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Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia

Academic and Research Vice-rector


Activities guide and evaluation rubric – Step 5 – Final
Assessment - Open Objective Test - Assess technology
innovation value

Faculty or Basic Science, Technology and Engineering


Academic Unit School
Academic Level Undergraduate
Academic Field Disciplinary
Course Name Valuation and Negotiation of Technology
Course Code 212032
Course Type Theoretical Can be yes ☐ No ☐
enabled
Number of Credits 3

1. Description of the activity

Number
Type of the
Individual ☐ Collaborative ☒ of 2
activity:
weeks
Moment of Unit
Initial ☐ ☒ Final ☐
evaluation Intermediate:
Delivery Environment of the
Evaluative score of the activity: Collaborative Learning
activity: 125 and Monitoring and Evaluation
Environment
Starting date of the activity: Deadline of the activity:
10/05/2019 23/05/2019
Competence to develop:
The student is capable of developing a negotiation of technologic assets
from products, processes, and systems innovation, with the aim of
achieving the organization social and business goals.

Topics to develop:
Unit 1, 2, 3
Steps, phases of the learning strategy to develop

Step 5 - Assess technology innovation value


Activities to develop

Collaborative:

As a final assessment of the course, the students relate the concepts


studied along all steps, developing the following activities:

1. Review all references and activities developed along the previous


steps.

2. At the beginning of the course, in Step 1, each student applied a


Survey to identify and characterize medium-sized enterprises for
digital transformation gathering important information in relation to
technology appropriation.

All group members must consolidate in an Excel file the answers of


each company to the following sections of the survey (Avoid including
other sections):

 Digital Transformation (5 questions)


 Digitalization degree (20 questions)

Take into account the following requirements:

 If all group members participate in the final evaluation, the


database will have 5 answers per question
 If there is a student who did not develop the survey on step 1, he
will need to review the item 4 from the Activity guide and
evaluation rubric - Step 1 - Identify intellectual property as an
asset and gather the proposed information according to the guide
from the Practice Learning Environment, in order to contribute to
the database.

3. Once the database is consolidated, the group draft an Excel graph


for each question that evidences the information collected. (25
questions)

4. After the database consolidation and the graphs design, the group
writes an analysis of at least 80 words, for each question describing
its trends in relation to the problem of study:
How to promote digital transformation in Colombian medium-sized
enterprises?

5. Based on the contents studied and the analysis of the information,


each student must record and post in YouTube a one (1) minute
video, where the student appears explaining in English one proposal
to solve the problem of study:

How to promote digital transformation in Colombian medium-sized


enterprises?

Make sure the proposal includes arguments from intellectual


property, technology valuation and technology negotiation

6. As a conclusion each student writes one paragraph 100 to 200 words


answering the following question (one conclusion per student):

How important is for industrial engineers to understand valuation and


negotiation of technology in order to lead companies to achieve its
strategic goals?

7. Finally, the group consolidates a final PDF document named


VNT_Step 5_Group number, with an inform of the research
developed along the course including the following:

 Cover
 Introduction
 Objectives
 Problem description (Step 1)
 Research Justification Chart (Step 2)
 Research Methodology Chart (Step 3)
 Data analysis graphs (Step 5 - Activities 3 and 4)
 Problem solution proposals YouTube links (Step 5 – Activity 5)
 Conclusions (Step 5 – Activity 6)
 References (Use APA guidelines)

8. Submit to the Monitoring and Evaluation Environment a .zip file


including the following
 VNT_Step 5_Group number inform (Activity 7)
 Database Excel File (Activity 2)

Environment
Collaborative Learning, Monitoring and Evaluation
for the
Environment
development

Collaborative:

Each group, through the student that choose the role


Products to Deliveries, submits to the Monitoring and Evaluation
deliver by Environment a .zip file, including:
student
● VNT_Step 5_Group number inform (Activity 7)
● Database Excel File (Activity 2)

General guidelines for the collaborative work

● Review frequently News and General forums.


● Develop a personal agenda to achieve all
Planning of proposed activities.
activities for ● Do not leave everything to the last minute.
the
● Participate on due time posting relevant
development
information on the forums.
of
collaborative ● Respect copyright, citing the sources.
work ● Use correct English grammar and spelling
● In case of doubt, ask in advance to the due date

Roles to
● Compiler
perform by
● Reviewer
the student
● Evaluator
in the
● Deliveries
collaborative
● Alerts
group
Roles and Compiler: Consolidate the document constituted as
responsibilit the final product of the debate, taking into account that
y for the the contributions of all the participants have been
delivery of included and that only the participants who participated
products by in the process are included.
students
Reviewer: Ensure that the writing complies with the
rules of presentation of work required by the teacher.

Evaluator: Ensure that the document contains the


criteria present in the rubric. You must inform the
person in charge of the alerts so that you inform the
other members of the team in case any adjustments
have to be made on the subject.
Deliveries: Notify delivery times of the products and
send the document in the stipulated times, using the
resources destined for the shipment, and indicate to the
other partners that the delivery has been made.

Warnings: Ensure that the members of the group are


notified of new developments and inform the teacher
through the work forum and messaging of the course,
which has been sent the document
Use APA format. Edition 6th
The APA Standards is the most used style of
organization and presentation of information in the
area of social sciences. These are published under a
Manual that allows to have the scope in the forms in
which a scientific article must be presented. Here you
will be able to find the most relevant aspects of the
Use of sixth edition of the Manual of the APA Rules, such as
references references, quotations, elaboration and presentation of
tables and figures, headings and seriation, among
others. You can check how to implement them by
entering the page

http://centrodeescritura.javerianacali.edu.co/index.ph
p?option=com_content&view=article&id=138:normas-
apa&catid=45:referencias-bibliograficas&Itemid=
Plagiarism
policy In the agreement 029 of December 13, 2013, article
99, the mistakes that infringe upon the academic
order, among others, are the following: paragraph e)
“To plagiarize is to present as your own work the
whole or part of a writing, report, task or document of
invention performed by another person. It also implies
the use of cites or lack of references, or includes cites
where there is no coincidence between them and the
reference” and paragraph f)”To reproduce, or copy for
profit, educational resources or results of research
products, which have intellectual rights reserved for
the University”.

The academic punishments that the student will face


are:
a) In case of academic fraud proved in the
academic work or evaluation, the score achieved will
be zero (0.0) without leading to disciplinary measures.
b) In case of plagiarism proved in the academic
work of any nature, the score achieved will be zero
(0.0), without leading to disciplinary measures.

To know how the documents must be cited, check the


following document:
Centro de Escritura Javeriano ( ) Normas APA. Sexta
edición. Taken from
http://centrodeescritura.javerianacali.edu.co/index.ph
p?option=com_content&view=article&id=138:normas-
apa&catid=45:referencias-bibliograficas&Itemid=

9. Evaluation rubric

Evaluation rubric

Collaborat
Activity type: Individual Activity ☐ ive ☒
Activity
Moment of Unit
the Initial ☐ Intermedi ☐ Final ☒
evaluation ate:
Assessed Performance levels of the collaborative Asse
Aspect activity ssed
Aspe
High score Media score Low score
ct
The student
consolidates
The student
and analyzes
consolidates the
the information
information
but the results
gathered from
do not include a
real companies, The
graph or the
Consolidate builds graph for analysis does
student
and analyze each of the 5 does not
not evidence
data to questions and contribute
the 40
identify analyzes it to to the data
understanding
business identify trends in analysis
of medium-
trends medium-sized
sized
enterprises for
enterprises
digital
trends for
transformation
digital
transformation
(up to 40 (up to 20 (up to 0
points) points) points)
The student
submits a 1
The student minute video,
submits a 1 including its
minute video, name and date, The
Propose including its explaining its student
solutions to name and date, proposal to does not
explaining its solve the submit any
problem in a
proposal to solve problem of video 40
real context
the problem of study, but its proposing a
study, evidencing arguments are solution to
arguments from not clear and the
the contents related to the problem
studied along the studied
course contents, or it
does not follow
all guidelines
(up to 40 (up to 20 (up to 0
points) points) points)
The
student
does not
The student
submit any
writes in its own The student
conclusion
words, one submits a
explaining
paragraph 100 to conclusion in its
Understandin the
200 words, own words but
g of valuation importance
explaining the it does not
and for
importance for evidence a
negotiation industrial
industrial proper
of technology engineers
engineers of understanding 15
as a key tool of being
being capable to of the contents
to lead capable to
develop a developed along
develop a
companies successful the course in
successful
valuation and relation to its
valuation
negotiation of profession
and
technology
negotiation
of
technology
(up to 15 (up to 8 (up to 0
points) points) points)
The student
The
submits to the
student
Monitoring and
The student does not
Evaluation
submits the PDF submit the
Environment a
document to PDF
PDF document,
the Monitoring document
evidencing
Strength wri and Evaluation to the
proper grammar
tten commun Environment, Monitoring 30
and spelling,
ication skills but, it is not and
following all
complete, or it Evaluation
given guidelines
is missing some Environme
consolidating a
of the given nt,
complete
guidelines describing
research inform,
including
including also
the
problem
description, research
justification, inform
methodology,
data analysis,
solution
proposal,
conclusions and
references
(Up to 30 (Up to 15 (Up to 0
points) points) points)
Final score 125