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ECSA Table 4.1













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Assessment Matrix of the ELOs











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Exit Level Outcomes Assessment Forms









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ECSA
Table 4.1: Presentation of Evidence of Assessment of Outcomes


ECSA Exit Level Outcome

Where is Out
come
assessed?

How is Exit Level Outcome assessed?

What is satisfactory Performance?

1:

Problem solving


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
competence to identify, assess,
formulate and solve

broadly
defined
engineering problems
creatively and innovatively.


A
dvanced
Manufacturing
Systems 4

(EAM4111)



In the tests and the examination, questions
are posed that require the application of

mathematics and basic sciences to solve
engineering problems related to robot
kinematics and dynamics from first
principles.


In practical group assignments, students are
required to programme and setup robotic
systems to demonstrate problem solving
skills.



Finding satisfactory (i.e. practical and
sound from an engineering
implementation point of view) solutions
to engineering

problems.


The assessment criteria and strategy
are designed such that achievement
of
50%
minimum
for the module
,

corresponds to

satisfactory
performance.

2:

Application of scientific and
engineering knowledge


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
competence
to apply knowledge of
mathematics, basic science and
engineering sciences from first
principles to solve engineering
problems.


Control System
s

3B

(ECS3322)



In the practical assignments, tests and
examination, the students are required to
demonstrate the

outcome by means of :


a)

Formal analysis and modelling of
engineering components, systems or
processes using principles and
knowledge of the basic sciences
.


b)

Reasoning about and conceptualising
engineering problems, components,
systems or processes using pr
inciples
of the basic sciences.


c)

Design methodology to meet control
objectives.

Develop
ment

of a modelling strategy
that represents logical relationships
between the control system elements.


Appropriate scientific reasoning about
and conceptualising in co
ntrol systems.


A justifiable design methodology,
applicable to control systems
development to meet objectives and
requirements.


The assessment criteria and strategy
are designed such that achievement of
50%
minimum
for the design
assignment and 50%
minim
um for the
examination, corresponds to satisfactory
performance.

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ECSA Exit Level Outcome

Where is Out
come
assessed?

How is Exit Level Outcome assessed?

What is satisfactory Performance?


Advanced
Manufacturing
Systems 4

(EAM4111)


In the practical assignments, tests and
examination, the students are required to
demonstrate the outcome by means of:


d)

Formal analysis and model
ling of
engineering components, systems or
processes using principles and
knowledge of the basic sciences.

e)

Reasoning about and conceptualising
engineering problems, components,
systems or processes using principles
of the basic sciences.

Design methodology

to meet control
objectives.

Development of a modelling strategy
that represents logical relationships
between system elements.


Appropriate scientific reasoning about
and conceptualising of advanced
manufacturing systems.

A justifiable design methodology,

to
meet objectives and requirements.

The assessment criteria and strategy
are designed such that achievement of
50% minimum for the examination,
corresponds to satisfactory
performance.

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ECSA Exit Level Outcome

Where is Out
come
assessed?

How is Exit Level Outcome assessed?

What is satisfactory Performance?

3:

Engineering Design


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
competence to p
erform creative,
procedural

and
non
-
procedural

design and synthesis of
components, systems, engineering
works, products or processes.



Mechatronics

Project 4

(EMP4110)

In the Mechatronics project, in solving an
open
-
ended engineering design problem,
the s
tudent needs to demonstrate the
following:

[indenting is not as above]

a) Ability to design an engineering system,
from conceptualisation, through subsystem
identification to detail subsystem and final
specification.


b) Ability to execute a project, acqui
re
knowledge, maintain records, compile
project reports.


c) Exercise sound engineering judgement,
including techno
-
economics factors.


d) Apply ethical, environmental,
&
safety
aspects and legislation in engineering
practices.


e) Communicate the design
logic and
information
.


A valid engineering design of a system,
supported by appropriate theory,
calculations and technical
documentation
,

that satisfies the
performance requirements, as well as
safety and environmental issues.



A minimum of
50%
for all t
he
assessment criteria
set in the project
marking rubrics,
corresponds to
satisfactory performance.

4:

Investigations, experiments
and data analysis


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
competence to design and conduct
investigations and experiments.

Process Co
ntrol and
Instrumentation 4

(ECI4111)

In the assignments, the students are
required to
demonstrate the outcome by
means of :


a)

Conducting a literature search and
critically evaluating references
.


b)

Performing analyses
.


c)

Selecting and using

Substantiated investigation and
experimental results, presented in the
form of a report

that include evidence of:



Experimental test pl
an



Test equipment setup diagrams



Experimental results



Statistical analysis



Discussions of results and
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ECSA Exit Level Outcome

Where is Out
come
assessed?

How is Exit Level Outcome assessed?

What is satisfactory Performance?

appropriate equip
ment or software
.


d)

Analysing,
interpretati
on

and deriv
ing

information
from data
.


Drawing conclusions based on evidence
.

c
onclusions drawn.


The assessment criteria and strategy
are designed such that achievement of
50%
minimum
for the
assignment
report
, corresponds to sati
sfactory
performance.

5:

Engineering methods,
skills and tools, including
Information Technology


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
competence to use appropriate
engineering methods,
skills

and
tools, including those based on
information technology.



Mechatr
onics

Project 4

(EMP4110)

In the
project report and with the aid of a
working model (system)
, the students are
required to
demonstrate
the outcome
by
means of :


a)

Selecting and assessing the
applicability and limitations of the
method or tool, such as:
comp
utation,
modelling, simulation, and information
handling.


b)

Properly applying the selected
engineering methods

and

tools
.


c)

Applying skill in building and
assembling a model (system)
.


d)

Creating computer applications as
required by the project scope.


e)

Critica
lly testing and assessing the end
-
results produced by the engineering
methods.


In terms of the Report:


Successful implementation of modelling,
simulation and computer programming
supported by the documentation.


In terms of the Model (system):


A workin
g model demonstrating the
design concept according to the
requirements set in the project scope.



A minimum of
50%
for all t
he
assessment criteria
set in the project
marking rubric
corresponds to
satisfactory performance.

6


ECSA Exit Level Outcome

Where is Out
come
assessed?

How is Exit Level Outcome assessed?

What is satisfactory Performance?

6:

Professional and technical
co
mmunication


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
competence to communicate
effectively, both orally and in
writing, with engineering
audiences and the community at
large.

Mechatronics

Project 4

(EMP4110)

Written and oral communication skills are
assessed by mea
ns of:




The project report, which demonstrat
es

technical communication, including
specifications, descriptions, drawings
and schematic diagrams, etc. Structure,
style, technical correctness, and
editorial quality are some of the aspects
evaluated.




The aud
io
-
visual presentation and
communication with the audience are
assessed.



A minimum of
50%
for all t
he
assessment criteria
set in the project
marking rubric,
corresponds to
satisfactory performance.

7:

Impact of Engineering
activity


Learning outcome:

De
monstrate
critical awareness

of the impact of
engineering activity on the social,
industrial and physical
environment.

Environmental
Engineering
4

(EEN4112)


The consideration of the whole product life
cycle (including disposal) during design of
products a
nd systems is emphasised and
assessed.


The understanding of the impact of
engineering activities on the environment
and society, and how to minimise or
manage this impact, is assessed through
the
tests and
the assignments
.


A minimum of
50%
for t
he assess
ment
criteria
set in the module marking rubric,
corresponds to satisfactory
performance.

8:

Individual, team and multi
-
Mechatronics



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ECSA Exit Level Outcome

Where is Out
come
assessed?

How is Exit Level Outcome assessed?

What is satisfactory Performance?

disciplinary working


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
competence to work effectively as
an individual, in teams and in
multi
-
disciplinary
environments.

Project 4

(EMP4110)

Individual work component is assessed in
the project.

All the
assessment criteria
set in the
evaluation form must be satisfied.





Mechanical Design 3

(MGN3112)

Team work component is assessed in the
desi
gn project.


L
earners work in groups while undertaking
the design project.


A single set of documents is submitted by
each group. In the audio
-
visual
presentation, each group member is
required to present a portion (roughly equal
time allotment).


The st
udents work together to co
-
ordinate
the visual and verbal aspects. The learners
generally interact significantly with relevant
industry and equipment supplier personnel
while undertaking the project.



The learners

also evaluate each other’s
performance in

the group by means of a
questionnaire, which is used in the
assessment process.




All the
assessment criteria
set in the
evaluation form must be satisfied.


Evolutionary
Computing
(WRCI411)

Multidisciplinary team work component is
assessed in the assi
gnment.


L
earners work in groups
with students from
other programmes
.


A minimum of
50%
for t
he
assignment,
corresponds to satisfactory
performance.

9:

Independent learning ability


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
competence to engage in
Mechatronics

Project 4

(EMP4110)

The student is required to complete an
individual design project, which by nature
requires research and well
-
developed
learning skills.


Ability to work independently and
acquire new knowledge through lea
rning
skills, which is demonstrated by
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ECSA Exit Level Outcome

Where is Out
come
assessed?

How is Exit Level Outcome assessed?

What is satisfactory Performance?

independent learni
ng through well
-
developed learning skills.



The project is primarily assessed using: t
he
final report, the model,
an audio
-
visual

presentation and oral examination.

The use of new information is specifically
assessed, thereby addressing the aspect of
independent learning.

successful completion of the project.




10:

Engineering
Professionalism


Learning outcome:

Demonstrate
critical awareness

of the need to
act professionally and ethically and
to exercise judgment and take
responsibi
lity within own limits of
competence.


Mechatronics

Project 4

(EMP4110)


The student’s ability to exercise judgement,
act professionally and ethically is
considered in the assessment of project
execution.

The project
Mentor

assesses the student
’s

performan
ce and writes a report, which
must also be signed by the external
examiner, with his/her comments indicated.
The examination panel also evaluates the
student during his/her presentation of the
working model and the audio
-
visual
presentation.

Professional a
nd ethical conduct in the
project execution, which is supported by
the evaluation of the Mentor and
approved by the External Examiner.





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Assessment Matrix of the ELOs


E (exposed), AG (assessed generally), ELA (Exit level assessment)


Code

Module

Role
of module in developing students towards Exit Level Outcomes

ELO 1

ELO 2

ELO 3

ELO 4

ELO 5

ELO 6

ELO 7

ELO 8

ELO 9

ELO 10


Year 1 Semester 1











MATH101/2

Mathematics 1A











F101

Physics 1A




E







MSE101

Computer Science for Engineer
s 1





E






MEW101

Engineering Drawing 1A



E


E







Year 1 Semester 2











MATH103/4

Mathematics 1B

E

E









MAPM113/4

Applied Mathematics 1B











FME102

Physics for Mechatronics 1B

E



E







MAS1122

Materials Science 1




E







MWS1000

Vacation Training






E




E


Year 2 Semester 2











MATH202

Mathematics 2A











MAPM211

Applied Mathematics 2A











MSM2111

Strength of Materials 2

E

E


E







MTF2111

Dynamics 2

E

E









MTH2111

Thermo
-
Fluids 2

E

E


E




E



MET2111

Electrotechnology 2A

E

E










Year 2 Semester 2











MATH203

Mathematics 2B











10


Code

Module

Role
of module in developing students towards Exit Level Outcomes

ELO 1

ELO 2

ELO 3

ELO 4

ELO 5

ELO 6

ELO 7

ELO 8

ELO 9

ELO 10

MAPM213

Applied Mathematics 2B











MDG2111

Digital Electronics 2

E

E



E






EEL2112

Electronics 2

E

E



E






MMD2112

Machine De
sign 2

E

E

E








MET2122

Electrotechnology 2B

E

E


E








Year 3 Semester 1











MMD3111

Machine Design 3

AG

AG

AG



E

AG




MSM3011

Strength of Materials 3

AG

AG


AG




AG



EEM3111

Electric Machines 3

AG

AG







AG


ECS3211

Control Syste
ms 3A

AG

AG



AG






WRA201

Data Structures and Algorithms 2.1












Year 3 Semester 2











ECC3112

Communication Systems 3

AG

AG









EPE3322

Power Electronics & Drives 3

AG

AG

AG








ECS3322

Control Systems 3B

ELA

ELA

AG








MGN
3112

Mechanical Design 3



AG




AG

ELA*



MMX3112

Microprocessors 3





AG






MWS2000

Vacation Training







E



AG


Year 4 Semester 1











EAM4111

Advanced Manufacturing Systems 4

ELA

ELA









ECI4111

Process Control & Instrumentation 4

AG

AG


ELA







ECC4111

Professional Communication 4






AG





EPM4111

Project Management 4










AG


Year 4 Semester 2











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Code

Module

Role
of module in developing students towards Exit Level Outcomes

ELO 1

ELO 2

ELO 3

ELO 4

ELO 5

ELO 6

ELO 7

ELO 8

ELO 9

ELO 10

WRCI411

Evolutionary Computing 4








ELA**



EEN4112

Environmental Management 4







ELA





Elective











EMP4110

Mechatronics Project 4



ELA


ELA

ELA


ELA***

ELA

ELA


*

Team working component

**

Multi
-
disciplinary working component

***

Individual working component




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Exit Level Outcomes Assessment Forms




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ASSESSMENT



Exit Level Outcome

1:
Problem Solving


Module: Advanced Manufacturing Systems (EAM4111)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to identify, assess, formulate and solve convergent and
divergent engineering problems creatively and innovatively.


Exit Level
Outcome

Associat
ed Assessment
Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory


Satisfactory

ELO 1

The candidate demonstrates problem solving skills by:

Analyzing and defining the problem and possible solving methods



Identifying necessary missing information, and formulate
possible
approaches



Presenting the solution in an appropriate form after proper
evaluation




Has the ELO been satisfied?


Mark



A final mark above 50% is required to pass.



Name of Examiner: _________________________

Signature: ______________
D
ate:___________


Name of Moderator: _________________________Signature: ______________ Date:___________



Comments:
_________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________
________
__________

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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 2: Application of Scientific and Engineering Knowledge


Module: Control Systems 3B (ECS3312)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to apply knowledge of mathematics, basic science and engineering scienc
es from first principles to
solve engineering problems.


Aim:

To demonstrate competence in:



Mathematical modelling of Mechatronic system,



Developing a simulation (from the model) for analysis purposes (shaft flexibility, inertia, gearing, power limiters)
,



Applying time
-
domain (root
-
locus) and frequency domain techniques (Bode
-
plot) to design PID control parameters for an optimal performance,



Altering the system simulation model to synthesis shaft flexibility (problem solving, emerging issue),



Design a f
ilter to eliminate “noise” introduced from shaft oscillations (application in technology).


Tools:

Matlab / Simulink to develop a dynamic model for a Mechatronic system and to apply in examination to design controllers.












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Exit
Level
Outcom
e

Associ
ated Assessment
Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactor
y

<45

Marginally

Unsatisfactory

45
-
49

Satisfactory

50
-
59

Exceeds

Requirements

60
-
74

Excellent

75
-
100

ELO 2

Associated Assessment

The candidate requires to
demonstrate the
following
:

Uses physical laws
and knowledge of the physical
world as a foundation for the engineering sciences
and the solution of engineering problems by an
appropriate mix of:

f)

Formal analysis and
modelling
of engineering
components, systems or processes using
principles and knowledge

of the basic
sciences;


Model development methodology applied with
clear connection between (30):



Differential equations of individual
components

(System parameters with units)



Block diagram / Signal Flow Graph



Simulink Model








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b)

Reasoning

about

and
conceptualising

engineering problems, components, systems
or processes using principles of the basic
sciences.


Design methodology to meet control
objectives applied (50):



Identify design objectives



Apply design strategy in time and
frequency do
main to system without
real
-
world limiters and shaft flexibility.



Include real
-
world components and re
-
adjust and discuss.



Design methodology to eliminate shaft
flexibility (20):



Identify shaft flexibility with system

Develop a filter to elimi
nate using frequency
domain technique.






Laboratory Assignment (above)






Sub
-
total from Laboratory Assignment ( x 0.5 )



Sub
-
total from Examination Questions ( x 0.5)



Total




An overall final mark above 50% is required to pass.


Name of Exam
iner/Moderator: _________________________

Signature: _______________________ Date:___________


Comments:


_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________

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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 3: Engineering
Design


Module: Mechatronics Project 4 (EMP4110)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to perform creative,
procedura
l
and
non
-
procedural
design and synthesis of components, systems,
engineering works, products or processes.


Exit
Level
Outcome

Associated Assessment Criteria


Performance

Unsatisfactory

<45

Marginally

Unsatisfactory

45
-
49

Satisfactory

50
-
59

Exceeds

Re
quirements

60
-
74

Excellent

75
-
100

ELO 3

Design and development procedure, specification and operating
instructions (Report Sections 1
-

5)

The candidate executes an acceptable design process
encompassing the following:






Identifies and formulates the

design problem to satisfy user
needs, applicable standards, codes of practice and legislation






Plans and manages the design process: focuses on important
issues, recognises and deals with constraints






Acquires and evaluates the requisite knowl
edge, information and
resources: applies correct principles, evaluates and uses design
tools






Performs design tasks including analysis, quantitative modelling
and optimisation






Evaluates alternatives and preferred solution: exercises
judgment,
tests implementability and performs techno
-
economic
analyses






Communicates the design logic and information






Tally






Has the ELO been satisfied?



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Mark for ELO 3



Name of Examiner/Moderator: _________________________

Signature: ___________
____________ Date:___________


Comments:


_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________



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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 4: Investigations, experiments and data analysis


Module: Process Control and Instrumentation 4 (ECI4111)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to design and conduct investigations and experiments.


Aim:

To d
emonstrate competence to design and build an experimental setup (including the power supply performance using probability ana
lysis) and
data capture instrumentation environment to measure the characteristic curve of an electronic component (including regre
ssion analysis).


Tools:


Electronic/Electrical components to design a power supply.

Electronic/Electrical components to develop an appropriate test circuit to determine the characteristic curve. Electronic in
struments to perform
measurement.

Labview/Exc
el software to capture data and perform statistical data analysis.


Exit Level
Outcome

Associated Assessment Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory

<45

Marginally

Unsatisfactory

45
-
49

Satisfactory

50
-
59

Exceeds

Requirements

60
-
74

Excellent

75
-
100


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ELO 4

P
lans and conducts investigations and experiments.

Associated Assessment

The candidate requires to
demonstrate the following
:

Design a power supply
:



Calculation used for rectifier and regulator using the
rated values.



Motivate choice of capacitors, resist
ors or other circuit
elements used.



Include a schematic diagram of the circuit and explain
the purpose of each device in the circuit.



Describe the measurement plan to determine the load
regulation test.




List components used in power supply specification
s,
i.e. voltage range, maximum current, efficiency, ripple at
no load and full load and voltage regulation.



Show calculations or procedures you used to find
these specifications, indicate references.

.






ELO 4

Component Test Circuit:



Calculations use
d to develop the electronic test circuit
to determine the characteristic curve. List test circuit
specifications.



Show calculations or procedures you used to find
these specifications, indicate references.

Submit
: Calculations, schematic and for power s
upply and test
circuit







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Conducts a literature search and critically evaluates material.

Associated Assessment

The candidate requires to
demonstrate the following
:

Design a power supply
.



Explain why you chose the currents and voltages that
you did fo
r the load test.



Explain the experimental procedure in recording the
data.



Show calculations and process used to perform
probability analysis.

Component Test Circuit:



Describe in detail how you will go about testing your
device under the different conditi
ons (to generate
characteristic curve). For example, how did you read in the
current/ voltage/ temperature?



Explain why you chose the components and
current/voltage variables that you did.



Show calculations used to perform regression analysis.

Submit
:
Experimental test plan and statistical formulae used.






Performs necessary analyses

Associated Assessment

The candidate requires to
demonstrate the following
:



Tabulated results.



Pictures and graphs to illustrate and compare results.




Commented code a
nd briefly explain data acquisition
software (eg labview program if used).




Explain your results clearly.

Submit
: Statistical results and discussion.







22


ELO 4

Selects and uses appropriate equipment or software

Associated Assessment

The candidate requ
ires to
demonstrate the following
:



Describe all the measurement equipment used in the
testing.



Discuss you method of data acquisition and how you were
able to improve your readings.



Show a picture of your experimental setup and screen
shots.

Submit
: Pictur
e / Block diagram of integrated experimental setup
test including test equipment.






Analyses, interprets and derives information from data

Associated Assessment

The candidate requires to
demonstrate the following
:

Design a power supply
.



Explain why y
ou got the efficiency that you got.



Why does the efficiency change as your load changes?



How does changing the load affect the input voltage?



Compare calculated values of all of the above to actual
measured values. Explain any differences.



Suggest reason
able ways in which the power supply circuit
can further be improved.

Component Test Circuit:



Compare calculated values of all of the above to actual
measured values. Explain any differences.



Suggest reasonable ways in which the circuit can further
be impro
ved.

Submit
: Discussion and result analysis.






Draws conclusions based on evidence

Associated Assessment

The candidate requires to
demonstrate the following
:



Draw concrete conclusions based on the analysis
from the data obtained

Submit
: Conclusions d
rawn.







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Tally






Has the ELO been satisfied?


Mark



A mark above 50% is required to pass.


Name of Examiner/Moderator: _________________________

Signature: _______________________ Date:___________


Comments:


_____________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________



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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 5: Demonstration of engineering meth
ods, skills and tools including IT


Module: Mechatronics Project 4 (EMP4110)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to use appropriate engineering methods,
skills
and tools, including those based on information
technology.


Exit Level
Outcome

Associated

Assessment Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory

<45

Marginally

Unsatisfactory

45
-
49

Satisfactory

50
-
59

Exceeds

Requirements

60
-
74

Excellent

75
-
100

ELO 5

Demonstration of engineering methods, skills and tools
including IT (Report)

The candidate require
s to
demonstrate the following
:

Use method, skill or tool effectively by:






1.

Selecting and assessing the applicability and limitations of
the method or tool, such as:
computation, modelling,
simulation, and information handling






2.

Properly applying

the engineering methods






3.

Critically testing and assessing the end
-
results produced by
the engineering methods






Demonstration of engineering methods, skills and tools
including IT (Model)






1.

Properly applying the engineering methods and sk
ills;






2.

Create computer applications as required by the project
scope






Tally






Has the ELO been satisfied?



25


Mark for ELO 5




Name of Examiner/Moderator: _________________________

Signature: _______________________ Date:___________


Comment
s:


_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________




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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Ou
tcome 6: Professional and technical communication


Module: Mechatronics Project 4 (EMP4110)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with engineering audiences and the community
at large.


Exit Level

Outcome

Associated Assessment Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory

<45

Marginally

Unsatisfactory

45
-
49

Satisfactory

50
-
59

Exceeds

Requirements

60
-
74

Excellent

75
-
100

ELO 6

Professional and technical communication (Quality of the
Report)


The candidate

executes effective written communication as
evidenced by
:






Uses of appropriate structure, style and language for
purpose and audience






Uses of effective graphical support






Applies methods of providing information. including
technical, fo
r use by others involved in engineering activity






Meets the requirements of the target audience







Professional and technical communication (Quality of the
Presentation)


The candidate executes effective oral communication as
evidenced by:
:






Uses appropriate structure, style and language







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Uses appropriate visual materials






Delivers fluently






Meets the requirements of the intended audience






Tally






Has the ELO been satisfied?


Mark for ELO 6



Name of Examiner/Mo
derator: _________________________

Signature: _______________________ Date:___________


Comments:


_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 7:
Impact of Engineering activity


Module: Environmental Engineering (EEN4112)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate
critical awareness
of the impact of engineerin
g activity on the
social, industrial and physical environment.


Associated Assessment Criteria:


The candidate identifies and deals with an appropriate combination of issues in:


1. The impact of technology on society;

2. Occupational and public health and

safety;

3. Impacts on the physical environment;

4. The personal, social, cultural values and requirements of those affected by engineering activity.



ASSESSMENT
CRITERIA

TEST 1

TEST 2

TEST 3

ASSIGNMENT

TOTAL

1

10

40

30

25

105

Weight

0.10

0.38

0.29

0.24

1

2

10

10

10

25

55

Weight

0.18

0.18

0.18

0.45

1

3

60

40

30

25

155

Weight

.39

0.26

0.19

0.16

1

4

20

10

30

25

85

Weight

0.24

0.12

0.35

0.29

1

TOTAL:

100

100

100

100




Has the ELO been satisfied?____________________


Name of Examiner/Moderator: ____
________________Signature: _________ Date:___________


Comments:


______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________
_____________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________







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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 8:
Individual, team and multidisciplinary working


Module: Mechatronics Project 4 (EMP4110)


Le
arning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to work effectively as an
individual
.


Exit
Level
Outcome

Associated Assessment
Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory

Satisfactory

ELO 8

Individual working aspect


The candidate requires to
demonstrate the followin
g:



Identifies and focuses on
objectives



Executes tasks effectively



Delivers completed work
on time



Has the ELO been satisfied?



Name of Examiner/Moderator
: ____________________Signature: ___________ Date:_________


Comments:


_____________
_________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________
____________________________________________




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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 8:
Individual, team and multidisciplinary working


Module: Mechanical Design (MGN3112)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to work effectively
in teams
.


Exit
Level
Outcom
e

Associated Assessment Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory

Satisfactory

ELO 8

Team work

The candidate demonstrates team
work by the following:



1.

Makes individual contribution
to team activity;



2.
Performs critical functions;



3.
Enhances work of

fellow team
members.



4.
Benefits from support of team
members



5.
Communicates effectively with team
members



6.
Delivers completed work on time



Has the ELO been satisfied?



Name of Examiner/Moderator: __________________Signature: ___________

Date:_
__________


Comments:


______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________
__
______________________________________________________________________________




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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 8:
Individual, team and multidisciplinary working


Module: Evolutionary Computing (WRCI411)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to work

effectively in
multidisciplinary

environments.


Exit Level
Outcome

Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory

<45

Marginally

Unsatisfactory

45
-
49

Satisfactory

50
-
59

Exceeds

Requirements

60
-
74

Excellent

75
-
100

ELO 8

Multidisciplinary


working

The candidate
demonstrates multidisciplinary work by the
following:






1.

Acquires a working knowledge of co
-
workers’ discipline;






2.
Uses a systems approach;






3.
Communicates across disciplinary boundaries.






Tally






Has the ELO been satisfied?


Mark



Name of Examiner/Moderator: _____________________

Signature: _____________Date: _________________


Comments:


_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 9:
Independent learning ability


Module: Mechatronics Project 4 (EMP4110)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate competence to engage in
independent learning through well
developed learning skills.


Exit Level
Outcome

Associated Assessment Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory

Satisfactory

ELO 9

Independent learning ability


The candidate requires to
demonstrate the following



Reflect
s on own learning and
determines learning requirements
and strategies



Sources and evaluates
information



Accesses, comprehends and
applies knowledge acquired
outside formal instruction



Critically challenges assumptions
and embraces new thinking



Has the ELO been satisfied?



Name of Examiner/Moderator: ___________________Signature: ___________Date:___________


Comments:


______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________
________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________




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ASSESSMENT


Exit Level Outcome 10:
Professionalism


Module: Mec
hatronics Project 4 (EMP4110)


Learning outcome:
Demonstrate
critical awareness
of the need to act professionally and ethically
and to exercise judgment and take responsibility within own limits of competence.


This ELO is assessed by the Mentor and evalua
ted by the External Examiner/Moderator.



Exit
Level
Outcome

Associated Assessment
Criteria

Performance

Unsatisfactory

Satisfactory

ELO
10

The candidate requires to
demonstrate the following:



Displays judgment in decision
making during problem
so
lving and design



Limits decision making to
area of current competence



Accepts responsibility for
own actions



Reason about and make
judgment on ethical aspects
in case study context



Discerns boundaries of
competence in problem
solving and de
sign



Has the ELO been satisfied?



Name of
Mentor: ____________________Signature: ___________ Date:_________


Comments:


______________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
____
______________________________________________________________________________


Name of Moderator
: ____________________Signature: ___________ Date:_________


Comments:

______________________________________________________________________________


____
__________________________________________________________________________