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Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia

Academic and Research Vice-rector


Activities guide and evaluation rubric

1. General description of the course


Faculty or Escuela de Ciencias Básicas, Tecnología e
Academic Unit Ingeniería
Academic Level Professional
Academic Field Disciplinar Training
Course Name Diseño de Sistemas
Course Code 301309
Course Type Theoretical Can be yes ☒ No ☐
enabled
Number of Credits 2

2. Description of the activity


Type of the Individua Number of
☐ Collaborative ☒ 2
activity: l weeks
Final: Unit II
Unit - System
Moment of
Initial ☐ Intermediate ☐ Design and ☒
evaluation:
: Developmen
t
Delivery Environment of the
Evaluative score of the
activity: Monitoring and Evaluation
activity: 125
Environment
Starting date of the
Deadline of the activity:
activity:
December 12, 2018
November 29, 2018
Competence to develop:
 Identifies the various elements to be taken into account in the design
of an information system from the elements, process and generate
a result.
 The student identifies and applies the characteristics and elements
of the design inputs and controls, data validation, design of source
documents and data capture for the entry in addition to the
characteristics and elements of the design of outputs, the types of
outputs and how to present information in addition

Topics to develop:
Hypermedia design methods object oriented
Steps, phases of the learning strategy to develop
 Analysis of the situation.
 Conceptualization

Activities to develop
 Make abstract interface design where the structure and organization
of the user interface is described and include a representation of the
distribution of the screen, a definition of the modes of interaction and
a description of navigation mechanisms.
 Research on management of colors designing a web system.
Environmen  Knowledge Environment
t for the  Collaborative Learning Environment
developmen  Monitoring and Evaluation Environment
t
Individual:

It should be carried out:


1. Each student small group, you must solve proposal
to develop the activity.
Note: You must deliver the solution of the points in
full. Having no involvement of any member of the
small group, you must redeploy the solution of the
questions

Products to Collaborative:
deliver by  Consolidate the contributions of the members of the
student small group.
 Each member must give its endorsement to the
consolidated document before uploading it to the
indicated space.
 Deliver to the monitoring and evaluation
environment in the space corresponding to STEP 3,
a PDF document containing:
o Cover page
o Introduction
o Goals
o Solution of proposed points
o Conclusions
The name of the document is: name CW_Code
Couerse_## (Example: CW_301309_00).
The document must be delivered with APA style
http://www.apastyle.org/
Weighting: 25% of the total rating (125 pts.)

General guidelines for the collaborative work


In the development of collaborative work by
students requires some key elements that lead to an
academic exercise, responsible and effective.
For this to be achieved it is necessary that among
others with the steps outlined in the document entitled
"Guidelines of the curriculum in the UNAD / Aspects of
collaborative work and accompanying teacher" (Abbey,
Sailing, Montero & Vargas, 2014, pp. 16-18):
Recognition of stakeholders: At the beginning of
each evaluative activity the student will make its
recognition as an stakeholder of the group, presenting
their strengths and exposing the channels of
Planning of communication to be effective interaction.
activities for
the Assignment of roles: Each member of the group
development will assume one of the roles listed, which will be
of functionally during the implementation of the
collaborative collaborative work. It is suggested to rotate roles in
work each of the activities, tending to a comprehensive
training of all participants in the group.
Planning of the academic activities: planning of
the activities becomes a key element for the
achievement of the task. The group will undertake a
work plan for the development of academic activity, on
the basis of the analytical reflection of the agenda of
activities, the guide and rubric assessment. Carried out
the required readings by acquiring ownership issue.
Staging of the principles of collaborative work: it
is important to internalize the principles of interaction,
growth and responsible action to ensure the excellent
development of their learning process and presentation
of written products that correspond to the quality of
what was requested in the course.
The active participation: it requires a proactive
participation with individual contributions relevant to
the construction of a product that account as requested
by the activity guide.

Each student will choose one of the five roles that


are specified in the check box next to this and assume
responsibly the function of this in order for the
participation in the collaborative work is relevant,
active with an assertive communication and the
construction of collaborative products requested and
Roles to within the established times.
perform by The document "General Guidelines of the
the student curriculum in the UNAD / Aspects of collaborative work
in the and accompanying teaching (abbey and others: 2014),
collaborative p. 11, establishes the following roles for the
group implementation of the collaborative work of course:
 Compiler.
 Reviewer.
 Evaluator.
 Deliveries.
 Alerts.

Relate the roles that are established in the UNAD


for collaborative work. It is important to assume with
responsibility, but without leaving your commitment as
a student in front of the development of the activity.
Roles and Compiler: Consolidate the document that is
responsibilit constituted as the end product of the debate, taking
y for the into account that has been included the contributions
delivery of of all participants and to include only the participants
products by involved in the process. You should inform the person
students responsible for the alerts to notify who did their shares,
which are not included in the product to be delivered.
Reviewer: Ensure that the written to comply with
the rules of presentation of works required by the
teacher.
Evaluator: Ensure that the document contains
the criteria present in the rubric. You must
communicate to the person in charge of the alerts to
report to the other members of the team in case you
have to make any adjustment on the subject.
Deliveries: Alert on the delivery times of
products and send the document in the time stipulated,
using the resources allocated for the shipment, and
indicate to other colleagues who has made the delivery.
Alerts: Ensure that you notify the members of
the Group of developments in the work and inform the
teacher through the forum of labor and the messaging
of the course, which has been carried out in the delivery
of the document.

Use of the standard PAC, version 3 in Spanish


Translation (version 6):
APA are the style of organization and
presentation of information used in the area of social
sciences. These are published under a Manual that
Use of allows you to have the ways in which you must submit
references a scientific article. You can find the most relevant
aspects of the sixth edition of the Manual of APA, as
references, quotes, preparation and presentation of
tables and figures, headers and seriation, among
others, by going to the page http://www.apastyle.org/

What is plagiarism for the UNAD? plagiarism is


defined by the dictionary of the Real Academia as the
action of "copy the substance of the works of others,
making them as their own." Therefore plagiarism is a
serious offense is the equivalent in the academic field,
Plagiarism to theft. A student who plagiarizes does not take their
policy education seriously, and does not respect the
intellectual work of others.
There is no plagiarism. If a student makes use of
any portion of the work of another person, and does
not document its source, is committing an act of
plagiarism. Now, it is clear that all we have with the
ideas of others at the time of submission of our own,
and that our knowledge is based on a knowledge of the
other. But when we rely on the work of others,
academic honesty requires that explicitly announce the
fact that we are using an external source, either by
appointment or by means of a paraphrase annotated.
For the UNAD, 029 in the agreement of 13
December 2013, article 99, are regarded as offenses
against the academic order, among others, the
following: "(e)The plagiarism, that is to say, to present
as their own the whole or part of a work, work,
document, or invention made by another person. It also
implies the use of quotations or references, or propose
citad offenses where there is no coincidence between it
and the reference"; and (f) "The play, or copy with non-
profit, educational materials or results of research
products, which have intellectual rights reserved for the
University.
Academic sanctions that will face the student are
the following:
(A) In cases of academic fraud shown in the
respective evaluation or academic work, the grade will
be zero point zero (0.0) without prejudice to the
disciplinary sanction.
(B) In cases related to plagiarism in academic
work whatever its nature, the grade will be zero point
zero (0.0), without prejudice to the disciplinary
sanction.

4. Evaluation rubric

Evaluation rubric

Activity Individual Collaborativ


☐ ☒
type: Activity e Activity
Moment
Unit Final: Unit
of the
Initial ☐ Intermediat ☐ II - System ☒
evaluatio
e: Design and
n
Developm
ent
Assessed Performance levels of the individual activity
Score
Aspects High score Media score Low score
It It presents
No
presents significant Contributions
contributions
contributio contributions to with little
for
ns to the meaningful
construction 10
building development of content
work points
collaborati the activity
ve work
(up to 10 (up to 5 (up to 0
points) points) points)
Assertive
Feeds
opinions Performs Does not
back the
performs the opinions but has participate in
contributio 20
contributions of no foundation the forum.
ns made points
fellow
by their
(up to 20 (up to 10 (up to 0
peers
points) points) points)

Partially Does not solve


solves the
resolves the any of the
points
Resolves points proposed points
proposed in the
as items in the activity proposed in
activity guide 30 points
proposed guide the activity
activity guide

(up to 60 (up to 30 (up to 0


points) points) points)
Performance levels of the collaborative
Assessed
activity Score
Aspect
High score Media score Low score
Participate Does not
Makes a Although there
s makes participate in
substantial is no
contributio the 20
contribution to participation,
ns for the construction of points
the the
constructi the final
construction of contributions
on of the document
final the final they lack
document product deepening

(Up to 20 (Up to 10 (Up to 0


points) points) points)
Applies the
APA in the Applies Not applicable
entire partially APA APA 20
Apply APA
document points
(Up to 20 (Up to 10 (Up to 0
points) points) points)
Presents a
document with Presents a
good document with
Document
organization some errors in
Structure devoid of any
complying with your 15
of the final organization
the request organization or points
document
contained in the spelling
Guide
(Up to 15 (Up to 7 (Up to 0
points) points) points)
Final score 125