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Wiki Presentation – Leadership

Assignment Requirements
1. My Chapter’s 16 (Leadership) book URL
2. Part 1 is already done and I’ll upload file to have a look it under named Part_A.docx
3.Only Need to do Part 2
4. Resources you can used it from Part 1, or you can get a better resources.
5. You could add additional resources but it should be from (Book, Journal Article)
6. When you done draft I need to check with my supervisor.
Only Need to do Part 2
My Chapter’s 16 (Leadership) book URL
Assignment 1: Literature Analysis (40%)
This assignment relates to the following course objectives from the unit outline:

critically evaluate management theory and its relevance and applicability to information services in large organisations (Objective 1);
adopt, adapt and apply management and marketing strategies, tools and techniques to solve complex team and service-level problems (Objective 2);
Critically evaluate and improve individual performance in a team and/or service environment (Objective 3).

Student learning outcomes of the assignment:

Describe key issues in information services management
Compare different types of published literature, e.g., scholarly, professional, etc.
Summarise and critically evaluate literature related to organisational management
Discover gaps and emerging issues in reviewed literature
Apply appropriate writing techniques to produce an annotated bibliography

Part 1 is already done and I’ll upload file to have a look it under named Part_A.docx
Part 1: Annotated bibliography
Due date: August 18 (9 a.m.)
Assessment value: 15%
Purpose: The purpose of Assignment 1 is to deepen your understanding of current issues in information services management. Also, you will be exposed to different genres of information. Through the literature review, you will identify emerging issues/problems related to the topic. Your review will be the foundation of your group presentation.
Instruction: This assignment involves creating an annotated bibliography on a narrower topic of your choice related to your group’s weekly theme. Each member of the group will be graded on his or her own annotated bibliography individually.

This assignment involves creating an annotated bibliography on a narrower topic of your choice related to your group’s weekly theme.
With your group, decide on the sub-topics that each individual will use for Assignment 2.
As a starting point, look at the course textbook chapters assigned for the week that your group has chosen.
For example, if you have chosen a week covering Chapter 7 “Managing Human Resources,” each group member will investigate a narrower aspect of human resource management.
You will investigate literature related to your chosen topic and identify emerging issues/themes for your annotated bibliography. You may investigate management theories as well as empirical evidence. Use the course textbook as a starting point, search in the library catalogue, and use article databases and websites related to your topic. Remember that you don’t need to find everything published on your topic!
In your annotated bibliography, review 4 different sources (Trade magazine x 1, academic journal articles x 2, website [blog, etc.] x 1)

Required components in your annotated bibliography are:
1. ECU assignment coversheet
2. Title of your paper: tell the reader what the paper is about
3. Your name and student number
4. Introduction to the topic (two to three paragraphs)
5. References and annotations of the literature you have selected (300-400 words per annotation; you should minimise the use of direct quotations) Cowan University
6. Conclusion discussing emerging themes or issues you discovered from the literature reviews (three to four paragraphs)
Citation format: Follow the APA style (6th ed.) for references and citations. Remember to cite all information from other sources, not just direct quotations.
Edith Cowan University Library Services Centre. (2012). Academic writing: Annotated bibliography.
Retrieved from http://ecu.au.libguides.com/content.php?pid=308216&sid=2831964
Purdue Online Writing Lab. (2011). Annotated bibliographies. Retrieved from
Format and submission
• Your assignment should have a title page containing your name, student number, and the assignment title.
• Your assignment should be submitted electronically as a single Word document in Blackboard. The file name should be in the following form: CSG3204_yoursurname_A1.doc or .docx
• Formatting:
o 12 point Times New Roman font.
o 3cm wide side margins and 2.5cm top and bottom margins.
o Header containing student name and page number.
o Headings in bold, size 11 Arial font, sub-headings bold, size 10 Arial.
Please ensure that you have read and understood the information on plagiarism provided on the Student info page of this course.
Part 2: Wiki presentation
Due date: September 1, 8, 15, 22, October 6, 13, or 20
Assessment value: 25% of total mark
Purpose: Assignment 1 allows you to become familiar with a selected topic in-depth. The purpose of the second task is to consolidate what each individual did and present findings to your colleagues. In particular, your presentation should answer the question “So what?” You will relate your findings to ‘real’ work settings. You are required to use the ‘wiki’ function in Blackboard for this assignment, which will be a part of the course workshop. This assignment is also designed to give you the opportunity to engage with how the social web works.
Instructions: This assignment involves preparing and presenting a wiki page. There are several steps:
Each group will create a cohesive wiki page in Blackboard that presents an overview of issues related to your weekly theme. (You may use different platforms with permission from the instructor.)

The content will bring together information from each group member’s individual annotated bibliography. However, you should not just copy and paste from the annotated bibliographies.
Rather, the wiki should be a summary and synthesis of issues related to the topic with appropriate citations.
Since a wiki is collaborative by nature, all group members will add and edit content. Use Blackboard to discuss changes to the wiki as needed.
It is likely that you will notice gaps when the group’s information is brought together. If necessary, then, you will need to seek out supplementary information.
For online students: each group member will record a screencast or video to summarise their findings (maximum 5 minutes per member). A recommended screencast platform is Jing: http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html You can also utilise additional multimedia (e.g., concept maps and images).
For face-to-face students: each group member will give a brief presentation to summarise their findings (maximum 5 minutes per member). You can utilise additional multimedia (e.g., concept maps and images) in your presentation.
At the end of the wiki page, post 3 to 5 discussion questions per group about the topic.
Make the page available to your classmates by Monday at 9 a.m. during the assigned week (September 1, 8, 15, 22, October 6, 13, or 20).
All other students will view your wiki page, make comments, and respond to the discussion questions.
Facilitate discussion on the wiki using the commenting function. This might include posting questions to get the discussion started.
Write a short note (1 page maximum) that describes the role each person played in the group work. One group member will upload the document to the assignment dropbox in Blackboard (Due: The same day as the wiki).
One mark will be assigned to the entire group. However, students who do not contribute will not be awarded the mark.

NOTE: The wiki assignments will be evaluated week-by-week rather than at the end of the semester. Thus, those who signed up earlier will not be disadvantaged.
Required components in your wiki page are:
1. Title
2. Names of group members
3. Brief summary of the wiki theme (written as a group)
4. Introduction for each section
5. Screencast or video for each section (additional multimedia is optional)
6. Brief conclusion for each section
7. Reference list
8. Three to five discussion questions (written as a group)
Citation format: Follow the APA style (6th ed.) for references and citations. Remember to cite all information from other sources, not just direct quotations.
Format and submission
• Your assignment will be created on Blackboard.
• Each group’s blank wiki page will be created by the instructor.
• There are no restrictions in terms of format. You can customise as you want.
• No ‘submission’ is required. Your wiki will be locked after the due date and cannot be edited after that time.
Please ensure that you have read and understood the information on plagiarism provided on the Student info page of this course.
Marking keys


Clear introduction to overall topics and each section

Quality of analysis

Relate theory/empirical evidence to professional practice

Quality of presentation

Synthesis of key issues

Logical structure and flow of ideas

[Online] Presenting information with multimedia (e.g., video/screencast or concept maps)
that you created
[On campus] Presenting information with appropriate methods (e.g., PowerPoint or concept


Discussion of emerging themes/issues from each section and across all sections

Academic integrity

Application of academic integrity principles (appropriate citation, paraphrasing, use of
multimedia, etc.)

Group work component

Your contribution as a group member

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