Project #95209 - Information Technology Paper

PBIS Final Exam

Pick ONE of the following four options, and submit a written response that is between 1,000 and 1,500 words in length. Please pay attention to good sentence and paragraph structure, good grammar and spelling, and overall length, as well as useful content.* 

* Recent anonymous feedback about the class suggested that PBIS is more of a writing class than a technology class. I don't disagree: The focus of the class is using technology in a business setting and being able to communicate effectively with your managers (many of whom will not be techies) about that technology. I trust that you will all learn coding or database administration in other settings--and much of what you learn will be obsolete before your career is over. However, good communication and analysis never go bad. :)

The length is important. If you have too many words or too few, spend more time on it (that is, edit your work) to get it right.

Each question below asks for "topics and/or activities." That is, you may pick 5 topics, or 5 activities, or 2 topics and 3 activities, etc.

  • Examples of topics: e-business, IT security, strategic management.
  • Examples of activities: the group project, the term project, the discussion board.

Be sure to do the following with your submission:

  1. Tell me which option you chose (A, B, C or D).
  2. Number your answers (1 - 5 or 1 - 6, as needed).
  3. Include the one required resource with the relevant answer. For example, if you have a resource for your #3, don't put it at the end. Put the reference and your explanation with #3.
  4. For any of the options, please put your name at the top, and submit your paper attached as a word processing document in .doc or .docx format. If you are using LibreOfficeOpenOffice, etc., please save it as .doc or .docx. Do not cut and paste the document into the submissions area, do not submit a .pdf file, and do not email me your answer (unless technical difficulty prevents you from attaching a document.
  5. Remember the expectations about avoiding plagiarism. The "SafeAssigncheck will be used on the assigment.
  6. As noted above, the length is between 1,000 and 1,500 words.

This is due at 11:59 pm Eastern time on 30 November 2015. Late exams will not be accepted, so please plan accordingly.

Good luck!

The Four Options:

A. THE GOOD:

Identify a total of 5 topics and/or activities from the course that were the most useful to you. Tell me about why they were useful, and how you anticipate using what you learned in your career or some other setting.

For at least one of the topics/activities, include a full reference (not just a URL) of an online resource that provides some insight or useful information about the topic, and tell me why you chose that resource.

B. THE BAD:

Identify a total of 5 topics and/or activities from the course that were the LEAST useful or interesting to you. Tell me about why they were not, and, if possible, how you think the information or activity could be improved or made more relevant for future students. If you think any or all of the five should be eliminated all together, please explain what you think should take their place.

For at least one of the topics/activities, include a full reference (not just a URL) of an online resource that provides some insight or useful information about the topic, and tell me why you chose that resource.

C. THE UGLY (just kidding) THE ABSENT:

Identify a total of 5 topics and/or activities that were NOT included in the course but that you think should have been, given the other things that we covered. Tell me about why you think they should have been included, that is, how you would have liked to have had them incorporated into the coursework.

For at least one of the topics/activities, include a full reference (not just a URL) of an online resource that provides some insight or useful information about the topic, and tell me why you chose that resource.

D. MIX AND MATCH!

If you can't come up with five for any of the areas above, choose a total of 6 (SIX) topics and/or activities, with two each from the previous three assignments, that is, two things you liked, two you didn't, and two that were missing.

As with the other options, for at least one of the topics/activities, include a full reference (not just a URL) of an online resource that provides some insight or useful information about the topic, and tell me why you chose that resource.

The overall length requirement is the same (1,000-1,500 words), so you have to pick more topics, but you get more variety, and each can be a little shorter.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/25/2015 12:00 am
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