The completion of Portfolio Task 4: Produce a video presentation for a prospective employer that presents your practical work and provides a critical reflection of your learning is worth 20% towards your portfolio for the UFCFFY-15-M Cyber Security Analytics (CSA) module. Please refer to your Assignment Overview for full details.
You should provide a video presentation (no longer than 10 minutes) that presents your work for the previous portfolio tasks, highlighting the strengths of your submission, the aspects that you found challenging, and how you managed to overcome these issues. You should upload your video to Blackboard using a standard video file format (e.g., MP4), or make it available via an online video service (e.g., YouTube) and provide access via a sharing link. The intended audience for your video is a prospective employer.
|Practical demonstration and discussion of portfolio work (60%)||No evidence of progress||A limited attempt to address this criteria||Some evidence of practical work is demonstrated, however there are some flaws in the approach||Good practical work is demonstrated with some discussion and understanding||Very good practical work is demonstrated with good discussion and understanding||Excellent practical work is demonstrated with excellent discussion and understanding|
|Critical reflection (20%)||No evidence of progress||A limited attempt to address this criteria||Some evidence of critical reflection but at a basic level||Good evidence of critical reflection that reflects on the approach taken||Very good critical reflection that demonstrates a deep understanding of the work||Excellent critical reflection that demonstrates a deep understanding of the work and further critical thinking|
|Clarity and professionalism (20%)||No evidence of progress||A limited attempt to address this criteria||A fair presentation with some minor flaws||A good presentation with very minor flaws||Very good presentation to a high standard||Excellent presentation to a professional and publishable standard|
Your submission for this task should include:
Your final portfolio should be submitted to Blackboard by 14:00 on 12th May 2022. Your Blackboard submission should consist of the following individual files:
Please do not ZIP the files together as a single submission on Blackboard, you can submit multiple files to Blackboard.
For each criteria, please reflect on the marking rubric and indicate what grade you would expect to receive for the work that you are submitting. For your own personal development and learning, it is important to reflect on your work and to attempt to assess this careful. Do think carefully about both positive aspects of your work, as well as any limitations you may have faced.
Practical demonstration and discussion of portfolio work (60%): You estimate that your grade will be __.
Critical reflection (20%): You estimate that your grade will be __.
Clarity and professionalism (20%): You estimate that your grade will be __.
Please provide a minimum of two sentences to comment and reflect on your own self-assessment: __. __.
Questions about this assignment should be directed to your module leader (Phil.Legg@uwe.ac.uk). You can use the Blackboard Q&A feature to ask questions related to this module and this assignment, as well as the on-site teaching sessions.