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D-II.

Organise Information / Data Using a Recommended Structure and Process.

At Level II of ‘organising’ students will be able to utilise a given structure or procedure to organise two or multiple sources of information and or data.

EXAMPLE CRITERIA NATURE OF THE TASK DISCIPLINE YEAR LEVEL  FULL MARKING CRITERIA
Hierarchical note-taking framework organises related information under key headings Entry-level diagnostic of literature research skills Business Ethics Masters by Coursework BEmon_diagmc08
Data incorporated into report-writing structure, but no linkage between sections Research paper Business Ethics Masters by Coursework BEmon_resrepmc08
Organising paragraph/sentence lacks precision. Body of text partially arranged logically Diagnostic legal scenario Busniess Law Masters by Coursework BLmel_diagmc08

Logical structure present, only partially coherent

Research paper Business Law Masters by Coursework BLmel_assignmc08
Hierarchical note-taking framework organises related information under key headings Entry-level diagnostic of literature research skills Electronic Engineering Masters by Coursework PHOTad_diagMast06
Logical structure present, only partially coherent Research Paper Electronic Engineering Masters by Coursework PHOTad_papermcMast07

Hierarchical note-taking framework organises related information under key headings

Entry-level diagnostic of literature research skills Human Biology First Year HBad_diag07
Hierarchical note-taking framework organises related information under key headings. Ideas linked within paragraphs but not sections Literature research skills Human Biology First Year

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HB Lit rsd task 1 explanation

Ideas linked within paragraphs but not sections. Aim not clearly stated/not appropriate Sourcing and Referencing Scientific Information Human Biology First Year HB Lit rsd task 3 explanation
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Drawings comprehensive and accurately labelled. Data presented in logical sequence Laboratory Research Skills Human Biology First Year

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HB Lab rsd task 3 explanation

Accurate correlation between joint features and specific roles in movement. Ideas presented in logical sequence Laboratory Research Skills Human Biology First Year

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HB Lab rsd task 7 explanation

Figures accurate and fully labelled. Ideas presented in logical sequence Laboratory Research Skills Human Biology First Year

HB Lab rsd task 10 marking criteria PDF

HB Lab rsd task 10 explanation PDF

Data incorporated into report-writing structure, but no linkage between sections Open Inquiry in Population Analysis and report Human Biology

First Year Second Semester

HB population analysis marking criteria
HB population analysis PDF
Organise data to identify most and least common numerical operations Level 2 Health Numeracy Nursing First Year NURSad_L2mc07
Uses sound strategies to edit wiki and poster, with linkage between and within most sections, accurate explanations and sound conclusions Wiki and poster assesment Oral Health First Year OH_wiki_poster08
Hierarchical note-taking framework organises related information under key headings Entry-level diagnostic of literature research skills Petroleum Engineering First year PEad_diagmc07
Data-recording method will organise data Entry-level diagnostic of experimental design Psychology Third year PSYmac_diagmc05

 

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