|1.||Critically analyse scenarios of ICT use and clearly identify the issues, consequences and alternative views;|
|2.||Critically evaluate contemporary issues related to the use of ICT and the role that ICT plays in society;|
|3.||Justify diversity and ethical principles to case situations of ICT use;|
|4.||Advocate for the issues and requirements of ethical compliance as an information professional including legal and legislative requirements for IT professional practice for individual and public good;|
|5.||Exemplify the role of ICT professionals and their interactions with users of information and the wider community through debate and practice as a responsible and ethical member of the ICT profession;|
|6.||Argue the role played by IT and responsibilities of IT professionals in influencing and achieving business goals ethically in contemporary organisations; and|
|7.||Interrogate the organisational dynamics and role of an information professional within the business environment, and exercise professional judgements by mediating and negotiating a business ICT agreement and demonstrate professional skills in business processes by balancing negotiations for individual, industry and society.|
|Report||Group Assignment (Written Report and Presentation)||35%|
|Assignment||Debate, Counter Argument||30%|
|Assignment||Mediation; Reflection on Mediation||20%|
|Other||Online and Class Participation||15%|
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