Researching about your future career direction and

Assignment Detail:- Helping Others Part requirements Collect and present evidence that you have been able to help others achieve understanding within this unit, along with a reflection that indicates how this has helped you on your journey towards becoming as an IT professional- One of the main criteria is that your ‘helping others' should be offered continuously and regularly from week 2 week to week 11, and not just help in a couple of occasions during the trimester- Submit the following files to OnTrack:- Your reflections & documents as evidence- See details below- Part Instructions For this task, we want you to demonstrate that you have been able to apply what you have learnt in the unit to help others along the trimester- There are some clauses here that can help guide you:- Helping someone fix the problem themselves is better than doing it for them-- Sending someone your answer is never helpful and may result in plagiarism issues for yourself and the other student-s--You can help other students in a number of ways, but not limited to the following: - Help answer questions on the discussion board - you can evidence this from the posts and any responses you get-- Create a visualization, animation, tutorial or other means of clearly communicating concepts from the unit and share with the teaching team so that we can publish it on the unit site- This would need to be insightful, and helpful to others who are learning the concept- - Help and provide live Q & A support to your peers who need help in SIT111, via the ‘Peer Support Channel' of the SIT111 Unit Team on MS Teams- If you are providing support via a meeting, remember to record the meeting as that will be needed as evidence-- Create a set of Parts -3 - 4 in terms of quantity- that we could include in future versions of the unit-- Volunteer at the IT Help Hub - the Help Hub coordinator will present you with a certificate of appreciation at the end of week 12 as evidence, if you are qualified, your application is accepted, and based on your commitment at the Help Hub- More application details will be given in week 2 via the SIT111 unit site - SIT111 Help Hub Information -> Help Hub Volunteer Program, and the application will open in week 4- Please note that if you do help out in class or at the Help Hub, you will need to be willing to take feedback from the tutors who are responsible for those events- Always remember that you need to be respectful of other students and the staff in this unit- To get this task signed off, your efforts will need to be seen as beneficial by the teaching staff and other students- If you do a great job of this, it could become a milestone shown in your portfolio aiming for a HD- Please do not use only the quantity of your work for the justification- Quality of the deliverables are always a top priority to demonstrate your achievements- Reflections: At the end of the unit you need to reflect on the experiences you've had, and your own development that occurred as a result of you helping others- What can you learn from the issues they had???? What things did you need to review???? How did it change or develop your understanding or skills???? When you reflect on this, try to relate to the Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes: GLO1 Discipline-specific knowledge and capabilities GLO2 Communication GLO3 Digital literacy GLO4 Critical thinking GLO5 Problem solving GLO6 Self-management GLO7 Teamwork GLO8 Global citizenship Towards the end of the unit, no earlier than week 10, you need to submit a document that outlines the following:1- What did you do to help others in the unit during the weeks 2-10???? 2- Where evidence of this can be found -should be dated from week 2 to week 11 continuously, not just in a couple of occasions-- E-g- the discussion board, a link to your tutorial/video/article, supporting letters from staff etc- 3- Your reflections -see above- Part HD - Do Something Awesome Part requirements Submit the following files to OnTrack: - A document outlining what you have done that demonstrates excellent achievement of the unit learning outcomes- This should contain a link to related material-- The document should also include your reflections on this task- See details below- Part Instructions This is a High Distinction task- There are no shortcuts- There is no easy way to do this- It is not a box ticking exercise- But---You can do anything you want in order to demonstrate your excellent achievement of the unit learning outcomes-Here are two examples, each could be awesome if done right- See the examples below- - Choose a topic in SIT111 and prepare your own learning topic ‘Where to go next' style, going beyond what we had discussed in the unit- This should be a resource that can act as a reference to others who want to further investigate this topic- Hence you need to explain and synthesize the main concepts, relate them to each-other and how they are linked to what was discussed in SIT111- - Conduct a small research project aiming to answer a question related to a topic in SIT111- Create a plan to outline the question and method for your research project- The research question is the question you aim to investigate in the project- The research method describes how you will approach answering the question- Carry out the research and write up your findings, demonstrating your ability to analyse the information, and how they are linked to what was discussed in SIT111- Reflections: At the end of the task you need to reflect on the experiences & the challenges you've had, and your own development that occurred as a result of this task- What new insights did you uncover through the course of this task???? How did it change or develop your understanding or skills????When you reflect on this, try to relate to the Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes:GLO1 Discipline-specific knowledge and capabilitiesGLO2 CommunicationGLO3 Digital literacyGLO4 Critical thinkingGLO5 Problem solvingGLO6 Self-managementGLO7 TeamworkGLO8 Global citizenship Part - Where can my degree take me???? Overview This task is focuses on researching about your future career direction and developing a plan to help you acquire your ideal role- Your SuperStrong Interest Inventory results in Part 2-2P have yielded some potential career options based on your preferences- Now, we can work on choosing jobs of interest to you within the tech sector, and beyond- Part requirementsa- Go through week 6 class materials on Career Education in Cloud Deakinb- Read the task instructions below and research jobs that you might wish to undertake while studying or once you have graduated from your degree- Advanced students: For students who already have industry experience or advanced skills, you might develop Table 2 to include jobs above entry-level,depending on your skill level- Please see Step 5 below for more information on how to complete this task- c- Develop 3 PowerPoint slides -with or without audio narration- detailing jobs you have researched, technical and transferrable skills required of those jobs, and a statement about your next career step -you may use the Stepping Stones model from Week 2 learning materials-- Part InstructionsWithin this task, you are required to:1- Research job titles, industries or careers you might wish to explore, making a note of the job titles i-e- ICT Security Specialist- You may choose to start by visiting Australian Job Outlook and Grad Australia's article on 13 Types of Graduate Jobs in the Tech Industry to explore the graduate job market within your discipline-Using Seek-com, Indeed-com, LinkedIn-com or other online job search websites, find advertised jobs that align with each of the following:2 x jobs traditionally associated with the discipline-specific knowledge of your course -Ca- reers In-- 2 x jobs in some way related to the discipline-specific knowledge of your course -Careers For-- 2 x open jobs to anyone with a degree but not specific to a discipline -Careers For- -Optional- 1 x working-for-self opportunity that you can conceive might be available to you after your degree -Careers For-- You may look to IT start-ups and entrepreneurial endeavours for examples-2- Place your findings within a table on one of your PowerPoint slides -see example table below-: 3- From a Position Description selected in the previous task, list at 4 skills -2 technical and 2 non- technical/transferrable skills- required of the role, and for each skill, develop and articulate your strategy for acquiring these skills-For example: You should comment on what you have learnt, how you will learn these skills, or how SIT111 could help form the foundation for you to move towards attaining the skill, or steps you might take towards developing higher levels of the skill- Do your research and ensure you refer to specific tasks or artefacts for technical skills and specific experiences that will help you develop non-technical skills-You are not expected to write more than 100 words per table entry- 4- Review the Stepping Stones model and conclude your task with a brief statement about your next career step including what you might do, when and how you intend to complete this next step- Feel free to add any career goals both short- and long-term- 5- Advanced students: Use this assessment to refine your next career stepping stones from your current role or skillset and watch the Career Education Module video specifically for advanced students- Consider how you will advance your career to include a more advanced career plan, some exam- ples include people/team management, starting your own business, obtaining advanced technical certifications or specialisations and more- 6- Convert the slides to PDF form and submit to OnTrack- If you have included audio narrations, double check the pdf before submission to ensure they are working- Part Discuss Flip-asm Overview Hack assembly programs -*-asm code- can manipulate registers, RAM, and I/O devices in the Hack Computer- Your task is to go over a given Hack assembly program named Flip-asm, and explain the given code- Flip-asm is included in the task resources-Part requirementsa- Go through week 6 class materials on Cloud Deakin & complete the practice problems in week 6-b- Read the task instructions Part Instructions 1- Using your knowledge gained from the learning materials and learning sessions in week 6, load the given Flip-asm into the CPU Emulator- 2- Experiment with the inputs and observe how the program behaves- 3- In your own words, discuss the given code line by line- Be sure to explain what is happening in each line, and why- Link back to the concepts discussed in the unit, especially in week 6- 4- Include your discussion in a document -1 page max-- Please do not upload handwritten text-You can include diagrams -hand-drawn or not- if you prefer - but this is not required- Reference Nisan, Noam, and Shimon Schocken- The Elements of Computing Systems : Building a Modern Com- puter from First Principles MIT Press, 2005Floyd, L-, Thomas- Digital Fundamentals- Prentice-Hall International, 2003 Part Mid-Point Unit Review Overview You have now completed 6 weeks of learning in SIT111, and hence are at the ‘mid point' of the trimester! In this task, you are required to fill a unit review to tell us what you learnt and how you learnt it-Your tutor will then review your submission and will give you feedback- If your submission is incom- plete they will ask you to include missing parts- They can also ask follow-up questions, either to clarify something, or to double check your understanding of certain concepts- Part requirementsa- Review class materials on Cloud Deakin from weeks 1-6 -inclusive-b- Complete the weekly self-assessment quizzes in weeks 1-6 -inclusive- with scores>=85%- You can take the quizzes any number of times- The quiz due dates will not impact your grade, as long as you have completed the quizzes by the time of this task submission-c- Read the task instructionsPart Instructions Learning Overview 1- Write a Learning Overview: Provide your understanding of the weekly topics from weeks 1-6 in a document- Document format should be as follows:- Times New Roman font, size 12 pt- Do not include hand-written answers-- Use standard page margins of 2-54 cm at top, bottom, right and left - should not exceed 3 pages- Go for quality over quantity and keep it clear and to the point- We are not looking for long essays- 2- In your overview, you need to include Reflections on each week, where you reflect on the learning materials from weeks 1-6- Include the following:a- What is the most important thing you learnt in a given week/topic????b- How does this relate to what you already know????c- Why do you think your course team wants you to learn this????3- Convert to PDF and name it ‘your-name-midpoint-learning-overview-pdf'Evidence of self-assessment, with a sufficient score -at least 85%-- 1- Please include evidence that you reached the minimum required score in each self- assessment weekly quiz from week 1-6 self-assessment-2- On the submissions page of each quiz, please take a screenshot of your highest attempt, with your name clearly visible at the top right- See below image as an example- 3- You will need to do this for all 6 quizzes- You can then include these 6 screenshots in a document as your evidence- Convert to PDF and name it ‘your-name-midpoint-evidence-pdf' Upload both pdfs to OnTrack- Attachment:- Part Sheet-rar

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