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Assessment Summary

Title: Digital Folio Group: Individual

Graded out of: 40 Weight: 40%

Due date: Week 10 15th of September 2019 (11: 55 pm)

Submission: Online: Hardcopy

Instructions: Students should built their portfolio continuously during unit and required to submit using the

submission tool located under the week 10 section of moodle.

Summary: Students should demonstrate their skills in designing and developing with specific creative

technologies. A recommended template consists of:

Name:

Link to portfolio:

Portfolio Element 1

? Brief description of the technology being demonstrated.

? Citation for tutorial used.

? Output of that tutorial.

? A description of how you demonstrate your ability with respect to this technology.

? The output that you have produced (usually images).

? Any features that the marking team should particularly take note of.

Portfolio Element 2

Portfolio Element 3

Portfolio Element 4

… Portfolio Element n

References

Key Criteria

? Demonstrate technical competence

? Demonstrate creativity in adapting materials

? Quality of presentation

? Referencing

? Value of a portfolio

Relevant Content Weeks & ULOs

?Week 1 ?Week 2 ?Week 3 ?Week 4 ?Week 5 ?Week 6

?Week 7 ?Week 8 ?Week 9 ?Week 10 ?Week 11 ?Week 12

?ULO1 ?ULO2 ?ULO3

Understand the role of creative technologies

in today’s society.

Work collaboratively to design and develop

a creative technology product to satisfy the

needs of a specified stakeholder

Curtate a digital file to demonstrate

evidence of your understanding of creative

technologies, your role in the development

and delivery of a creative technology

project.

Please read the full assignment details that follow.

Submission Guide

During each week and supported by practical sessions students will select specific technology tutorials from those

recommended based on interest and access to resources. Students should apply the skills taught to produce an original

variation of process described. Submission will be in form of a link of their portfolio website, static snapshot of portfolio

in a PDF document. Follow the template on the assignment summary to present this.

Your portfolio must reference any external resources used; particularly the tutorials followed. When presenting your

assets, you must also present the outcome achieved by following the tutorial and explain how your contribution

differs. Reference correctly.

Assessment Details

This task involves developing a portfolio demonstrating the skills you’ve developed in working with specific

technologies that can be employed to create creative technology products. The range of technologies is wide so you

will use this unit to sample a range of potential computing technologies.

1. Decide on the platform that you are going to use for your portfolio. Complete the activity “Developing a

Creative Technology Portfolio” to review the options.

2. For at least 4 different technologies provided below:

i. Image Manipulation and Video editing

ii. Developing Interactive Web Sites

iii. Collecting and Presenting Sensor Data

iv. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

v. User Interfaces and Mobile Applications

vi. Virtual and Augmented Reality

1. Follow the tutorials to learn new skills. You can also develop portfolio elements based on technologies

covered during the class sessions. These do not have separate tutorials to follow, but rather you are

expected to demonstrate application of the concepts covered and demonstrated during classes.

If you become particularly skilled in one technology then offer to help train other members of the class on

using that technology. You can then write a reflection piece describing your approach and experience to

count as a separate portfolio element (so 2 elements for the price of 1).

2. Adapt the process by applying it to a different context. If you are using a tutorial, your portfolio should

present the before (result from following the tutorial) and after (custom version that you have created).

High level is achieved if:

a. You explain the process you used in a way that demonstrates that you understand what you are

doing

b. You can identify and describe the principles you are using. Principles are strategies that relevant

to other related problem, while process will only apply to this specific problem

c. Demonstrate creativity by stating goal in advance and explain how you intend to achieve this goal.

d. It is clear that the skill you have learnt is useful to potential employer or collaborator.

3. Add the results of each of the steps (images, video sequences, web sites, investigative reports, mobile

applications) to your portfolio

Checklist

These are common issues encountered during previous submissions of this task. Try to avoid them in your own work.

? Assuming that lessons learned in previous assessment tasks are no longer relevant. Once you have achieved a

particular learning outcome you should continue to use that. A key example is not using the digital literacy

skills developed in previous assessment tasks to find appropriate material, and to cite and reference it

correctly.

? Not communicating evidence of skills effectively. An average employer will spend 30 seconds considering each

portfolio submitted. Unless you’ve attracted attention within this time, your application is discarded.

Suggestions: show attractive and interesting results first.

? Just doing the tutorials. If you don’t show that you’re able to learn the reason for each step, by deliberately

changing the requirements and adapting the process then there is no evidence of learning or achievement.

Very few jobs require graduates to follow instructions obediently and without alteration. Rather demonstrate

initiative and creativity.

? Selecting the easiest options. There is greater demand and hence greater value for those who challenge

themselves and achieve what is hard for them.

Marking Rubric

Portfolio Unsatisfactory (0 points) Competent (3 points) Significant (5 points)

Technical

competence

demonstrated

(for each

element)

Cosmetic changes (colour, size,

texture) involving just twiddling

sliders or other controls.

Competence demonstrated by

adapting process to show

competence in the tool used

Competence by adapting process to

demonstrate appreciation of the

principles and philosophy

Creativity

demonstrated in

adapting

material

provided. (for

each element

The output produced substantially

resembles the form or context of the

original source material

An ad-hoc process of discovery is shown

to result in a coherent outcome

The adaptation achieves a stated goal

relevant to different context

Quality of

presentation

(for each

element)

Evidence is presented without any

discussions of how or why

The changes are explicitly documented

but with no insight into how this

demonstrates value in the portfolio

Clear discussion of the added value

offered by someone capable of

producing the portfolio element

Quality of

presentation for

portfolio

Readers have to work to extract

meaning from portfolio

Portfolio only contain neatly

structured content

Portfolio Is presented in a way that

significance can be assessed within 30

seconds

Referencing for

portfolio

Reference violate the standards used in

this unit

N/A. Referencing complies with standards

used in this unit

Value of a

portfolio (for

portfolio)

Not yet ready for public viewing Portfolio could be shared with

collabolators

Potential employers likely to short list

this portfolio


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