Computer1st Grading PeriodProject GuidelinesClass of 3NMs. Elmeryn Joy C. Langit
Title of Project: iStand• Third year semi‐honors students, as their ﬁnal exam for their Computer class, will create an advocacy campaign infomercial about a topic in Computer Ethics. • Infomercials aim at building awareness of a product or service by demonstra@ng its use and beneﬁts. • In your case, your product will be your stand against the misuse and issues of ICT or the advocacy for the responsible and ethical use of ICT.
Project Objectives This project will showcase the skills you have learned from the topics discussed in class. This project will require you to:• Make a stand for or against a computer ethics issue learned• Record and edit audio using GarageBand• Record and edit video using iMovie• Create and present a pre‐recorded proposal using Keynote
Project Making You will be given three (3) class sessions to work on your project for the edi@ng and polishing of your work.• Video recording and script wri@ng should be done outside computer class @me.• An over@me session may be given, if needed.
Project RequirementsI. Write‐Up – 10 pointsII.Infomercial for Radio (using GarageBand) – 30 pointsIII.Infomercial for Television (using iMovie) – 30 pointsIV.Campaign Proposal (using Keynote) – 20 pointsV.Peer and Self Evalua@on – 10 points TOTAL: 100 points
I. Write Up I. Iden@fy a speciﬁc topic/issue that you want to address about the general topic assigned to you.II. evelop the MISSION and OBJECTIVES for the campaign D A. The mission. The mission statement tells what the campaign is about. It is a broad statement that provides a general direc@on for organiza@on or task group’s work (i.e., what the campaign is about) (Healthy Families, Ending Hunger). B. The objec@ves. Objec@ves are relevant, a_ainable, measurable, and @me‐limited outcomes to be achieved.
I. Write UpIII. Design the Advocacy Campaign A. Determining community and system changes (i.e., new or modiﬁed programs, policies, and prac@ces) the group hopes to bring about. [Include the speciﬁc changes (e.g., new downloading policy) sought by the Advocacy Campaign B. Describe the targets of change in light of an@cipated allies and opponents (i.e., those whose behavior should change). Indicate how condi@ons should be changed to aﬀect their behavior. Describe agents of change (i.e., those who can contribute). Indicate how condi@ons should be changed to support their engagement in the eﬀort. DUE on July 29