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Student Assignment Submission, Marking, and Assessment Policy

Part A: Record of Submission (to be completed by Student)


Part A: Record of Submission (to be completed by Student)
Extenuating Circumstances

If there are any exceptional circumstances that may have affected your ability to undertake or submit this assignment, make sure you contact the Advice Zone on your campus prior to your submission deadline.

Fit to sit policy: 

The University operates a fit to sit policy whereby you, in submitting or presenting yourself for an assessment, are declaring that you are fit to sit the assessment.  You cannot subsequently claim that your performance in this assessment was affected by extenuating factors.

Plagiarism and Unfair Practice Declaration: 

By submitting this assessment, you declare that it is your own work and that the sources of information and material you have used (including the internet) have been fully identified and properly acknowledged as required[ University Academic Misconduct Regulations].  Additionally, the work presented has not been submitted for any other assessment.  You also understand that the Faculty reserves the right to investigate allegations of plagiarism or unfair practice which, if proven, could result in a fail in this assessment and may affect your progress.

Intellectual Property and Retention of Student Work:

You understand that the University will retain a copy of any assessments submitted electronically for evidence and quality assurance purposes; requests for the removal of assessments will only be considered if the work contains information that is either politically and/or commercially sensitive (as determined by the University) and where requests are made by the relevant module leader or dissertation supervisor.

Details of Submission: 

Note that all work handed in after the submission date and within 5 working days will be capped at 40%[ Information on exclusions to this rule is available from the Advice Centre at each Campus].  No marks will be awarded if the assessment is submitted after the late submission date unless extenuating circumstances are applied for and accepted (Advice Zone to be consulted).

Part B: Marking and Assessment (to be completed by Module Lecturer)

Students are required to carry out a research project into student health and wellbeing based on the case study outlined below.  We will all have the same research topic and case study.  The project will be approved by the tutor upon submission of a 2000 word research proposal (assignment 1).  Students should structure their proposal using the format discussed in class.  The proposal should outline our plans for the project and should include a literature review, aims and objectives, a methodology and a section detailing ethical considerations.  It is vital that you include supporting documents to demonstrate ethical awareness and decision making.  Supporting documents should include proposed questionnaires/interview questions, a participant information sheet, example consent form, competed risk assessment form, GANTT chart, etc.  More details will be discussed in class.  

The proposal should be written in the 3rd person, future tense.  The format and structure of the proposal will be covered in class and will be available in the lecture slides on Blackboard.

Case Study

 “Breaking News!  Stress, anxiety and depression on the rise in university students.  Figures suggest link between poor mental health, lower attainment and higher drop out rates!”

Worried about the latest headlines regarding university students and stress, anxiety and depression, the vice chancellor of the university is keen find out about the links between mental health and other factors in order to put systems in place to better support students.  The VC is looking for a team of researchers within the university to carry out a study into student stress, anxiety, depression (SAD) and contributory factors.  The Applying Research to Practice module cohort has been put forward to carry out this important piece of research for USW.  We will work as a team of researchers to design and carry out the research and present back our findings.

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