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Reflective Business Project Coursework

Impact of Technology on One Profession

-Critically reflect on what you have learned during this module and how you are going to apply this  in your future career aspirations.

-Describe and critically evaluate the impact of technology on one chosen profession (e.g. Law).  Support your arguments with credible and recent references.

-Choose four skills, two of which must include project management and teamwork, and reflect on how  you developed these during this module. Demonstrate your understanding of the skills developed and  provide evidence to support your claims. This evidence should be based on your experience to date, 
 including any feedback you received. You may find the following structure based on Gibb's (1988)  reflective model helpful:

• Description: what happened?
• Feelings: what were you thinking and feeling?
• Evaluation: what was good and bad about the experience?

• Analysis: what sense can you make of the situation?
• Conclusion: what else could you have done?
•  Action plan: how would you apply this learning in future study or employment?

-Critically analyse and justify your current career aspirations. These could be in the area of Law,  IT or another sector. Create and present your PDP which demonstrates constructive planning for your  future career aimed at achieving your aspirations which are aligned with your learning and skills.  Your PDP may include examples such as further study, training, experience, etc.

-Write in the first person (‘I ) and be honest
•  Set up and use a log to reflect regularly on your module learning, then review for examples to  use in your reflection.

• Work must be referenced, and a reference (and bibliography if used) list provided
•  Work must be submitted as a Word document (.doc/docx) or PDF
•  Coursework must be submitted using Arial font size 11 (or larger if you need to), with 1.5 line spacing
•  Your student number must appear at the front of the coursework. Your name must not be on your  coursework.

Make sure you understand the University Regulations on expected academic practice and academic  misconduct. Note in particular:

-Your work must be your own. Markers will be attentive to both the plausibility of the sources  provided as well as the consistency and approach to writing of the work. Simply, if you do the  research and reading, and then write it up on your own, giving the reference to sources, you will  approach the work in the appropriate way and will cause not give markers reason to question the  authenticity of the work.

• All quotations must be credited and properly referenced. Paraphrasing is still regarded as  plagiarism if you fail to acknowledge the source for the ideas being expressed.

LSBU marking criteria have been developed to help tutors give you clear and helpful feedback on  your work. They will be applied to your work to help you understand what you have accomplished, how  any mark given was arrived at, and how you can improve your work in future.

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