirement analysis and design specification you completed for Assessment 1 and Assessment 2 respectively, develop a prototype for the System. The prototype must address the following criteria: conform to human interface design guidelines in Module 5 reflect all major functional requirements in the case and additional requirements in Assignment 1 be in a digital form, viz. Please note that hand drawn on a piece of paper is not acceptable enable all actors of the System to perform their designated task be designed as either a web application XOR a mobile app. (60 marks) Part B -Video Record a video of YOU demonstrating the prototype you built in Task 1 to the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) of ABCU. The length of the video should be between 13 – 15 minutes. As a minimum, you will need to demonstrate: how the prototype/IS solution meets the business requirement of ABCU the advantages of the type of application of choice over the other. For example, if the prototype is a mobile app, demonstrate advantages of a mobile app over a web application how each actor in the System will interact with the System, viz. how they would be able to complete their tasks through the System (40 marks) Part C –Peer Evaluation It is required that each individual student complete a confidential peer evaluation on the other team members. Please see documents Group Work Guidelines and Group Participation Matrix found in Assessment 3 link via main navigation menu. Referencing It is essential that you use appropriate APA style for citing and referencing research. Please see more information on referencing here http://library.laureate.net.au/research_skills/referencing Submission Instructions There are two submission points for this assessment: Graded submission-Group submission Each team will submit a video and all the supporting documents via the Assessment 3 sectionfound in the main navigation menu of the subject Blackboard site. You are required to compress all files into a single zip file (i.e.the video and the prototype with all supporting documents). MIS605_Assessment_3_Brief_VideoCollage_Module 6 Page 2 of 6

Please submit ONE zip file (.zip, NOT .rar ) via the Assessment link within Assessment 3. All use case diagramsmust be inserted into that MSWord document. Physical copies/Email submissions are not accepted. The Learning Facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades. Peer Evaluation –Individual Submission Each individual student is to submit a completed team participation score matrix document in the Assessment 3 –Peer Evaluation submission link. Please submit a peer review correctly, as no submission may result is zero grading for this assessment criteria . MIS605_Assessment_3_Brief_VideoCollage_Module 6 Page 3 of 6

Assessment Rubric Fail Credit Assessment (Functional) (Exceptional) minimum standard) 50-64% 65-74% 75-84% 85-100% User Interface Design The prototype reflects The prototype functional The prototype reflects The prototype reflects The prototype reflects limited knowledge of the knowledge of the user proficient knowledge of the advanced knowledge of the exceptional knowledge of 40% user interface design interface design guidelines user interface design user interface design the user interface design guidelines for the for the platform of choice, guidelines for the platform guidelines for the platform guidelines for the platform platform of choice, which which is demonstrated by of choice, which is of choice, which is of choice, which is is demonstrated by meeting the following demonstrated by meeting demonstrated by meeting demonstrated by meeting meeting the following criteria: the following criteria: the following criteria: the following criteria: criteria: The interfaces are not The interfaces are The interfaces are user The interfaces are The interfaces are not entirely user friendly and moderately user friendly and are easy to exceptionally user user friendly and are some less advanced friendly and are easy to navigate. friendly and are easy to difficult to navigate. users may find it difficult navigate. The design language is navigate. The design language to navigate. The design language is used largely The design language is is used inconsistently. There is noticeable used somewhat consistently. used consistently It is not evident that inconsistency in the consistently. The user interface throughout the the user interface design language. The user interface accommodates users prototype. attempted to The user interface made accommodates users with different skill The user interface accommodate users an unsuccessful attempt with two different skill levels. accommodates users with different skill to accommodate users levels. The user interface auto with a range of levels. with different skill levels. The user interface auto adjusts to different different skill levels. The user interface The user interface adjusts to different screen sizes and The user interface auto does not respond to changes according to screen sizes and orientations. adjusts to different different screen sizes, screen sizes but there is orientation, but the screen sizes, orientation or significant room for adjusted layout has resolutions and resolutions. improvement in the some room for orientations. adjusted layout. improvement. Completeness and The prototype The prototype successfully The prototype successfully The prototype successfully The prototype successfully accuracy implemented few major implemented most major implemented all major implemented some implemented many functional requirements functional requirements that functional requirements functionalities beyond the functionalities beyond the MIS605_Assessment_3_Brief_VideoCollage_Module 6 Page 4 of 6

that are reasonably are reasonably expected from that are reasonably most obvious major most obvious major 20% expected from a system in a system in the case study to expected from a system in functional requirements functional requirements the case study to have, have, but missed a few major the case study to have. that are reasonably that are reasonably and missed many major functional requirements. expected from a system in expected from a system in functional requirements. The prototype effectively the case study to have. the case study to have. It is not evident from the demonstrates an almost The prototype shows a prototype that students have complete and somewhat The prototype effectively The prototype effectively significant lack of a complete and accurate accurate understanding of demonstrates a complete demonstrates an understanding of the user understanding of the user the user requirements in and accurate understanding exceptionally complete and requirement in the case requirements in the case the case study. of the user requirements in accurate understanding of study. study. the case study. the user requirements in the case study. Effective Difficult to understand for Presentation is sometimes Presentation is easy to Engages audience interest. Engages and sustains Communication audience, no logical/clear difficult to follow. follow. Information, arguments and audience interest. structure, poor flow of Information, arguments and Information, arguments and evidence are very well Expertly presented. The 25% ideas, argument lacks evidence are presented in a evidence are well presented. The presentation is logical, supporting evidence. way that is not always clear presented, mostly clear presentation is logical, clear persuasive, and well- and logical. flow of ideas and and well-supported by supported by evidence, Stilted, awkward and/or arguments. evidence. demonstrating a clear flow oversimplified delivery. Correct, but often stilted or of ideas and arguments. awkward delivery. Correct, but occasionally Clear and confident Limited use of engaging stilted or awkward delivery. delivery. Clear, confident and presentation techniques. Sometimes uses engaging persuasive delivery. (e.g. posture; eye contact; presentation techniques (e.g. Uses engaging presentation Confidently and consistently gestures; volume, pitch posture; eye contact; techniques (e.g. posture; uses a range of engaging Dynamic, integrated and and pace of voice) gestures; volume, pitch and eye contact; gestures; presentation techniques professional use of a wide pace of voice) volume, pitch and pace of (e.g. posture; eye contact, range of engaging Presentation aids are not voice) expression; gestures; presentation techniques employed or developed as Employs basic, but generally volume, pitch and pace of (e.g. posture; eye contact, directed. accurate presentation aids as Employs clear and voice; stance; movement) expression; gestures; directed. A numberof aspects somewhat engaging volume, pitch and pace of require further refinement presentation aids as Employs succinct, styled voice; stance; movement) (e.g. amount of information, directed. A few aspects and engaging presentation styling, editing, etc.). require further refinement aids that incorporate a Employs succinct, creative (e.g. amount of range of elements and engaging presentation MIS605_Assessment_3_Brief_VideoCollage_Module 6 Page 5 of 6

information, styling, (graphics, multi-media, text, aids that effectively editing, etc.). charts, etc.). integrate a wide range of elements (graphics, multi- media, text, charts, etc.). Team Work Does not participate Participates effectively in Contributes to small group Understands group Builds team’s identity and effectively in a team teams. discussions to reach dynamics and team roles. commitment. 15% environment. agreement on issues. Identifies team and individual Facilitates team Leads the team. Places individual goals goals, tasks, responsibilities Works together with others development. ahead of the group and schedules. towards shared goals. Evaluates teams’ outcomes. responsibility. Renegotiates Contributes to group Renegotiates responsibilities responsibilities, tasks and Implements strategies for Hinders the group process processes. to meet needed change. schedules to meet needed enhancing team and upsets the schedule. change. effectiveness. Supports the team. MIS605_Assessment_3_Brief_VideoCollage_Module 6 Page 6 of 6