Create a slide deck which represents a portfolio of analytics methods used of accounting, economics or finance. This task is to be done as an individual. Submit your slides at the end of class on MyKBS. Assessment Description Learning Outcomes: LO2, LO3, LO4 and LO5 Revision and questions (30 minutes) For approx. 30 minutes: Your teacher will recap a few of the analytics methods used in accounting, economics or finance. Assessment Instructions As an individual, • You will choose five analytics methods and a financial, accounting or economics application for each one. • Out of the five methods that you chose, investigate one in more detail. • Reflect on the limitations of the methods and possible ethical, legal or privacy issues. Please refer to the assessment marking guide t

Assessment 3 Information
Subject Code: FINM4100
Subject Name: Analytics in Accounting, Finance and Economics
Assessment Title: Individual portfolio assessment in class
Assessment Type: Slides
Word Count: 15 Slides (+/-10%)
Weighting: 30 %
Total Marks: 30
Submission: Via MyKBS in class
Due Date: Week 12
Your Task
Create a slide deck which represents a portfolio of analytics methods used of accounting, economics or finance. This task is to be done as an individual. Submit your slides at the end of class on MyKBS.
Assessment Description
Learning Outcomes: LO2, LO3, LO4 and LO5
Revision and questions (30 minutes)
For approx. 30 minutes: Your teacher will recap a few of the analytics methods used in accounting, economics or finance.
Assessment Instructions
As an individual,
• You will choose five analytics methods and a financial, accounting or economics application for each one.
• Out of the five methods that you chose, investigate one in more detail.
• Reflect on the limitations of the methods and possible ethical, legal or privacy issues.
Please refer to the assessment marking guide to assist you in completing all the assessment criteria.
Slide creation (2 hours: 15 minutes, 30 marks)
Slide format should be as follows:
• Title, student name and ID [1 slide]
• Analytics method 1 to 4 create a slide for the analytics method and one for the application [ 8 slides, 16 marks]
• Analytics method 5 create three slides for the analytics method and one for the application [ 4 slides, 8 marks]
• Reflect and list the limitations of the analytics methods chosen [1 slides, 2 marks]
• Discuss in short sentence form possible ethical, legal and privacy issues [2 slides, 4 marks]
SUBMISSION: You will upload a ppt slide deck via MyKBS at the end of class.
FINM4100 Assessment 3
Rubric
/30
Has demonstrated limited achievement:
Has achieved all or most of:
Portfolio of Methods
0-14 15-30 /30
• First four methods: Analytics method missing or not well described. Method not relevant for the application or application missing. Application not related to finance, economics or accounting.
• Fifth method too general, brief or missing. Method not relevant for the application and not related to finance, economics or accounting.
• Limitations not listed or not related to the methods used.
• Ethical, legal and privacy issues too general, missing or not related to the application
• First four methods: Analytics method is well described, relevant for the application and related to finance, economics or accounting.
• Fifth method is detailed, and relevant for the application and related to finance, economics or accounting.
• Limitations are clear and related to the methods used.
• Ethical, legal and privacy issues too general, missing or not related to the application
16
8
2
4
Important Study Information
Academic Integrity Policy
KBS values academic integrity. All students must understand the meaning and consequences of cheating, plagiarism and other academic offences under the Academic Integrity and Conduct Policy.
What is academic integrity and misconduct?
What are the penalties for academic misconduct?
What are the late penalties?
How can I appeal my grade?
Click here for answers to these questions:
http://www.kbs.edu.au/current-students/student-policies/.
Word Limits for Written Assessments
Submissions that exceed the word limit by more than 10% will cease to be marked from the point at which that limit is exceeded.
Study Assistance
Students may seek study assistance from their local Academic Learning Advisor or refer to the resources on the MyKBS Academic Success Centre page. Click here for this information.

Assessment Marking Guide
FINM4100 Assessment 1
Rubric
/30
Has demonstrated limited achievement:
Has achieved all or most of:
Slides
0-9 10-20 /20
• Introduction, challenges and statement of initial problem were vague, or missing or/or too general and not relevant
• The body of the case study was not well illustrated, did not flow and few details were provided on how changes were being made and
actions taken
• Summary of key take aways and impact of the technology or analytics was clearly outlined and relevant to the case study
• Original alternative solutions, modifications and recommendations were vague, or missing or/or too general and not relevant
• Introduction, challenges and statement of initial problem was well written and accurately represented the case study
• The body of the case study was well illustrated across a number of slides and provided detail (consistent with the case study description) on how technological changes were being made and actions taken
• Summary of key take aways and impact of the technology or analytics was clearly outlined and relevant to the case study
• Original alternative solutions, modifications and recommendations were made in an engaging way
3
10
3
4
Presentation
0-5 5-10 /10
• Students did not speak clearly
• Ideas were scattered, irrelevant or missing
• There appeared to be limited comprehension of the case study
chosen
• They did not engage the audience
• Students spoke clearly
• Ideas well organized and communicated
• The group appeared to understand the case study chosen in depth
2


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