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Electronic Submission ONLY



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Electronic Submission ONLY

An electronic submission is required by the due date. Submit your assignment in an electronic format by going to the Uniprint web site www.uniprint.uwa.edu.au , then click on “Student Assignments” and follow the instructions.


If you have been granted additional time to complete an assignment or have missed the deadline for submission, you can submit your assignment in hard copy to the Students Centre.  Please remember to attach an Assignment Cover sheet to the front of your assignment. You can download the relevant Assignment Cover sheet from the Business School Current Students web page http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/students/assessments

FAILURE TO LODGE AN ASSIGNMENT THROUGH UNIPRINT BY THE DUE DATE WILL RESULT IN IT BEING JUDGED A LATE SUBMISSION AND CONSEQUENTLY BEING PENALISED. THERE ARE NO PAPER SUBMISSIONS FOR THIS UNIT.

Student Guild


Phone: (+61 8) 6488 2295

Facsimile: (+61 8) 6488 1041

E-mail: enquiries@guild.uwa.edu.au

Website: http://www.guild.uwa.edu.au



Charter of Student Rights and Responsibilities


The Charter of Student Rights and Responsibilities outlines the fundamental rights and responsibilities of students who undertake their education at UWA (refer http://handbooks.uwa.edu.au/undergraduate/poliproc/policies/StudentRights ).

Appeals against academic assessment


The University provides the opportunity for students to lodge an appeal against assessment results and/or progress status (refer http://www.secretariat.uwa.edu.au/home/policies/appeals ).


Approved calculators for examinations

The University only permits the use of calculators in examinations when the calculator has an approved sticker. If the student does not have an approved sticker on their calculator, they will not be permitted to use the calculator. Since this is a University wide policy it is not possible for unit coordinators to grant on the spot exemptions. Calculators can be approved at the Undergraduate Student Centre. Further information is available on the Business School web site, see



http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/studentnet/assessments.

Marking Guides


Presentation & Notes Marking Guide


Area of Assessment

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Clarity of expression by presenter
















Engaged with audience
















Enjoyable presentation
















Time Management
















Clearly identified critical and relevant issues
















Reached logical and insightful conclusions
















Notes appropriately referenced
















Notes are of appropriate length
















Notes meet grammatical and spelling conventions
















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1 = poor


5 = excellent

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