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Youshould progressively develop your logical network design based on the scenario given on page 5 of this document. In this process, you are expected to participate in the weekly discussions and find the answers to the recommended discussion questions.  The weekly discussion questions have been selected and formulated not only to gradually increase your knowledge and skills in this unit but also to help youdevelop the logical and physical network designs.  If you do not attempt weekly discussion questions you would very likely produce a logical network design that would not satisfy the requirements and/or that cannot be justified.

Part A


In this part of Assessment Item 1, you willcreate and deliver an oral presentation on your logical network design. The scenario to be used for the logical network design is given on page 5. Please refer to the Unit Profile to understand how this part of the assessment item relates to the Unit Learning Outcomes (ULOs).


All students

You are to demonstrate your technical as well as presentation skills by presenting your logical network design, and receive feedback from your peers and/or the tutor.The presentation should include the outcomes of your weekly discussions to Q2 of Week 4, Q2 of Week 5 and Q2 of Week 6. Each of you need to upload a copy of the presentation slides of your group to Moodle before delivering the presentation.


On-Campus students

On-campus students should deliver their presentations during the class time in weeks 7 and 8. Students will be required to work in groups of up to 4or individually. The maximum duration for each presentation groupwill be 15 minutes, including 5 minutes for answering the questions and the discussion. This time frame will be strictly enforced due to time constraints.


Please note that the presentations must be completed on the scheduled day. If a student or a group does not present on the scheduled day, they will receive 0marks for Part A unless they have a valid reason supported by evidence such as amedical certificate.


Distance students

Distance students should contact the unit coordinator by the end of week 3 and agree for a suitable presentation method and time. The presentations could also be recorded by the student (or the group) and uploaded to YouTube with a link provided in the presentation slides. Answering of questions and the discussion could then be undertaken via telephone at a mutually agreed time. Students will have to complete their presentationsin weeks 7 and 8 of the term.



Each student needs to upload a copy of the presentation slides of their group to Moodle before delivering the presentation.


Assessment criteria

The marking criteria for Part A of the Assessment Item 1are provided on page 3.

You need to familiarise themselves with the marking criteria to ensure that you have addressed them when preparing and presenting this assessment item.


Assessment Item 1 – Part A - Marking Criteria


Group members:                                                                                                                Date:









1.     Presentationstructure:







a. Introduction(1 Mark)

Introduceyourself (or your group) andtheroad map.Aimto engageyour audiencefromthebeginningofthepresentation.








b.Body(3 Marks)

Markswillbegivenforthequalityofthecontent that you deliver.Thecontentmust explain your logical design supported by the outcomes of the specified weekly discussion questions.








c. Conclusion(1 Mark)

Summarisethekeypointsthat you presented in the body.








2.     Delivery(2 Marks)

Do not read the fulltext, practice and keep to thetime limit.

Use the time carefully withoutrushingattheend.








3.     Questions(2 Marks)

Coping with questions at the end of the presentation (the telephone interview for the distance students).








4.     Presentation slides(1 Mark)

Ensure that the slide contents are clearly visibletoentireaudience and your slides are well–prepared and useful.

Use your slides effectively (i.e. integratedinto thepresentation).









Totalfor Part A








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