Unit 05 Information Systems in Organization

Unit 05Information Systems in Organization
Unit level5
Unit code M/601/1444
QualificationBTEC HND CSD
Term Start Date05 062017
Hand out date08 06 2017
Submission Deadline13 08 2017
Lecture7Weeks
Revision Clinic3 Weeks
Module LeaderMr Suneth Fernando
Lecturer Mr Suneth Fernando

Unit 05 Information Systems in Organization is the most valuable resource that an organisation possesses. The effective gathering, protection, analysis, processing and dissemination of information is vital to the success of any organisation. As globalisation and the 24-hour economy develop and increase, organisations must ensure that their Information Systems are reliable, efficient and able to cope with rapid change.

Organisations whose Information Systems previously dealt purely with data processing have now introduced those supporting strategic management and decision support. Managers at all levels need appropriate and timely information to plan successfully in the short, medium and long term, and that information can have many sources and destinations. As organisations diversify and decentralise, information also needs to be available to many non-managerial staff in a variety of locations. The logical conclusion is that an organisation is now completely dependent on the effectiveness of its Information Systems in order to survive and thrive in the 21st century business environment.

Unit 05 Information Systems in OrganizationLearners will begin this unit by analysing the information needs of an organisation at different levels and within different functional areas. It is important that computing professionals are able to understand how an organisation works and how it uses information, in order to be able to design, implement, maintain, and manage systems to support its operation.

On completion of this unit, learners will understand the importance of effective Information Systems to an organisation. They will be aware of the variety of options available for information processing and know that these will inevitably change over time. They will also use an information system to produce management information.

1.1 AIM:

To provide learners with an understanding of how organisations use Information Systems to help them manage their specific needs.

1.2 Objectives

On successful completion of this unit a learner will:

1 Understand information needs within different functional areas of organizations

2 Be able to compare Information Systems

3 Be able to use Information Systems to produce management information 

Unit Content:

Indicative content:

1 Understand information needs within different functional areas of organisations

Functional areas of an organisation: typical areas e.g. finance, accounts, human resources, stock control, sales, marketing, research and development, production, distribution, customer service, administration

Information needs: requirements analysis e.g. strategic, tactical, operational; data requirements e.g. inputs, outputs, processing activities; information distribution requirements e.g. location, department, individual

2 Be able to compare Information Systems

Information Systems: types e.g. business Information Systems, decision support systems, management Information Systems, executive Information Systems, office Information Systems, transaction processing systems, expert systems, global Information Systems, data warehouse systems, enterprise systems, enterprise resource planning systems, integrated Information Systems

Information and data: definition of information and data, sources of information, information requirements and the needs for information at different levels within an organisation, storing information and its importance with regard to security, accuracy and relevance; outputs e.g. payroll, invoicing, ordering, bookings, stock control, personnel records, goods tracking, decision making, marketing, customer service

3 Be able to use Information Systems to produce management information

Management information: reports e.g. sales report, college enrolment statistics, marketing analysis (brick v click) Gathering information: defining requirements; establishing sources of information; defining other factors to be considered e.g. constraints

Selecting information: analysis of e.g. validity, accuracy, currency, relevance; identifying

Alternatives 

Section 2: Learning Outcomes and assessment criteria

On successful completion of this unit a learner will:

LO1: Understand information needs within different functional areas of organisations

P1.1 Evaluate the information needs of the different functional areas of an organisation

LO2 be able to compare Information Systems

P2.1 Describe different types of Information Systems

P2.2 Investigate the current trends in using Information Systems applications to solve business problems

P2.3 Evaluate the suitability of Information Systems for different functional areas of an organisation

LO3 be able to use Information Systems to produce management information

P 3.1 Use an information system to generate valid, accurate and useful information for a given problem

P3.2 Evaluate alternative methods of solving the problem.

Section 3: Teaching and learning Methods

The module tutor(s) will aim to combine lectures with tutorial activities. This environment will provide opportunities for the student to understand the course material through case study and text and to apply it in a practical way. The intent is to facilitate interactive class activities, and discussion about the significant role of research in a global and local business environment.

Teaching Ethos

The College’s approach towards teaching and learning is simple and effective. The main aim of UKCBC is to assist learners in maximising their potential by ensuring that they are taught clearly and effectively. This will enable students to engage in the learning environment and promote success in both their academic studies and subsequent career. 

Section 4: Assessment Methods -Summary

LECTURES:

These will be developed around the key concepts as mentioned in the indicative course content and will use a range of live examples and cases from business practice to demonstrate the application of theoretical concepts. This method is primarily used to identify and explain key aspects of the subject so that learners can utilise their private study time more effectively.

SEMINARS:

These are in addition to the lectures. The seminars are designed to give learners the opportunity to test their understanding of the material covered in the lectures and private study with the help of reference books. This methodology usually carries a set of questions identified in advance. Seminars are interactive sessions led by the learners. This method of study gives the learner an excellent opportunity to clarify any points of difficulty with the tutor and simultaneously develop their oral communication skills.

CASE STUDIES:

An important learning methodology is the extensive use of case studies. They enable learners to apply the concepts that they learn in their subjects. The learners have to study the case, analyse the facts presented and arrive at conclusions and recommendations. This assists in the assessment of the learner’s ability to apply to the real world the tools and techniques of analysis which they have learnt. The case study serves as a supplement to the theoretical knowledge imparted through the course work.

Programme Specification

Accrediting Body:  EDEXCEL

Course: BTEC HND IN Computing and Systems Development                          

Unit: 05 Information Systems in Organization

WkLecture ScheduleOutcome of sessionActivity/seminar and formative assessmentResources
1 AM

 

 

Introduction to Information Systems in Organisation

Understand organisational structure, different functional units of organisation

Introduction to the module, mode of assessment, awareness of the awarding body,  assessment criteria and the mode of assessment

Role play and individual induction

Presentation

Question and answer,

Group discussion

Addressing A.C 1.1

Activities: identify different functional units of organisation and their roles

 

Module Handbook

Power points

Case study

 

PMBy the end of the learners will be able to: identify different functional areas of different organisations and the role of each functional unit

•         Human Resources

•         Finance/Accounting

•         Sales/Marketing

•         Production

•         Etc

Role play and individual induction

Presentation

Question and answer,

Group discussion

Addressing A.C 1.1

Activities: identify different functional units of organisation and their roles

 

2 AM

 

Understand information needs within different functional areas of organisations

 

 

 

Information needs: requirements analysis eg strategic, tactical, operational; data requirements eg inputs, outputs, processing activities;

 

Presentation

Question and answer,

Group discussion

Activities: Identify information needs of each functional area of an organisation A.C2.1

 

Power points

Case study

White board

PMUnderstand information needs within different functional areas of organisations

 

information distribution requirements eg location, department, individualPresentation

Question and answer,

Group discussion

Activities: Identify information needs of each functional area of an organisation

A.C 2.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 AM

Information Systems

 

Definition of Data and Information

Definition of Information system

Information Systems in different organisations

Information Systems Vs Information Technology

Expanding Roles of IS

Information Systems Development

IS as Discipline

Activities: Define data and information, and discuss the difference between data and information, and then derive the meaning of Information Systems

A.C 2.1

3 PM

 

Be able to compare information

Systems

 

Types of Information Systems

Information Systems: types eg business Information Systems, decision support systems, management Information Systems, executive Information Systems, office Information Systems, transaction processing systems, expert systems, global Information Systems, data warehouse systems, enterprise systems, enterprise resource planning systems, integrated Information Systems

Types of Information Systems in organisations:

•         Transaction Processing Systems (TPS)

•         Knowledge Work Systems (KWS)

•         Office Automation Systems (OAS)

Addressing A.C2.1

Presentation

Question and answer,

Group discussion

Activities: Research identify and discuss how TPS, KWS, and OAS can be applied in ASDA and TESCO

 

Formative Feedback

Power points

Case study

White board

 

4 AM

Be able to compare information

systems

Types of Information Systems in organisations:

•         Management Information Systems (MIS)

•         Decision-support Systems (DSS)

•         Executive Support Systems (ESS)

Relationship of systems to one another

Enterprise systems, supply chain management systems, customer relationship management systems

Current trends in using Information Systems applications to solve business problems:

Creating globalization opportunities:

Operational excellence

New products, services, and business models

Customer and supplier intimacy

Improved decision making

Competitive advantage

 

 

Presentation

Question and answer,

Group discussion

Activities: Research identify and discuss how MIS, DSS, and ESS can be applied in various retail organisations such as ASDA and TESCO

Presentation

Question and answer,

Addressing A.C2.2

 

 

 

Power points

Case study

White board

Information Systems applications in organisations

Business Processes and Information Systems

Power points

Case study

White board

4 PMBusiness Processes and Information Systems

Intranets

Extranets:

Network (LAN,MAN,WAN)

Internet

E-government system

WWW

Group discussion

Activities: Research discuss how IS can be used in TESCO to create global opportunities , operational excellence, New products, services, and business models

Activities: Discuss Intranet and Extranets. Different types of networks LAN,MAN,WAN as components of IS

Addressing A.C2.2

 

5 AM

 

 

Evaluate the suitability of Information Systems for

different functional areas of an organisation

Role of IS in Business

Information Systems application in functional units of business organizations

–        production

–        sales/marketing

–        finance/accounting

–        human resources

Role of IS in Business, Competitive advantage

Globalization, The value chain views

Question and answer, case study

Addressing A.C2.3

Activities:

Case study

Group discussion

 

Formative Feedback

Power points

Case study

White board

5 PMImpact of Information Systems in organisations

Be able to use information

systems to produce management

information

Impact of Information Systems in organisations

Need for automation
Organization of a database
Networking and interactive processing
System alternatives and evaluation: Centralization versus decentralization

Management information: reports eg sales report, college enrolment statistics, marketing analysis (brick v click) Gathering information: defining requirements; establishing sources of information; defining other factors to be considered eg constraints

Case study

Group discussion

 

Question and answer, case study Research: Why Information Systems in organisations?

 

 

Case study and address Addressing A.C2.3

 

Research: How to use Information system to generate valid, accurate, and useful information for a problem in TESCO

Formative Feedback

Power points

Case study

White board

Power points

Case study

White board

6 AM

 

Impact of Information Systems in organisations

Be able to use information

systems to produce management

information

use an information system to generate valid, accurate and useful information for a given problem:

The Use of Information in Decision Making

Use of Data for Strategic Learning and to Test Business Models Use of Data to monitor and improve performance

Monitoring, and Evaluation

Evaluate alternative methods of solving the problem.

The Input Phase:

The Processing Phase:

The Output/ Implementation Phase:

The Review/Feedback Phase:

•         )

 

 

 

Case study, question and answer, Group discussion

Research: Use Information Systems in decision making in ASDA

 

 

Power points

Case study

White board

Case study covering Addressing A.C3.1

question and answer, Group discussion

Activities: Research on the use of Information System to produce management information for ASDA

 

Power points

Case study

White board

Power point slides

White board

Internet

Case study

6PMBe able to use information

systems to produce management

information

Information Systems Analysis & Design

•         Systems Analysis

•         Systems Design (Input, Process, Output, Procedures, Control)

•         Logical design (what will the system do?)

•         Physical design (how the system will work?)

Implementation (coding, testing, training

Question and answer, presentation

Activities: Analyse and design information system for sales and marketing department in TESCO

Addressing A.C3.1

7 AMBe able to use Information Systems to produce management informationGathering information: defining requirements; establishing sources of information; defining

other factors to be considered eg constraints

Selecting information: analysis of eg validity, accuracy, currency, relevance; identifying

alternatives

Addressing A.C3.2
7 PMBe able to use Information Systems to produce management informationGathering information: defining requirements; establishing sources of information; defining

other factors to be considered eg constraints

Selecting information: analysis of eg validity, accuracy, currency, relevance; identifying

alternatives

Addressing A.C3.2
8 AMAssessment Support 

Review of the assignment

Discussion and reflective feedback, Question and answer

 

8 PMAssessment Support 

Review of the assignment

Discussion and reflective feedback, Question and answer

 

9 AMAssessment SupportReview of the assignmentDiscussion and reflective feedback, Question and answer
9 PMAssessment SupportReview of the assignmentDiscussion and reflective feedback, Question and answer
10 AM

 

Assessment Support & uploadAssessment and feedbackDiscussion and reflective feedback, Question and answer
10 AMAssessment Support & uploadAssessment and feedbackDiscussion and reflective feedback, Question and answer

 Recommended text and links

Books

  • Avison D, Fitzgerald G – Information Systems Development: Methodologies, Techniques and Tools (McGraw Hill, 2006) ISBN-10: 0077114175
  • Benyon-Davies P – Business Information Systems (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)ISBN-10: 023020368X
  • Giarratano J, Riley G – Expert Systems: Principles and Programming (Course Technology, 2004) ISBN-10: 0534384471
  • Laudon J, Laudon K – Essentials of Management Information Systems (Pearson, 2008) ISBN-10: 0135013534
  • Pijpers G – Information Overload: A System for Better Managing Every Day Data (Microsoft Executive Leadership Series) (Wiley, 2010) ISBN-10: 0470625740
  • Turban E et al – Decision Support and Business Intelligence Systems (Pearson, 2008) ISBN-10: 0131580175  

Unit 05 Information Systems in Organization

Lecturer: Suneth Fernando

Campus:

Contact details: sfernando@edu.ukcbc.ac.uk

Assessment: 100% coursework

The module will be assessed meeting all the assessment criteria as specified by the awarding body, Ed Excel.

Please read the instructions carefully while addressing the tasks specified.

Contribution: of the module

Outline Details: Report approx. 4500 words.   Details enclosed in the assignment brief.

Teaching and Learning Activities 

The module tutor(s) will aim to combine lectures with tutorial activities. This environment will provide opportunities for the student to understand the course material through case study and text and to apply it in a practical way. The intent is to facilitate interactive class activities, and discussion about the significant role of research in a global and local business environment. 

2.3       Teaching Ethos

The College’s approach towards teaching and learning is simple and effective. The main aim of UKCBC is to assist learners in maximising their potential by ensuring that they are taught clearly and effectively. This will enable students to engage in the learning environment and promote success in both their academic studies and subsequent career. 

Plagiarism:

Any act of plagiarism will be seriously dealt with according to the Colleges and awarding bodies’ regulations. In this context the definition and scope of plagiarism are presented below:

Plagiarism is presenting someone’s work as your won. It includes copying information directly from the web or books without referencing the material; submitting joint coursework as an individual effort; copying another student’s coursework; stealing coursework form another student and submitting it as your own work. Suspected plagiarism will be investigated and if found to have occurred will be dealt with according to the College procedure. (For further details please refer to the plagiarism policy and the student code of conduct.)  

Assessment:

The module will be assessed meeting all the assessment criteria as specified by the awarding body, Pearson Ed Excel.

Please read the instructions carefully while addressing the tasks specified.

Contribution: 100% of the module

Outline Details:  report approx 4500 words.   Details enclosed in the assignment brief

Unit: Information Systems in Organizations

Student feedback form with the Assessment Grid indicating their pass, merit and distinction:

Outcomes/criteria:Indicative characteristicsContextualisation

 

LO1 Understand information needs within different functional areas of organisations

 

 

 

 

 

LO2 Be able to compare Information Systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3 Be able to use information

systems to produce management information

 

As per the assessment criteria specified for pass

 

 

 

 

Do

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do

Addressing 1.1 as instructed and exhibit an understanding of information needs of different functional areas of an organisation using your chosen case studies.

 

 

Addressing 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3 as instructed and exhibit an understanding of different types of Information Systems in Organisation. And how Information Systems applications can be used to solve business problems

 

Addressing 3.1 and 3.2 as instructed and describe how to use an information system to generate valid, accurate and useful information for a given problem and alternative methods of solving the problem

 

Merit Description:
M1. Identify and apply strategies to find appropriate solutions.Relevant theories and techniques have been applied.

An effective approach to study and research has been applied.

 

 

To achieve M1, you will make use of relevant theories and techniques have applied throughout the assignment with special reference to 2.3.
M2. Select/ design and apply appropriate methods/ techniques.A range of sources of information used.

A range of methods and techniques have been applied

 

To achieve M2, you will have to show that you have use range of sources of information across this assignment. For example use of appropriate citations and reference across the assignment.
 

M3. Present and communicate appropriate findings.

A range of methods of presentation have been used andtechnical language accurately used.

The appropriate structure and approach has been used

 

To achieve M3, the work demonstrates effective use of technical languages across the assignment.
Distinction Description:
D1. Use critical reflection to evaluate own work and justify valid conclusion. Synthesis has been used to generate and justify valid conclusions

realistic improvements have been proposed against defined characteristics for success.

 

To achieve D1 you will have to show that Synthesis has been used to generate and justify valid conclusions in (for example 3.1)
D2. Take responsibility for managing and organizing activities.Autonomy/independence demonstrated.

 

Substantial activities, projects or investigations have been planned, managed and organised.

The importance of interdependence has been recognised and achieved

To achieve D2 you will have demonstrated autonomy/independence across your assignment.
D3. Demonstrate convergent, lateral and creative thinkingIdeas generate and decisions taken.

Self-evaluation has taken place.

Problems have been solved.

To achieve D3 you will have to demonstrate new ideas and decisions (for example 1.1) across your assignment.

ASSIGNMENT BRIEF SECTION

ASSIGNMENT

Unit Number and titleUnit 05: Information System in Organizations
QualificationBTEC HND CSD Level 5
Term Start Date05 06 2017
Assignment hand out date08 06 2017
Deadline/ Hand-in13 08 2017

TASK 1 to TASK 3: You are required to follow the instructions as specified towards each task and support with a research by using supportive materials like books, websites, etc., and give a feedback on the findings by relating your arguments to the selected organisation of your choice. Your report should fully follow the Harvard Referencing model.

LO1 Understanding information needs with in different functional areas of organisation.

TASK 1 The objective of this task is to address and exhibit an understanding information needs with in different functional areas of organisation. You are required to carry out  research by using supportive materials like books, websites, etc., and give a feedback of the findings.The answers need to be reflected to the selected organisation of your choice. Answers without application to an organization or without examples will be marked as Resubmission.

Information has been described as the backbone in business success, Information is vital to communication and a critical resource for performing works in organizations daily activities. Business managers spend most of their day in meetings, reading, writing, and communicating with other managers, subordinates, customers, vendors, and other constituents via telephone, in person, or by e-mail. Indeed, management itself is information processing. Learners are required to select an organisation and respond to learning outcomes.

Required:

A.C1.1 Evaluate the information needs of at least four functional areas of your chosen organisation.

LO2 Be able to compare Information Systems

TASK 2: The objective of this task is to be able to compare Information Systems. You are required to address the task as specified and research the selected organization of your choice in task 1 to address the assessment criteria A.C2.1 and A.C2.2 and A.C2.3 as specified. Answers need to be reflected to the selected organisation of your choice. Answers without application to an organization or without examples will be marked as Resubmission.

A.C2.1 Describe minimum of five different types of Information Systems used in your chosen organisations in task 1and give examples of each.

A.C2.2 Investigate the current trend in using Information System applications to solve business problems in your chosen organisation in Task 1.

A.C2.3 Evaluate the suitability of Information Systems for different functional areas of your chosen organisation in Task 1

LO 3 Use Information Systems to produce management information.

Task 3: The objective for this task is to be able to use Information Systems to produce management information. You are required to address the task as specified and research the selected organization of your choice to address the learning outcomes as specified:  Please note that the research and subjective skill needs to exhibit transferable skill by reflecting it to the chosen Data Analysis and Design or Database Design Concept case study. Answers without application to an organization or without examples will be marked as Resubmission.

You are required to use any type of Information Systems that you are familiar with to generate appropriate answers for Task 3. You may use Data Analysis and Design case study as one of the options for Task 3 or the Database Design Concept case study for this Task.

A.C3.1 Use an information system to generate valid, accurate and useful information for any given problem of your selected organisation.

A.C3.2   Evaluate alternative methods of solving the problem identified in 3.1 

Assignment Guidelines

  • Use a standard report structure, Word-process the report and use Normal script of a proper font size 12.
  • Produce an academic report, detailing the above issues with a word limit of approx. 4000 to 4500 words.
  • Complete the title page and sign the statement of authenticity.
  • The Assignment sheet should be attached in the front.
  • Submit the document in a folder in the form of a file as well as a soft copy on the submission date.
  • It should be uploaded on E-Learning platform before the deadline and submitted to ——– and sign the submission form of the College.
  • Assignments submitted after the deadline will not be accepted unless mitigating and may be entitled for a late fee.
  • Collusion and Plagiarism must be avoided.
  • Start each answer on a new page and pages should be numbered. Highlight each question clearly.
  • Include a Bibliography at the end of the assignment and use the Harvard referencing system.
  • All work should be comprehensively referenced and all sources must be fully acknowledged, such as books and journals, websites (include the date of visit), etc.
  • Try to give the page numbers, publishers’ details and the year of publication
  • In order to pass you need to address all the LO
  • In order to get a merit you need to first pass and then address the characteristics of M1, M2,M3
  • In order to get a Distinction you need to first pass, address all the merit characteristics and then address the characteristics of D1, D2 and D3.

Use a common format for the questions, for example:

  • Introduction (analyse the question.)
  • Underpinning Knowledge (write about the relevant theory/points)
  • Applied knowledge (Information Systems used in business organizations)
  • Conclusions and Recommendations (summarizing the whole scenario keeping in view pass, merit, distinction criteria.)

Appendix 4: Glossary of terms used for internally assessed units

This is a summary of the key terms used to define the requirements within units.

TermDefinition
AnalysePresent the outcome of methodical and detailed examination either:

●      breaking down a theme, topic or situation in order to interpret and study the interrelationships between the parts and/or

●      of information or data to interpret and study key trends and interrelationships.

Analysis can be through activity, practice, written or verbal presentation.

ApplyPut into operation or use.

Use relevant skills/knowledge/understanding appropriate to context.

ArrangeOrganise or make plans.
AssessOffer a reasoned judgement of the standard/quality of a situation or a skill informed by relevant facts.
CalculateGenerate a numerical answer with workings shown.
CompareIdentify the main factors relating to two or more items/situations or aspects of a subject that is extended to explain the similarities, differences, advantages and disadvantages.

 

This is used to show depth of knowledge through selection of characteristics.

ComposeCreate or make up or form.
CommunicateConvey ideas or information to others.

 

Create/construct skills to make or do something, for example a display or set of accounts.

Create/Const ructSkills to make or do something, for example, a display or set of accounts.
Critically

analyse

Separate information into components and identify characteristics with depth to the justification.
Critically evaluateMake a judgement taking into account different factors and using available knowledge/experience/evidence where the judgement is supported in depth.
TermDefinition
DefineState the nature, scope or meaning.
DescribeGive an account, including all the relevant characteristics, qualities and events.
DiscussConsider different aspects of a theme or topic, how they interrelate, and the extent to which they are important.
DemonstrateShow knowledge and understanding.
DesignPlan and present ideas to show the layout/function/workings/object/system/process.
DevelopGrow or progress a plan, ideas, skills and understanding
DifferentiateRecognise or determine what makes something different.
DiscussGive an account that addresses a range of ideas and arguments.
EvaluateWork draws on varied information, themes or concepts to consider aspects, such as:

●      strengths or weaknesses

●      advantages or disadvantages

●      alternative actions

●      relevance or significance.

Students’ inquiries should lead to a supported judgement showing relationship to its context. This will often be in a conclusion. Evidence will often be written but could be through presentation or activity.

ExplainTo give an account of the purposes or reasons.
ExploreSkills and/or knowledge involving practical research or testing.
IdentifyIndicate the main features or purpose of something by recognising it and/or being able to discern and understand facts or qualities.
IllustrateMake clear by using examples or provide diagrams.
IndicatePoint out, show.
InterpretState the meaning, purpose or qualities of something through the use of images, words or other expression.
InvestigateConduct an inquiry or study into something to discover and examine facts and information.
JustifyLearners give reasons or evidence to:

●      support an opinion

●      prove something is right or reasonable.

OutlineSet out the main points/characteristics.
PlanConsider, set out and communicate what is to be done.

 

TermDefinition
ProduceTo bring into existence.
ReconstructTo assemble again/reorganise/form an impression.
ReportAdhere to protocols, codes and conventions where findings or judgements are set down in an objective way.
ReviewMake a formal assessment of work produced.

 

The assessment allows learners to:

●      appraise existing information or prior events

●      reconsider information with the intention of making changes, if necessary.

Show howDemonstrate the application of certain methods/theories/concepts.
Stage and manageOrganisation and management skills, for example, running an event or a business pitch.
StateExpress.
SuggestGive possible alternatives, produce an idea, put forward, for example, an idea or plan, for consideration.
Undertake/ carry outUse a range of skills to perform a task, research or activity.

This is a key summary of the types of evidence used for BTEC Higher Nationals:

Type of evidence Definition
Case studyA specific example to which all students must select and apply knowledge.
ProjectA large scale activity requiring self-direction of selection of outcome, planning, research, exploration, outcome and review.
Independent researchAn analysis of substantive research organised by the student from secondary sources and, if applicable, primary sources.
Written task or reportIndividual completion of a task in a work-related format, for example, a report, marketing communication, set of instructions, giving information.
Simulated activity/role playA multi-faceted activity mimicking realistic work situations.
Team taskStudents work together to show skills in defining and structuring activity as a team.
PresentationOral or through demonstration.
Production of plan/business planStudents produce a plan as an outcome related to a given or limited task.
Reflective journalCompletion of a journal from work experience, detailing skills acquired for employability.
Poster/leafletDocuments providing well-presented information for a given purpose.

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