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HC2121 | Comparative Business Ethics | Ethics

Provide a short introduction and conclusion (5 marks)

  • Outline and summarize the arguments made in the article including relevant background/history and consider any legal or sanction implications. (5 marks)

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COT20255 | Reliable Training Centre (RTC) | IT

Case Study: Reliable Training Centre (RTC)

The Reliable Training Centre (RTC) started 20 years ago with 10 staff members.  It provides basic security officer training in various major capital cities in Australia (eg. Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth). The RTC’s head office is located in Melbourne. Now, it employs about 30 highly skilled trainers and 20 administration and support staff.

RTC is open five days a week from Monday to Friday. The RTC offers nationally accredited security officer training programs.  Over the years, RTC training gained reputation for its curriculum, training methods and highly qualified staff.    Many aspiring candidates have completed security officer programs at RTC with the intention to find employment in banking and other sectors.  

The program lasts four weeks involving 20 full days of training from 9am to 6pm. All centres in all major cities run the course 12 times a year, i.e. once a month between January and December. A program usually starts on a Monday and ends on a Friday of week-4. 

At the moment, RTC records their employees’ details, Students, Courses, Enrolments, Payments, Class schedules and Grades manually.  Although, this system is working fine, recording data in the manual system is laborious and time consuming. Moreover, RTC is unable to provide quick answers to several questions including: (1) Total number of students who have completed the security program so far (2) Number of students enrolled at each site (3) Busy periods (4) Amount generated through security programs at each site and so on. 

RTC records bookings/registrations through walk-in enquiries, postal mails, faxes, and emails. Through the paper-copy course brochure, all prospective students can select which dates they want to attend from the list of available programs, dates and provide their details to register as a student in the program. Students can select to be trained at a RTC office located in any preferred Australian capital city.

At the time of registration, students are required to make payment by cash or credit card.  In case of phone bookings, students are required to complete Payment form providing their credit card details or attach a cheque to it before sending it through to RTC for processing. The receipt will be sent to the student by post within 5 working days. In case of enrolment cancellations, students will be charged 12% of total fee.

At this point of time, RTC only runs two nationally accredited basic certificate programs which cost $10,000 per individual trainee per program. Any group or corporation that sends more than 1 but up to 4 students in a single booking/registration will be granted a 5% discount in a payment, 5 to 10 students 20% discount, and 11 or more students 30% discount.

There are eight subjects to complete in both programs. There are two assignments per subject. Students must pass all the assignments in all eight subjects to qualify for a certificate. Occasionally, some students who are sick or have another commitment cannot complete an assignment in time. All assignments are marked on a 100% weighting. Guidelines for grading are: (1) award a ‘Fail’ grade for any subject average mark in the range of 0%-49%; (2) award a ‘Pass’ grade for any subject average mark in the range of 50%-100%; and (3) award a ‘Result Outstanding’ grade for any students who cannot complete and submit a particular assignment in time with an approved extension.

Marks are recorded in RTC’s grades register but grades are made known and given to students in transcripts on completion. A student transcript records results of all subject assignments as ‘Pass’, ‘Fail’, or ‘Result Outstanding’. To complete the course and be awarded a certificate, it is compulsory for all students to clear all assignments within the specified timeline.

The RTC management team believes that a computerised system will not only help them to record the transactions easily but also help them to generate reports to understand the total number of students completed programs so far, no of enrolments at each campus, peak times, payments received/outstanding, total revenue generated, etc.  In addition to this, they believe that an ERP system would be helpful in minimising inconsistencies with data and be able to manage cash flows effectively. The RTC management is keen to use the technology and implement an ERP system with the help of an expert (you) to manage their operations. 

Your Task:

For this assessment, you will develop a report for “Reliable Training Centre (RTC)”, which includes:

  • An argument to persuade management that an ERP is required,
  • Feasibility analysis,
  • Issues that may arise due to incomplete elicitation of requirements and misalignment between the business processes and organisational strategy
  • Risks associated  with BPR and ERP customisation
  • Current business processes
  • Proposed changes to the business processes

Persuade management that an ERP is required.  Your argument should consider at least:

  • The reason for organisational change,
  • Alignment of an ERP with the organisation’s goals.
  • Benefits and limitations of ERPs in the context of this organisation, and
  • The organisational commitment, especially from management, for this organisation.

Remember that there is no right answer or recommendation. Successful arguments can be made for many options. Your task is to present a persuasive and argumentative piece of writing in report form.  From your research and discussions in the report, you are expected to draw and justify your own conclusions.

For this assignment, you are required to use academic literature to support and illustrate your report.  It is important that you look at how issues and potential problems inter-relate and explain the linkages in order to present the risks/issues.   It is up to you to explain and justify why the risks you identify may be a problem.  Use literature to develop your recommendations for strategies or actions that can avoid or mitigate the risks.  Be aware that it may not be possible to avoid or mitigate all risks.

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Your audience are non-technical. However, you can assume your readers are intelligent people who understand business arguments.  Remember that there is no single right answer that will address all risks and recommendations.  It is your choice to nominate which of the risks you believe are the most critical and up to you to select the most appropriate mitigation strategies for your recommendations.  You will be assessed on your ability to persuade the reader, so it is essential that you develop factual and logical arguments in your risk and recommendation justifications.

Hints:

Your report should include an Executive summary, Table of contents, Introduction, Discussion, Conclusion and recommendations.

You must use trade and academic literature to inform and support your report.  A minimum of 10 references (sources published 2012 or later) are required, at least 5 of which must be from academic sources (journal, conference or edited book chapter papers). Failure to include these will result in a deduction of marks. A high achieving student will probably have between 15 and 20 references. 

What you should submit:

You are required to submit your report as a Microsoft Word document.

LAW 6000 | Business and Corporate Law | LAW

Instructions:

There are three case studies that you are required to critically analyse.

With respect to each case study:

Identify the legal issue(s) arising from the facts of the case study

Identify the appropriate legal principles that requires discussion in the case study Apply the law to the facts of the case study

Reach a conclusion/ give practical advice to your client.

Your analysis should refer to appropriate cases and statutes and be referenced using the Harvard Reference system.

You will be assessed in accordance with the Assessment Rubric.

Case Study 1

Lance purchases a new ute from Mighty Motors Pty Ltd for $25,000. He tells Lynton, the car salesperson that he is a partner in a herbal products business. Lynton is aware of the business as he has read an article about it in the local newspaper.

The three partners had agreed that a car would be purchased for the business but Lance was instructed not to spend over $20,000.

Lynton is completely unaware that Lance has a purchasing limit.

Will the partnership be bound by this contract? Can the other partners take action against Lance?

Case Study 2

Xiaojing is keen to sell her products. The business produces a lavender and Echinacea moisturiser. The business produces an advertising flyer that states the moisturiser will ‘slow the effects of ageing’. This is false.

The partnership is not happy with the Ute – they think they have bought a ‘lemon’. They decide to sell the car to Saqlaim a refugee from Syria who has little understanding of English. Fast talking and charismatic Lance talks him into purchasing the car. He enters a contract with a finance company to purchase the car.

Will Saqlaim be bound by the contract? Do consumers have a remedy regarding the claims re the moisturiser?

Case Study 3

Felix a uni student aged 20 is keen to earn some income during the summer holidays. He is employed as a casual to pick lavender.

He will be paid $25 cash per bag.

One Sunday Xiaojing tells him that he is doing such great work she will pay him an extral $100 for work he did yesterday clearing garden beds.

She reneges on her promise and Felix is outraged. He wants to know if he can sue Xiaozing for the $100.

Advise Felix.

Learning Rubrics

Assessment Fail Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
0-49 50-64 65-74 75-84 85-100
Attributes
(Unacceptable) (Functional) (Proficient) (Advanced) (Exceptional)
Evaluation of Limited understanding of key concepts Resembles a recall or Supports personal Discriminates Systematically and
information selected to required to support the case study. summary of key ideas. opinion and information between assertion of critically discriminates
support the case study substantiated by personal opinion and between assertion of
Confuses logic and emotion. Information Often conflates/confuses evidence from the information personal opinion and
taken from reliable sources but without a assertion of personal research/course substantiated by information
20 % coherent analysis or synthesis. opinion with information materials. robust evidence substantiated by robust
substantiated by from the evidence from the
Viewpoints of experts are taken as fact evidence from the Demonstrates a capacity research/course research/course
with little questioning. research/course to explain and apply materials and materials and extended
materials. relevant concepts. extended reading. reading.
Analysis and evaluation Identify logical flaws. Well demonstrated Information is taken
do not reflect expert capacity to explain from sources with a high
judgement, intellectual Questions viewpoints of and apply relevant level of
independence, rigor and experts. concepts. interpretation/evaluation
adaptability. to develop a
Viewpoint of experts
are subject to
questioning.
Analysis and
evaluation reflect
growing judgement,

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  intellectual comprehensive critical
independence, rigor analysis or synthesis.
and adaptability.
Identifies gaps in
knowledge.
Exhibits intellectual
independence, rigor,
good judgement and
adaptability.
Effective Difficult to understand for audience, no Information, arguments Information, arguments Information, Expertly presented; the
communication while logical/clear structure, poor flow of ideas, and evidence are and evidence are well arguments and presentation is logical,
giving advices to client argument lacks supporting evidence. presented in a way that presented, mostly clear evidence are very persuasive, and well
is not always clear and flow of ideas and well presented, the supported by evidence,
No effort is made to keep audience logical. arguments. presentation is demonstrating a clear
engaged, audience cannot follow the line logical, clear and flow of ideas and
of reasoning. Attempts are made to The audience is mostly well supported by arguments.
keep the audience engaged, line of evidence.
Little use of presentation aids, or the engaged, but not always reasoning is easy to Engages and sustains
10 % presentation aids and material used are successful. Line of follow. Engages the audience’s interest in the
irrelevant. reasoning is often audience, topic, demonstrates high
difficult to follow. Effective use of demonstrates levels of cultural
presentation aids. cultural sensitivity. sensitivity
Presentation aids are
used more for effect Carefully and well Effective use of diverse
than relevance. prepared presentation aids,
presentations aids including graphics and
are used. multi-media.

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Application of knowledge to practise while providing appropriate advice to clients

Limited understanding of the internal and Understands the internal Understands the impact Evaluates the impact Demonstrates cultural
external business environment. and external business of financial, social, of financial, social, sensitivity.
environment including political, environmental political,
Lacks a global perspective for potential commercial context and issues on the business. environmental issues Analyses the impact of
market and trends. market forces. on the business; and financial, social, political,
Demonstrates where relevant, as environmental issues on
Uses a limited range of information as the Understands local and commercial awareness of they relate to the business; and where
basis of recommended practice. global markets/trends. product different countries relevant, as they relate to
development/service where the business different countries where
Accesses relevant provision. may operate. the business may
information. operate.
Understands the Demonstrates
Adequately utilises business. commercial Critically demonstrates
information from a awareness of commercial awareness of
variety of sources. Can prepare and product product
presents business development/service development/service
Gathers/utilises cases/proposals. provision and cost provision and cost
competitor knowledge. relationships. relationships.
Understands the Holistic understanding of
business and its risks. business and its risks.
Can prepare and Assesses the impact of
presents business information and
cases/proposals. communication systems
on the operations of the
business.
Critical understanding of
the global market
opportunities and
competitive
environment.

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Evaluation and Limited understanding of key concepts Resembles a recall or Supports personal Discriminates Systematically and
Justification of required to support discussion summary of key ideas. opinion and information between assertion of critically discriminates
Information provided substantiated by personal opinion and between assertion of
to client Confuses logic and emotion. Information Often conflates/confuses evidence from the information personal opinion and
taken from reliable sources but without a assertion of personal research/course substantiated by information
coherent analysis or synthesis. opinion with information materials. robust evidence substantiated by robust
20 % substantiated by from the evidence from the
Viewpoints of experts are taken as fact evidence from the Demonstrates a capacity research/course research/course
with little questioning. research/course to explain and apply materials and materials and extended
materials. relevant concepts. extended reading. reading.
Analysis and evaluation Identify logical flaws. Well demonstrated Information is taken
do not reflect expert capacity to explain from sources with a high
judgement, intellectual Questions viewpoints of and apply relevant level of
independence, rigor and experts. concepts. interpretation/evaluation
adaptability. to develop a
Viewpoint of experts comprehensive critical
are subject to analysis or synthesis.
questioning.
Identifies gaps in
Analysis and knowledge.
evaluation reflect
growing judgement, Exhibits intellectual
intellectual independence, rigor,
independence, rigor good judgement and
and adaptability. adaptability.

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Correct citation of key Demonstrates inconsistent use of good Demonstrates use of Demonstrates use of Demonstrates use of Demonstrates use of
resources and evidence quality, credible and relevant resources to credible and relevant high quality, credible and good quality, high-quality, credible and
support and develop ideas. resources to support and relevant resources to credible and relevant relevant resources to
develop ideas, but these support and develop resources to support support and develop
20 % are not always explicit or ideas. and develop arguments and position
well developed. arguments and statements. Shows
statements. Shows evidence of wide scope
evidence of wide within and without the
scope within the organisation for sourcing
organisation for evidence
sourcing evidence

Hardware Manager | Python

The goal here is to write some software that would assist a system administrator to maintain a list of IT hardware and owners. The assignment will get progressively more complex as it proceeds – the early stages will be reasonable straight forward and will be sufficient for a passing grade.

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ME502 | Digital Communications | METLAB

Assignment Description:

The purpose of this assignment is to motivate students to seek application of waveform coding techniques for digital audio transmission and digital audio recording. The assignment has two parts: Part A and Part B.

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UNIX | Information Technology

Submit your responses to the following questions in APA6 report format. Please keep in mind the point weight for the questions – one-line, short paragraph and non-relevant answers will not get ANY points.

1)    Access Control [20 points – 5 points each]

a)     Describe what an access control list is.

b)    Explain how UNIX permissions can be regarded as access control lists.

c)     Describe capability-based access control.

d)    Contrast access control lists and capability-based access control.

2)    Cloud security [20 points] Describe the mechanisms and protocols used by the Trusted Third Party method of cloud security to provide confidentiality, integrity, and authenticity.

3)    IS Management [20 points] Describe the conclusions reached by Soomro, et al with respect to information security management. What relationship should the technical, management, and human dimensions have?  Whose responsibility is information security in an organization?

4)    Design Principles [40 points à 5 points each] – In their seminal 1975 paper, Saltzer and Schroeder articulated eight principles for “The Protection of Information in Computer Systems”. These principles are:

A.    Least Privilege

B.    Fail-safe Defaults

C.    Economy of Mechanism

D.    Complete Mediation

E.    Open Design  

F.     Separation of Privilege

G.    Least Common Mechanism

H.    Psychological Acceptability

Give a short description of each of the principles.  the statements in the paper – there need to be explanations in your own words, with examples provided to demonstrate your understanding.

SBM1203 | Project Economics and Finance | Economics

This unit of study will equip students with insights and tools for financial appraisal and decision optimisation. It aims at imparting the basic knowledge and competencies required in project appraisal and financial management, applicable to all sectors of industry and business including services, business investment, R&D, capital projects and projects in local, state and national government departments and agencies.

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Hardware Manager | Python

Assignment 1

Hardware List Maintenance

The goal here is to write some software that would assist a system administrator to maintain a list of IT hardware and owners. The assignment will get progressively more complex as it proceeds – the early stages will be reasonable straight forward and will be sufficient for a passing grade, and the more advanced stages are for those who wish to go further and target a higher overall result.

General Requirements

All assignments should be written in Python 3 and should run in IDLE. They can be written on any type of computer, but they should be able to be executed in the computer pool.

The highest marks will be for working code. However, in cases where there are problems, you will be assigned marks for how you approached the task. It is also expected that you will provide comments in the programs to explain how it works, and these comments will account for up to 10% of the overall grade.

Stage 1: Data Entry

Write a program which requests that the user enters a computer model, year purchased, blue plate number (a unique ID that will be used to identify the computer) and owner. Store that data in a List. After the user has entered data, request that the user enters Y or N to continue. If they enter N, print the list of models, years, owners and blue plate numbers to the screen. If they enter Y, repeat the first step.

Your program should produce the following result:

Hardware Manager
Computer Model: Acer Aspire 5
Purchase Year: 2018
Blue Plate: A87634
Owner: Gaye Deegan
Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634 has been recorded.
Do you wish to enter another record? (Y/N) Y
Computer Model: Lenovo Yoga 520
Purchase Year: 2017
Blue Plate: G65438
Owner: Ben Martini
Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438 has been recorded.
Do you wish to enter another record? (Y/N) N
1. Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634: Gaye Deegan
2. Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438: Ben Martini
Thankyou.

Stage 2: Validation

Building on stage 1, you now need to ensure that the program checks for valid entries in each case, and converts the text to the appropriate format.

You need to:

  • Ensure that a model, year, blue plate number and owner were entered, If any of these were not entered, do not record that item and go straight to asking if they wish to continue.
  • Ensure that the user enters either “Y”, “y”, “N” or “n” when asked if they wish to continue. Continue to ask until they enter a valid result.
  • For extra marks, (and this is challenging), ensure that the blue plate number consists of a letter followed by five numerals.

Sample output:

Hardware Manager
Computer Model: Acer Aspire 5
Purchase Year: 2018
Blue Plate: A87634
Owner: Gaye Deegan
Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634 has been recorded.
Do you wish to enter another record? (Y/N) yes
Do you wish to enter another record? (Y/N) y
Computer Model:
No record has been recorded.
Do you wish to enter another record? (Y/N) Y
Computer Model: Lenovo Yoga 520
Purchase Year: 2017
Blue Plate: G65438
Owner: Ben Martini
Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438 has been recorded.
Do you wish to enter another record? (Y/N) N
1. Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634: Gaye Deegan
2. Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438: Ben Martini
Thankyou.

Stage 3: Objects and Persistance

This involves two separate jobs:

  • Create a class to store the details of the record rather than using a List on its own. Employ the Class in your code.
  • Store the record details in a text file, and load then when next the program is launched.

Sample Output

Hardware Manager
Computer Model: Acer Aspire 5
Purchase Year: 2018
Blue Plate: A87634
Owner: Gaye Deegan
Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634 has been recorded.
Do you wish to enter another record? (Y/N) N
1. Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634: Gaye Deegan
Thankyou.

Hardware Manager
Computer Model: Lenovo Yoga 520
Purchase Year: 2017
Blue Plate: G65438
Owner: Ben Martini
Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438 has been recorded.
Do you wish to enter another record? (Y/N) N
1. Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634: Gaye Deegan
2. Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438: Ben Martini
Thankyou.

Stage 4: Options and CSV

In this stage we need to add an optional “Export to CSV” option, along with the ability to choose to list existing entries and/or add a new one. The program should now ask the user to choose between 4 options: Add a new account, List existing accounts, Export to CSV, or Quit. If they do not choose one of those four options, they need to be asked again. If they choose Export, we need to output the data to accounts.csv. Otherwise we need to add, list or quite as required.

Now that things are getting more complex, you are expected to use functions to manage these tasks in your program.

Sample output:

Hardware Manager

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: A

Computer Model: Acer Aspire 5

Purchase Year: 2018

Blue Plate: A87634

Owner: Gaye Deegan

Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634 has been recorded.

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

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Your choice: L

  1. Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634: Gaye Deegan

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: a

Computer Model: Lenovo Yoga 520

Purchase Year: 2017

Blue Plate: G65438

Owner: Ben Martini

Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438 has been recorded.

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: e

Records saved as hardware.csv.

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: Q

Thankyou.

Stage 5: Deleting and Updating

For the last stage we need to make this a bit more general purpose by introducing methods to delete and update records. As we’re doing this, we will also need to record when events happen. Accordingly, you will need to add:

  • A date/time created property in the record.
  • A date/time updated property in the record.
  • An ability to delete a record, where the user enters the ID (number) of the record and it is removed after confirming the record with the user. You will need to learn how to delete an item from a List and to update the save file.
  • The ability to edit a record by changing the owner’s name. As with delete, the user will need to specify the ID of the record to be edited. If no ID is specified, or if the ID is incorrect, it will not continue.

Sample output:

Hardware Manager

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: A

Computer Model: Acer Aspire 5

Purchase Year: 2018

Blue Plate: A87634

Owner: Gaye Deegan

Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634 has been recorded.

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: l

  1. Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634: Gaye Deegan

    Created: Tuesday, 05. March 2018 07:25AM

    Updated: Tuesday, 05. March 2018 07:25AM

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: d

Enter record ID: 1

You are about to delete Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634

Do you wish to delete this record (Y/N): N

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: d

Enter record ID: 1

You are about to delete Acer Aspire 5 (2018) A87634

Do you wish to delete this record (Y/N): Y

Record deleted.

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: l

No records to display

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: a

Computer Model: Lenovo Yoga 520

Purchase Year: 2017

Blue Plate: G65438

Owner: Ben Martini

Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438 has been recorded.

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: l

  1. Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438: Ben Martini

    Created: Tuesday, 05. March 2018 07:30AM

    Updated: Tuesday, 05. March 2018 07:30AM

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: C

Enter record ID: 2

There are no records with the ID “2”.

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: C

Enter record ID: 1

Enter a new owner: Gaye Deegan

Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438 has been updated.

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: l

  1. Lenovo Yoga 520 (2017) G65438: Gaye Deegan

    Created: Tuesday, 05. March 2018 07:30AM

    Updated: Tuesday, 05. March 2018 07:32AM

—–

    (A)dd a new record

    (L)ist existing records

    (C)hange owner

    (D)elete a record

    (E)xport to CSV

    (Q)uit

Your choice: Q

Thankyou.

 

ENEM 14014 | Capstone Thermo Fluid Engineering | Capstone

The development of strategies for efficient and effective energy management in buildings is essential not only for reducing the cost of energy but also to save the environment. Effective HVAC control strategies should be developed for improved thermal energy management. Energy savings of up to 30% .

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COSC2531 | Programming Fundamentals | Programming

This is a group assignment and worth 20% of your final grade. The grading is based on both demonstration and final code submission. Each group may consist of 2-3 students. You must demonstrate your assignment in your timetabled practical class prior to your final submission.

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ACC568 | Account Assignment-2 | Accounting

Question 1 (7%)     

Ethical Issue

Janelle Davis is one of the audit seniors at MYH and came to see you about an issue that she finds worrisome. Janelle is part of the audit team that audits Great Gold Limited (GGL), a company that extracts and refines gold at a local mine. She is also on the audit of Big Machine Limited (BML), a  company that leases and services large mining machinery to a number of the gold mines in the region.

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COM4056 | Individual Problems and Case study on Secure Server Network | Systems Administration

Question 1: Which cryptography for a company in expansion? (20 points)

A successful financial company based in the North East is about to open a second office in the south of the country. The CEO decides to introduce “security” to the digital communications amongst staff but is unsure whether to use symmetric or public-key cryptography.

You are hired by the CEO to write a short report (1000 words max) advising the company.

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ACTY 5320 | Law of Business Obligations | Law

Question 1 (Learning Outcome One)            10 Marks

New Zealand Constitutional Framework – short essay

Instructions: Describe in your own words what is “common law” and give an example (using a case) of how the common law system works

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CSM80002 | Environmental Sustainability in Construction | Science

Assignment requirements

Write your assignment in a report format using academic language. Use your research (correctly in-text referenced) to provide evidence and support for your beliefs and arguments. Your report must have the following sections:

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Python Program | Python

The Misbehavior of Markets

  1. Write a python program(s) to download end-of-day data last 25 years the major global stock market indices from Yahoo! Finance–
  • Dow Jones Index (USA)
  • S&P 500 (USA)
  • NASDAQ (USA)
  • DAX (Germany)
  • FTSE (UK)

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Advanced Java Programming | Java

 Overview

This course has three assignments and no examination.

  • The first assignment is your “Project Proposal” for the project that you are planning to work on in this course.
  • The second assignment is a progress report “Assignment 1“.
  • The third assignment is the submission of your completed “Final Project Report“.

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INF11114 | Digital Business Environments | Management

 This is a formal piece of work, worth 30% of your mark for the module.

Coursework 1 comprises preparatory work for an analysis that you will fully undertake for Coursework 2.  Coursework 1 sets the focus for that work, examining your selection of an appropriate organisation to study, your assessment of potential sources of data, the nature of the analytical approaches that you intend to undertake.

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SWM5100 | Social Work: Fields of Practice | Management

Background

As a social worker, it is important to be able to view complex problems from a number of view points, including the perspective of the client. Working through the questions below will help you to apply some of the ideas from lectures and tutorials to a real-world challenge.

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Portfolio | Research

You will develop a portfolio of resources by writing five critical reviews.  A critical review requires you to summarise and evaluate an article, and find additional articles to support your evaluation.  Each critical review should include an introduction, a summary, a critique, a conclusion and references.  Each critical review should be 400-500 words.  The articles to evaluate will be provided on the unit website.

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Advanced java programming | Java

Overview

This course has three assignments and no examination.

  • The first assignment is your “Project Proposal” for the project that you are planning to work on in this course.
  • The second assignment is a progress report “Assignment 1“.

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MGMT6013 | Policy Proposal Report | Management

  • Develop innovative approaches and creative thinking;
  • Clearly describe the process used to analyse strategic issues;
  • Develop awareness of ethical and social considerations for strategic solutions;
  • Enhance global perspectives for strategy;

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MGMT6013 | Critique and Risk Assessment Report | Management

Objectives:

  • Develop innovative approaches and creative thinking;
  • Clearly describe the process used to analyse strategic issues;
  • Develop awareness of ethical and social considerations for strategic solutions;
  • Enhance global perspectives for strategy;
  • Awareness of ethical and social considerations for strategic issues;
  • Assess organisational strengths and limitations.

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BUSN20017 | Individual Assessment Written Memo | Management

  • This assessment accounts for 20% of your grade. The assessment is due in Week 5 Monday, April 2nd at 5.00 pm AEST
  • The essay must be between 700-1000 words in length.
  • Two points will be deducted for those essays that are over or under by 200 words.
  • There is a late deduction of one point per day after the due date.

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Auditing | Accounts

Background 
You are a manager in the audit division at Miller Yates Hogarth (MYTH), an accounting firm with offices throughout the major regional centers of NEW and Queensland. Although a medium sized firm by national standards, MYTH is the second largest regional accounting firm in Australia. Most of Myths audit clients are in the agriculture, mining, manufacturing and property industries.

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ACC539 | Cloud On-line Accounting | Accounting

Task

Part A, 7 marks

You are working as an accountant in a local accounting firm. You have been approached by David and Victoria, the owner of “Action Sports”, a brand new sports clothing and accessories business. They have chosen Xero as their cloud based accounting system and have employed you to set up their company in Xero and enter the first month’s transactions.

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Online Registration and Evaluation System | Web App development

Background

This partnership grant proposal seeks to build on the success of the Infant Program, an efficacious cluster-randomised controlled trial designed to promote improved dietary, physical activity and sedentary behaviours in infants and their parents (Campbell et al 2008). The original Infant Program trial commenced in 2008 and involved 540 families across 11 Victorian Local Government Areas (LGAs).

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