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6BUS1267 Digital Economy
|Module Title:||Digital Economy||Module Code:||6BUS1267|
|Assignment Format & Maximum Word Count||Report 1750 words +-10%||Assignment Weighting:||40% individual|
|Coursework Submission:||Date: 30th April 2023 Method: Canvas||Coursework return Date returned to students:||End May 2023|
|Module leader||Natasha Khilji||First marker||Natasha Khilji|
|Internal Moderator||Approved ☐|
|Module Board name||ISPM|
|External Examiner||Approved ☐|
|Module Board date||TBC|
|Module eligible for an extension on submission date (subject to UPRs)||YES / NO|
|Learning Outcomes: Knowledge and Understanding tested in this assignment:|
|Examine the range of digital economy solutions appropriate to an organisation’s strategic objectives Summarise how the digital economy has developed and consider how it will continue to develop in future Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of online communications|
|Learning Outcomes: Skills and Attributes tested in this assignment:|
|Communicate effectively developments in the digital economy and strategies to enable organisations to respond to them. Write a business report that examines the opportunity for strategic improvements in current business practice|
|Feedback /Marking criteria for this Assignment|
|The performance will be assessed using HBS Grading Criteria and Mark scheme.|
Guidance for improvement will be given in writing on the Assessment Feedback Form or on the StudyNet Feedback Form within 4 weeks of submission. For each day or part day up to five days after the published deadline, coursework relating to modules submitted late will have the numeric grade reduced by 10-grade points until or unless the numeric grade reaches 40 for levels 4, 5 and 6 or 50 for level 7 (PG). If a submission is more than 5 working days after the published deadline, a grade of zero will be awarded. Where the numeric grade awarded for the assessment is less than 40 for levels 4, 5 and 6, or 50 for level 7, no lateness penalty will be applied.
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- Use the Online Library to access quality information resources for your research. Library Search will help you discover, books, ebooks, journal articles and more.
- Further down the Online Library page the Subject Toolkit for Business, under Specialist databases provides access to industry standard business information databases.
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