Applied Information Technology (Units 3 & 4) - ATAR

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Pathway:
University Pathway
Pre-requisites:
C grade or better in Applied Information Technology (Units 1 & 2) - ATAR
Course Description:

This course is designed to extend the investigative and software application skills students developed in Units 1&2

The emphasis of Units 3 & 4 is on developing and applying marketing strategies when designing digital solutions and demonstrating an understanding of how cultural beliefs, values, abilities, and ethical positions are all interconnected and influence the design of digital solutions.

Students continue to investigate how new computer technologies impact on every level of society especially in the area of Intellectual property law.

Students gain essential life and work skills in problem solving, time management and communications skills while working both independently and collaboratively on investigations.

This course provides an excellent general grounding  in ICT skills necessary for future study aspirations and professional lives.

Course Assessment:
Project - 40%
Short Answer - 10%
Extended Answer - 10%
Examination - 40%
Note – A detailed assessment statement will be provided to students at the commencement of the course.
Additional Information:

A high external workload should be expected.