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- Peer Evaluation Form: 5:00pm on 4 December, 2015

While there are different ways to approach this exercise, you may find that effective communication among group members is the key to success. At the end of the module, you are required to complete a confidential Peer Evaluation Form to ensure there is fair contribution in the group assignment. The completed form should be submitted to your instructor via email at karenyeung@hsmc.edu.hk. Nil submission implies all group members provide an equal and fair contribution to the project. Marks for individuals who are rated with poor contribution by most group members will be adjusted downward accordingly. To recognize the extra efforts of individual members, you may also nominate your fellow classmate(s) for the consideration of receiving bonus points. You are strongly advised to contact the instructor, as early as possible, on any problems concerning your group members so that any interventions can be taken early.

Assessment for oral presentation and the written report (30% of the module)

Assessment criteria*

Oral Presentation

Written Report

One-page Executive Summary

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/5

Introduction

/5

/5

Interesting Research Problem & Appropriate Research Questions & Hypotheses

/20

/20

Appropriate Research Design & Methodology

/20

/20

Appropriate Coding, Data Entry, Analysis & Interpretation

/20

/30

Limitations and Future Studies

/5

/5

Appropriate Format (e.g. proper referencing, in-text citations, charts, figures, grammar and alignment)

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/15

Effective presentation skills + Control of time

/10

Appropriate use of Visual Aids

/10

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Cooperation + Q&A

/10

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Subtotal:

Adjustment*

Total score:

/100

/100

- *Any deviation from the agreed topic and/or the requirements will result in marks deduction. Late penalty is 10% per day.

Plagiarism

The group project should be an exposition of your own work and ideas by working in group. If another person's ideas, opinions, concepts and/or theories are used as part of the Report, you must cite exactly where and from whom you have acquired it. For details of plagiarism, please refer to the section ‘Policy on plagiarism offence’ in the file ‘BUS3001~Module Outline (15-16)’.

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