Evidence of wider reading, beyond the course materials, and an ability to draw on this to construct a generally convincing literature review.

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Management Skills – Resit (further attendance at taught classes is not required)
Module codes: UMPDM5-15-2/ UMPDM6-15-2/UMPDNC-15-2/ UMPDND-15-2
Component B
Literature review (1500 words). 75% of total module mark.
Please ensure that you will approach the assignment as a literature review, and not as an essay/report. You will need to use at least 18-20 academic references. The library has a useful workbook on literature reviews that you might find useful:
https://academicskills.uwe.ac.uk/general/workbooks…
Reference Sources
These are given in the Reading list within the Blackboard site. There are lots of materials to support the development of your literature review in the lecture and workshop skills study units including relevant references.
Please follow the links below to full learning outcomes and module specification:
Management Skills (Business & Management) http://info.uwe.ac.uk/modules/displayentry.asp?cod…
Management Skills (Marketing & Events) http://info.uwe.ac.uk/modules/displayentry.asp?cod…
Management Skills (Business & Law) http://info.uwe.ac.uk/modules/displayentry.asp?cod…
Global Management Skills
http://info.uwe.ac.uk/modules/displayentry.asp?cod…
Marking Criteria The following criteria will be used in evaluating this assessment:
Criteria 70 + 69 – 60 59 – 50 49 – 40 39 – 0
Evidence of analysis and critical evaluation
An excellent attempt to incorporate a range of relevant theoretical insights as a means for addressing the issues raised by the question. Relevant theories are used to discuss the issues raised by the question. Some theoretical explanations have been described but many not have been fully applied or evaluated.
Theoretical insights are limited and need to be developed. Little or no evidence of engagement with theoretical explanations. The review is overly descriptive.
Understanding of the literature
Clear evidence of wide reading and a willingness to drawn on and effectively use a range of academic sources to construct a balanced, persuasive literature review.
Evidence of wider reading, beyond the course materials, and an ability to draw on this to construct a generally convincing literature review.
Some effective use of course materials and some evidence of reading, although not always used effectively and/or wider reading needed.
Limited use has been made of the course material and/or there is a lack of understanding in places. Very limited wider reading and/or inappropriate sources drawn upon
Lack of evidence of reading and/or understanding of the literature. Over-reliance on inappropriate sources.
Integration of theory with practice
The analytical content is clearly informed by evidence and well-constructed arguments. Excellent links are made between theory and relevant examples/practice.
The review draws on some relevant examples/practices that emerge from the academic research and these are explained by reference to relevant theories.
Some attempt is made to incorporate examples/evidence and to use theories to explain them. Further development is needed.
The review includes examples but these are insufficiently linked to theory OR includes some theory, but it is insufficiently linked to examples in practice.
Insufficient use of theoretical explanations or evidence to support points raised.
Quality of writing and good academic practice
The writing style is fluent and persuasive and no major grammatical/spelling errors. Referencing is complete, accurate and follows the Harvard protocol.
Writing style is clear with few grammatical/spelling errors. The referencing is accurate and complete for the most part and follows the Harvard protocol.
Writing style is generally clear although there may be grammatical /spelling errors that detract from the meaning in places. Referencing does not always follow Harvard style and/or there are some inaccuracies/omissions.
Writing style is unclear in places and this detracts from the content. Referencing does not follow Harvard style and/or there are major inaccuracies /omissions.
The work is poorly written and /or unclear. Major errors in referencing or a complete lack of reference to source material.
Formatting
Please use the following file format(s): .doc/.docx (please note that files submitted in formats associated with Apple Mac computers are not able to be opened and thus, not able to be marked). It is your responsibility to ensure that you submit your coursework in the appropriate format and as a single document/file.
All work should be word processed in 12-point font Calibri, Times New Roman or Arial and double-spaced.
The first page of your coursework must include:
Your student number
The module name and number
Title ‘Component B: Literature Review’
Word Limit
This word count includes everything in the main body of the text (including headings, tables, citations, quotes, lists, etc.).
The references, bibliography and footnotes (provided footnotes only include references) are NOT included in this word count.
There is no direct penalty for exceeding the word count, but the marker WILL stop reading once the maximum word limit has been reached and nothing further will be taken into account in the allocation of marks.
You can view the UWE word count policy here: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/aboutus/policies
Referencing:
Please adhere to the principles of good academic practice and ensure you reference all sources used when developing your assessment, using the UWE Harvard system. Failure to properly reference your work to original source material can be grounds for the assessment offence of plagiarism and may result in failure of the assessment or have more serious implications.
For further guidance on correct referencing go to:
http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/studysupport/studyskills/referencing.aspx
Details of what constitutes plagiarism and how to avoid it can be found here:
http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/studysupport/studyskills/readingandwriting/plagiarism.aspx
For general guidance on how to avoid assessment offences see:
http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/academicadvice/assessments/assessmentoffences.aspx
Instructions for submission
You must submit your assignment before the stated deadline by electronic submission through Blackboard. Notification that the electronic submission port al is open for your assignment is displayed (usually two weeks before the submission date) in the Coursework tab in myUWE, the Coursework tab in Blackboard and via an announcement in the Blackboard course.
Please allow sufficient time to upload your assignment, noting that the system becomes busier and slower as the deadline approaches. Only your final upload will be counted. Ensure all your information is submitted at one attempt to avoid ‘overwriting’ your intended submission. Always check and retain your receipts.
Before submitting your work, please ensure that:
You have proof read you work thoroughly to ensure your work is presented appropriately
You have addressed all the required elements of the assessment
You have referenced in accordance with the guidance provided
You have addressed each of the marking criterion
The submission is a single document and is in the correct format
Safe Assign
Make sure you submit your own work and do not plagiarise from other sources or students. All modules within FBL have the option to use Safe Assign software. Safe Assign will compare your work to that of other students, current and past, as well as other materials available on the internet. UWE will act if Safe Assign suggests your work includes material that is ‘copied’ from other sources.
Final feedback and marks release
Students will normally receive marks and feedback on their submission within 20 working days of the submission deadline (not including any public holidays or university closure days). Any delay in returning students’ work will be communicated by the module leader via Blackboard.
Feedback on this module is not limited to the written comments you will receive on individual written assessment submissions.
Further Guidance and Support
General guidance on study skills:
http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/studysupport/studyskills.aspx
Specific study skills pages relating to this module include:
Writing skills:
https://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/studysupport/studyskills/readingandwriting/writing.aspx
Support from the FBL Academic Success Centre:
http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/bl/bbs/aboutus/studentexperience/academicsupportcentre.aspx
Guidance on UWE assessment regulations and terminology: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/academicadvice/assessments/assessmentsguide.aspx
Guidance on using the library: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/library/usingthelibrary.aspx
Personal Circumstances
If you are experiencing difficulties in completing a piece of assessment on time due to unexpected circumstances (for example illness, accident, bereavement), you should seek advice from a Student Support Adviser at the earliest opportunity. Please note the module leader cannot grant personal circumstances or extensions. Appointments with a student adviser can be made via an Information Point or online at:
http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/academicadvice/studentadvisers.aspx
The Student Support Adviser will advise as to whether you should submit an application for ‘Personal Circumstances (PCs)’, how to do so and what evidence is required to support the application.
Further details on PCs can be found here:
http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/academicadvice/assessments/personalcircumstances.aspx

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