LCBS5058 Developing Enterprise
Faculty of Business and Law
Assignment Video Presentation
|Module Title||Developing Enterprise||Assignment Number||2|
|Module Code||LCBS5058||Assignment Title||Individual 10-minute presentation-via video upload|
|Module Leader||Percy Emmett||Assignment Weighting||20%|
|Assignment Release Date:||28th November 2022|
|Submission Date/Time:||December 16th 2022 12pm GMT|
|Return date:||17th January 2022 (Including University closure: 26th – 2nd Jan)|
|Criteria for Assessment – How you will be marked|
|The LCBS 5058 Marking Rubric Criteria word document is available on:|
Blackboard tab – Assessment Briefs Folder
Further information on University mark descriptors can be found here.
|Assessment Details 10 MINUTE VIDEO PRESENTATION – UPLOADED TO TURINITIN|
|How to Submit your Assessment|
The assessment must be submitted by 12:00 noon (GMT/BST)on 16th December 2022
Your coursework will be given a zero mark if you do not submit a copy through Turnitin. Please take care to ensure that you have fully submitted your work.
Please ensure that you have submitted your work using the correct file format, unreadable files will receive a mark of zero. The Faculty accepts Microsoft Office and PDF documents, unless otherwise advised by the module leader.
All work submitted after the submission deadline without a valid and approved reason will be subject to the University regulations on late submissions.
If work submitted as a reassessment of a previously failed assessment task is submitted later than the deadline the work will immediately be given a mark of zero per cent and / or it will be marked as a none submission if it is submitted later than 14 day after the submission date and time.
The University wants you to do your best. However, we know that sometimes events happen which mean that you can’t submit your coursework by the deadline – these events should be beyond your control and not easy to predict. You will find information about applying for extensions and deferrals here.
Students MUST keep a copy and/or an electronic file of their assignment.
Checks will be made on your work using anti-plagiarism software and approved plagiarism checking websites.
|Return of Marked Work|
You will receive your feedback on 17th January 2023
More information on assessment and feedback can be found here.
In submitting a piece of work for assessment it is essential that you understand the University’s requirements for maintaining academic integrity and ensure that the work does not contravene University regulations. Some examples of behaviour that would not be considered acceptable include plagiarism, re-use of previously assessed work, collusion with others and purchasing your assignment from a third party. For more information on academic offences, bad academic practice, and academic penalties, please read chapter four of our academic regulations.
|Academic Support and Your Well-being|
Referencing is the process of acknowledging other people’s work when you have used it in your assignment or research. It allows the reader to locate your source material as quickly and easily as possible so that they can read these sources themselves and verify the validity of your arguments. Referencing provides the link between what you write and the evidence on which it is based.
You identify the sources that you have used by citing them in the text of your assignment (called citations or in-text citations) and referencing them at the end of your assignment (called the reference list or end-text citations). The reference list only includes the sources cited in your text.The main referencing guide can be found here and includes information on the basics of referencing and achieving good academic practice. It also has tabs for the specific referencing styles depending on whether you require Harvard style used in business or OSCOLA style used by the Law school.
The University has a wealth of support services available to students; further information can be obtained from Student Gateway, the Student Advice Centre, Library and Learning Services and, most importantly, your Personal Tutor. If you are struggling with your assessments and/or deadlines please do seek help as soon as possible so that appropriate support and guidance can be identiﬁed and put in place for you. More information can be found on the Healthy DMU pages.