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42003 Task 1 Final ProjectReport(100 Marks)Content 35%Knowledge 35%Communication 30%Report Components• An introductory section about the background of theengineering problem addressed• A literature review section addressing the state-of-the-artof research relating to the research question andestablishing the relevance and significance of the project• A methodology section defining the research design and themethods of data collection and processing• An analysis section presenting the result of data processingleading to the major findings of research• A discussion section justifying validity of research findings(this is only one function of a discussion section, not theonly function )• A concluding section which outlines how the project resultshave addressed the research question and providesrecommendations for future research and/or professionalpractice.Knowledge (35%)• Appropriate research methodology• Robustness of research design• Systems thinking• Validity and value of research findings within domainContent (35%)• Literature review• Data collection• Data analysis• Synthesis of data into relevant results/findingsWritten communication features (30%)• Clear definition and focus of the research question• Clear analysis and synthesis• Critical perspective on research• Clear justification of research methodologies• Convincing arguments for the significance of the research• Appropriate academic language• Well structured (presentation and organisation) and correctreferencing as per Harvard-UTS style• Length of the final report should have a body of at least7000 wordsHigh Distinction(85-100%)An outstanding 42003 Final Project Report provides the reader acomprehensive and insightful understanding of each of thecomponents.
The report resembles a highly professional publishable work. Thereport presents clearly focused research work justified by scholarlyacknowledged research methodology. The report demonstrateshighly proficient engineering problem-solving competencies andsystems thinking. The report presents original knowledge that hasthe potential to be applied to real engineering contexts.Language use is highly appropriate and professional. The reportcommunicates its intentions with clarity.. The report is extremelywell presented and organised. Accurately referenced throughout.Distinction(75-84%)A superior report that provides the reader with a solidunderstanding of each of the components.The report resembles a professional project report for anengineering R&D or a scholarly research project. The reportpresents substantial research work justified by scholarlyacknowledged research methodology. The report demonstratesproficient engineering problem-solving competencies and systemsthinking. The report presents situated specific knowledge.Language use is mostly appropriate, clear and professional. Thereport is well presented and organised. Accurately referencedthroughout with minor or occasional lapses.Credit(65-74%)The report provides the reader with a good understanding of eachof the components.A major part of research work presented can be justified byscholarly acknowledged research methodology. The reportdemonstrates engineering problem-solving competencies andsystems thinking at the professional level. The report reflects someoriginal thinking.Language use is comprehensible and mostly professional with somelapses in formality or accuracy. The report is mostly well presentedand organised with some areas for improvement. Limitedinaccurate referencing in places.Pass(50-64%)The report provides the reader some understanding of each of thecomponents.The report presents some research in the work (e.g literature study)justified by research methodology. However, the methodologymight not be completely appropriate. The report demonstratessome engineering problem-solving competencies and systemsthinking at the professional level. The report presents researchfindings supported by the data.Language use is comprehensible and mostly professional with somelapses in formality or accuracy. Writing style in places may lead tovagueness of understanding for the reader. The report is presentedand organised with some areas needing improvement. There hasbeen some attempt at Referencing.
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