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Network Management Assignment

Part I

1. For part (1) of this assignment,

a. Map all the weekly lab activities of MN501 onto one or more of the key knowledge

areas described in CBOK by using the following template. (one page)

Weekly lab activities of MN501 CBOK key knowledge

areas

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Week 10

b. Write a group reflection on all of the above weekly lab activities of MN501.

(10 marks)

Part II

MN501 Network Management in Organisations Page 2

2. Part (2) of this assignment is based on the topic you selected in lab 7 and you are required to make a group (2-4 members from your lab class within your course) to complete this assignment.

The topic list is given at the end of this document.

a. Group report should include the following

(you can include your lab work from week 7 to week 8 to complete these sections) (Word limit 1000)

- Title

- Description / introduction (of the project)

- Background (include summary of all papers)

- References (IEEE style)

- Appendix - Include literature review of each paper with summaries of all group members as an Appendix

b. You need to make a group based presentation on the topic chosen

- Prepare power point presentation (with 7 slides)

- Each group is given 10 minutes to present

- All group members should present

Use the following steps to develop a clear plan for your oral presentation

1. Research your topic: Collect information about your topic from numerous sources. Your speech will be more effective if you can identify the key ideas and concepts clearly.

2. Arrange ideas in a logical sequence: After you have researched about your topic, it is important to carefully plan and organise your material logically.

You can use concept maps or mind maps to organise your findings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zsp-8WSlJro

 R. Archee, M. Gurney, and T. Mohan, Communicating As Professionals, 3rd Ed., Australia: Cengage Learning, 2013. (page 371)

 http://www.swansea.ac.uk/media/media,32275,en.pdf

3. Develop a plan: write your talk in full or in point form.

Introduction

Get your audience’s attention. State your main points.

Body of your talk

Organise main points in logical order.

(eg chronological, cause & effect,), use visual aids. Conclusion

Restate your most important conclusions Let your audience know you’ve finished

4. Practice your Presentation: Practice your talk at least 5 times

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