- Assignment 1: "Evaluate the sustainability of IT services, devices and day-to-day operations of an organisation, including the carbon footprint and e-waste ..."
- Learning Objective 1: "Evaluate the sustainability of IT services, devices and day-to-day operations of an organisation, including the carbon footprint and e-waste ..."
- Skill Description: "The evaluation of the sustainability of operational or planned IT services, devices and day-to-day operations such as travel ..." From: Skill SUAS, Category: Business change, Subcategory: Business change management, SFIA (2009).
Thursday, August 1, 2013
Citing Sources in Course Material
Recently I was asked about citing sources in course material, including assessment question. If we are asking students to cite their sources in assignments, it seems reasonable for teachers to do the same. In the course "ICT Sustainability" I have two assignment questions. These correspond to the two learning objectives from the course, which in turn are designed to align with two skills definitions in an international standard. As a result the wording of the assignments and objectives are very similar and obviously also have some similarity to the standard: