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Assessment Cover Sheet

Student ID Cohort

Student Name

Programme

Enrolled

Diploma in Information Technology Software Development (Level 6)

Course Code / Title ICT638 Mobile and App Development

Assessment Title Assessment 2 - Portfolio Assessment Type Theory

Level 6 Credit 15

Tutor Nidia Jackson Due Date 15/11/2019

Student Declaration

I declare that:

? I have read and understood the New Zealand School of Education Ltd (NZSE) policies and

regulations on assessments as laid out in the student handbook.

? I am aware of the penalties for cheating and plagiarism as laid out in the student handbook.

? This is an original assessment and is entirely my own work. Where I have quoted or made use of

the ideas of other writers, I have acknowledged the source.

? This assessment has been prepared exclusively for this course and has not been or will not be

submitted as assessed work in any other course.

? It has been explained to me that this assessment may be used by NZSE, for internal and/or

external moderation.

? I have advised the tutor of any special needs that I have upon enrolment or prior to this

assessment taking place.

Student Signature Date

Tutor to Complete

Assessment Result Total Marks /100

Assessor’s Comment

Assessor Name Signature

?NZSE v1.0 2 / 9

ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS

Resources and/or equipment which may be used for this activity

? NZSE issued material. ? The Internet.

The required conditions relating to this activity

? This is an open-book assessment to be completed in an agreed environment. Resources for

this course may be used in the assessment.

? Acceptable format of this assessment word processed on A4 paper or as required

? Place your Name, Student ID number, Assessment and Task Number on all loose documents

you are submitting with the assessment.

? Any excerpt of legislations may be used with references referenced with accordance to APA

6

th Edition (e.g. internet, library, newspaper articles, reference books etc.), however, any

written report must be your own work with no assistance from any other party.

? You will need to write detailed paragraph(s) covering the required information for each Task

in your own words.

? Proofread and spell check all assessment work carefully.

Method of assessment

? Evidence requirements: Written assessment, or as per requirements of the Standard

Setting Body.

Moderation of assessment

To comply with the moderation process, assessors should ensure the following:

? Written evidence is provided.

? A videotape or audiotape of any oral testing is made if required.

? Student assessment samples may be used for internal / external moderation requirements.

Evidence Validity

Where any assessment, or part of any assessment, is carried out under “non-controlled” conditions,

students are required to sign a declaration stating that the work submitted is their own original work

and that any material that has been reproduced has been fully referenced.

?NZSE v1.0 3 / 9

PLAGIARISM

Plagiarism is a form of academic cheating. At New Zealand School of Education, plagiarism

is not tolerated and is a serious academic offence, which could lead to a student being

dismissed from their programme.

Plagiarism is defined as:

1. When students use or copy someone else’s work without giving proper credit –

failure to cite adequately.

2. Downloading sources from the internet and claiming it as student’s original work.

3. Assisting others to cheat by giving a copy of assessments to use for their advantage.

New Zealand School of Education expects all students to complete their own or group work

with integrity and honesty. Such integrity maintains the reputation and quality of our

certificates, and diplomas.

To maintain the quality of the standards of NZSE qualifications, all students and staff have a

responsibility to prevent, discourage and report cheating in coursework.

If plagiarism is found in any assessments, a disciplinary process will occur as per the

disciplinary procedures outlined in the New Zealand School of Education Student

Handbook.

?NZSE v1.0 4 / 9

Assessment Information

1. This is an individual open book assessment worth 60% of your total course marks.

2. There are 3 tasks in this assessment. You have 3 weeks to complete this assessment.

3. Up to 15% of the content may be quoted or paraphrased from other sources provided you

acknowledge and cite the original source of the material you use. Use APA 6th referencing

on all quoted or paraphrased material.

4. Late assessments will incur a penalty of 5% per day (unless an extension is granted before

the due date). Any assessment received later than 7 days after the due date will not be

marked.

5. Unless otherwise specified, all documents are to be produced following NZSE standards.

These are: Normal font is Calibri, size 12 point for the body of all documents with the text

fully justified. Headings should not exceed 16 points in size except on a title page where

larger fonts are appropriate for the title of a report. Documents should use 1.15 spacing

within a paragraph and have a space between paragraphs. Footers should be created on the

report that includes a page number.

Assessment Outcomes

This assessment is mapped to the following learning outcomes for this course:

LO 1: Evaluate and implement features of client-server systems using Java Enterprise

edition and/or .NET

LO 3: Demonstrate mastery of distributed algorithms

LO 4: Research and apply contemporary remote technologies such as RMI, CORBA, .NET

remoting, and web services

LO 5: Apply standard design principles and algorithms in the construction of a distributed

system

Submissions

A pdf file named with your student id followed by your first name should be submitted to Canvas

Turnitin by 15 Nov 2019, 5:00PM via a link which will be provided in the Assessment section of the

course on Canvas. For example, if your student id is i54321 and your full name is Raymund Lee then

the compressed file name should be i54321_Raymund_Lee.pdf.

?NZSE v1.0 5 / 9

Summary Marking Schedule

Section Item Max Mark Student

Mark

Comments

Task 1

Evaluate the different client-server

systems and explain the feasibility

of using REST web services

15

Task 2 Describe distributed algorithms

and analyse why they are required.

15

Task 3 Design of the solution 60

Structure and organisation of ideas, English

writing, and APA Referencing 10

Total Marks 100

Assessment Tasks

Portfolio (Individual)

Case Study: Rent-a-go real-estate service provider scenario

Rent-a-go, a real-estate firm specializing in rental properties is looking at developing a mobile

application for its clients on Android platform.

The application shows all the available properties on a map in the application with a pointer.

Clicking the pointer will open a new page with details on that rental property that includes but not

limited to the weekly rent, the number of bedrooms, the number of bathrooms and a default

image.

The application is to obtain the data from another web application that is accessible by the

application.

Tasks

1. Evaluate the different client-server systems that are applicable in the above scenario and

explain the feasibility of using REST web services in the above scenario. (LO 1 ,4)

2. Describe distributed algorithms and analyze why they are required in most applications

these days. (LO 3)

3. Based on the distributed system theory, design a solution applying design principles in the

construction of a distributed system using REST API. You must include a diagram that

outlines the basics of the system and a service flow diagram from backend to frontend. (LO

1,4,5)

You must satisfy the below requirements:

1. apply design principles in constructing the distributed system;

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2. include a block diagram that outlines the basics of the system and explain the

different components; and

3. include a service flow diagram

The above will be in one submitted document.

?NZSE v1.0 7 / 9

NZDITSWD6 ICT638 – Mobile and App Development

Assessment 2: Portfolio Marking Criteria

Criteria Excellent Good Acceptable Need Improvement Unacceptable


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