You are required to upload a screen recording showing a demonstration of your final working solution.

Coursework Assessment Brief

Assessment Details 

Module Title:

Programming for Problem Solving

Module Code:

COM728

Module Leader:

 

Level:

7

Assessment Title:

The Software Project Demonstration

Assessment Number:

AE2

Assessment Type:

Software Demonstration

Restrictions on Time/Word Count:

No more than 10 minutes

Consequence of not meeting time/word count limit:

It is essential that assignments keep within the time/word count limit stated above. Any work beyond the maximum time/word length permitted will be disregarded and not

accounted for in the final grade.

Individual/Group:

Individual

If a group

-

Assessment Weighting:

40%

Issue Date:

25th September 2023

Hand In Date:

11th January 2024 by 4:00 pm.

Planned Feedback Date:

Within 4 working weeks

Mode of Submission:

Online via SOL

Only FINAL submissions will be accepted. DRAFT submissions

will not be considered an attempt and will not be marked.

Number of copies to be submitted:

A screen recording of your demonstration. This should be an MP4 video file of no more than 10 minutes in duration and less than 250 MB in size. You should use the assessment submission link for AE2 on SOL to submit the recording.

It is crucial that the software you present matches the software development you have implemented and submitted for AE1. If you demonstrate different software from what you submitted, it will lead to a failing grade for

your demonstration.

Anonymous Marking

This assessment is exempt from anonymous marking.

Assessment Task

You are required to upload a screen recording showing a demonstration of your final working solution. This should be an MP4 video file or Panopto file of no more than 10 minutes in duration and less than 250 MB in size. The recorded demonstration should show you opening your project in Jupyter Notebook to show all the structure of your project, executing it and the result of selecting option. You should also show evidence of the development of the software artefact. You need to include a voice over briefly explaining in technical aspect of the implementation. There might be a question session later if it is needed by request from tutor.

Demonstration Outline

-       Introduce yourself: your name

-       Brief structure of your project

-       Demonstrate the project work and results:

§  Demonstrate and discuss the technical implementation of the column and condition from you own selection in task a4.

§  Demonstrate and discuss the technical implementation of analysis result based on your own selection in task b4.

§  Demonstrate and discuss the technical implementation of visualisation of your choice on task c4.

You should justify the reason of your selection to retrieve/analyse/visualise that specify columns/information.

It is crucial that the software you present matches the software development you have implemented and submitted for AE1. If you demonstrate different software from what you submitted, it will lead to a failing grade for your presentation.

Learning Outcomes

This assessment will enable you to demonstrate in full or in part your fulfilment of the following learning outcomes identified in the Module Descriptor:

Living CV

As part of the University`s Work Ready, Future Ready strategy, you will be expected to build a professional, Living CV as you successfully engage and pass each module of your degree.

The Living CV outputs evidenced on completion of this assessment are:

1.I can solve real-world problems by getting and analysing large amounts of data.

2.I can confidently write Python code to obtain, manipulate, and analyse real-world dataset.

3.I am experienced in using environment tool such as Jupyter notebook to design, implement, test and evaluate solutions.

4.I can conduct written and verbal presentations to share insights to audiences of varying levels of technical sophistication.

Please add these to your CV via the Living CV builder platform on Solent Futures Online Solent Futures Online

Important Information

Solent University Academic Regulations 2023-24

Late Submissions

You are reminded that:

i.If this assessment is submitted late i.e. within 7 calendar days of the submission deadline, the mark will be capped at 40% if a pass mark is achieved;

ii.If this assessment is submitted later than 7 calendar days after the submission deadline, the work will be regarded as a non-submission and will be awarded a zero;

iii.If this assessment is being submitted as a referred piece of work, then it must be submitted by the deadline date; any Refer assessment submitted late will be regarded as a non-submission and will be awarded a zero.

Assessment regulations

Extenuating Circumstances

The University’s Extenuating Circumstances (EC) procedure is in place if there are genuine short term exceptional circumstances that may prevent you submitting an assessment. You are able to self-certify for up to two assessment dates in any semester without supporting evidence for an extension of up to seven calendar days for coursework or to defer an exam to the resit period.

Alternatively, if you are not `fit to study’ (or you have used up your two self-certification opportunities), you can request:

-  an extension to the submission deadline of 7 calendar days, or

-  a request to submit the assessment at the next opportunity, i.e. the resit period (as a Defer without capping of the grade).

In both instances you must submit an EC application with relevant evidence. If accepted under the university regulations there will be no academic penalty for late submission or non-submission

dependent on what is requested. You are reminded that EC covers only short-term issues (20 working days) and that if you experience longer term matters that impact on your learning then you must contact the Student Hub for advice.

Please find a link to the EC policy below:

Extenuating Circumstances

Academic Misconduct

Any submission must be your own work and, where facts or ideas have been used from other sources, these sources must be appropriately referenced. The University’s Academic Regulations includes the definitions of all practices that will be deemed to constitute academic misconduct. You should check this link before submitting your work.

Procedures relating to student academic misconduct are given below:

Academic Misconduct

Ethics Policy

The work being carried out must be in compliance with the university Ethics Policy. Where there is an ethical issue, as specified within the Ethics Policy, then you will need an ethics release or ethics approval prior to the start of the project.

The Ethics Policy is contained within Section 2S of the Academic Handbook:

Ethics Policy

Grade marking

The University uses an alpha numeric grade scale for the marking of assessments. Unless you have been specifically informed otherwise your marked assignment will be awarded a letter/number grade. More detailed information on grade marking and the grade scale can be found on the portal and in the Student Handbook.

Grade Marking Scale

Guidance for online submission through Solent Online Learning (SOL)

Online Submission

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