Web Application/Evaluation Incorporating 5 Components (50%)

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Web Application/Evaluation Incorporating 5 Components
(50%)
Addresses Learning Outcomes a, b, c and d


1. Module code and title

CO280 Mobile Application Development

2. Module tutor

David Johnston

3. Tutor with responsibility
for this Assessment

David Johnston

This is your first point of contact.

4. Assignment

001: 50% Coursework
:
individual web application
(3500 words or equivalent) and evaluation (1000
words or equivalent)

You will be penalise
d according to the
Academic
Regulations for Taught Provision

if you exceed the
size limit.

5. Submission deadline

Your attention is drawn to the
penalties for late submission;
see Undergraduate Modular
Handbook.

July
201
2

Your attention is drawn to the p
enalties for late
submission;
see
Academic Regulations for Taught
Provision.

6. Arrangements for
submission

Submit to Park Assignment Room TC109

7. Date and location for
return of work

September
2012

Feedback given within 20 working days of submission.

8. Students with
Disabilities

Alternative assessment arrangements may be made,
where appropriate, for students with disabilities.
However, these will only be implemented upon the
advice of the Disability Advisor. Students wishing to be
considered for
alternative assessment arrangements
must give notification of the disability (with evidence) to
the Disability Advisor by the published deadlines.

9. University Regulations
for Assessment

All assessments are subject to the
Academic
Regulations for Taught

Provision
. These include
regulations relating to Errors of Attribution and
Assessment Offences. In exercising their judgement,
Examiners may penalise any work where the standard of
English, numeracy or presentation adversely affects the
quality of the w
ork, or where the work submitted
exceeds the published size or time limits, or where the
work fails to follow normal academic conventions for
acknowledging sources.



CO280

Coursework

Re
assessment Brief Semester 2 2012



Assignment
1


Students are require
d to re
-
work CO280

Assignment 1:

Students are advised to read feedback comments written on the coversheet of the
original submission. The submitted work should attem
pt to address those issues raised
within the feedback.

The requirements for assessment 1

Deadline

for submission

9
th

July2012

All submissions s
hould be made to the Park Campus Assignment room
TC109.


The single assignment is partitioned into
five component parts
outlined here
and integrated as a
working web application which delivers content and
functionality servicing the Department of Computin
g.

For each week you
must work towards the completion of the tutorials, starting with the material
outlined within the tutorial sheet for that week.

Tutorial / Practical Exercises

All students should complete the tutorial tasks set in weeks 1 through 8 o
f
semester 1 as these relate directly to development of the 5 components
required for Assignment 1. Tutorial exercises should be viewed as a starting
point for further investigation of that topic. Evidence of further exploration of
these ideas, tools and t
echniques should form the greater part of the
Assignment 1 submission.

Computing Department Web Application Specifications:

Component 1: MOBILE WEB SITE

Demonstrating appropriate use of html; CSS for formatting and layout
purposes; CSS3 media queries; meta
-
based orientation specification and
appropriate content.


Component 2: INTERACTIVE / MENU ELEMENTS USING JQUERY

Inclusion of menu
-
based and interactive elements utilising JQuery and
subsets such as JQTouch.


Component 3: HTML 5 FUNCTIONALITY

Use of DreamW
eaver CS5.5 to produce HTML 5 functionality (For example,
Canvas; input types; video/audio tags; AppCache) for specified Web
Application.


Component 4: NATIVE DEVICE FUNCTIONALITY USING PHONEGAP

Use of PhoneGap (within DreamWeaver CS5.5) to integrate nativ
e device
functionality into existing Web Application


Component 5: DOCUMENTATION (1000 words or equivalent)

Provide supporting documentation utilizing screengrabs, showing discussion
and progression of ideas.





What you must submit for Assignment 1:




Dis
c containing evidence of practical work created during completion of
tutorial / practical tasks (PNGs; HTML; CSS; HTML5; JavaScript;
DreamWeaver root directory and associated files).
DEMONSTRATING
COMPONENTS 1, 2, 3 AND 4




Supporting documentation showing
discussion and progression of
ideas, rationale and plans for further development /of ideas, tools and
techniques.
DEMONSTRATING COMPONENT 5


Special instructions

No special instructions.


Return of work


All Coursework will be returned to the Assignment Ro
om after the
Examination Boards.


Assessment 1 criteria


Overall grade will be determined by the application of the ICT Fields
Assessment Criteria.





















Assessment 1 Criteria


The following grade table is a guide to the level of practical co
ntent required
for Assignment 1. Note that the overall grade will be determined by the
application of the ICT Fields Assessment Criteria
.


Grade

Content

To achieve <30

Some requirements met, but very limited and not recoverable. Non
-
submission of website

and portfolio.

To achieve <40

Not all tasks completed. Non
-
functional website / web app.

To achieve 40+

Some attempt at all 5 tasks.


Layout and structure of content utilising CSS and DIVs


Some working HTML documents with some attempt at interactivity
(hyperlinks between different documents.


Content viewable and navigable via mobile device


Complies with minimum technical specification. Some limited
rationale for use of techniques / tools.

To achieve 50+

All of the above, plus use of graphic element
s within HTML.


Detailed storyboards for mobile website.


Reasonable discussion / rationale and demonstration of
understanding as part of Task 5.


Use of CSS3 Media Queries for mobile deployment of website.

To achieve 60+

All of the above, plus
Inclusion

of menu
-
based and interactive
elements utilising Jquery and subsets such as JQTouch.


Native device functionality achieved using PhoneGap


Appropriate use of HTML5 functionality
(Canvas; input types;
video/audio tags; AppCache)

To achieve 70+

All Tasks c
ompleted to a high standard with clear evidence of further
investigation of all topics and progression of knowledge, tools and
techniques.


Evidence of a range of tools and techniques utilised.