Due to the growth in mobile devices and smartphones AusEd wants to provide students with a smartphone application to access…

Due to the growth in mobile devices and smartphones AusEd wants to provide students with a smartphone application to access the Banner student management system and Moodle for course material. Write a report outlining the challenges in developing such an application. You will need to consider platform, data and software challenges.


Report Guidelines


  • Investigate the topic. Use articles and/or books, web sites etc., for background and discussion in addition to the weekly study guide.
  • Don’t just report. Discuss pros and cons. Evaluate. Use your own words. Quote where appropriate. Give citations for facts and quotes. Discuss how your topic relates to material covered in the text and/or in class discussions.
  • Papers are to be typed (use a word processor, Times New Roman with font size 12) and single-spaced with double spacing between headings and paragraphs. 
  • The paper should 4 pages maximum, exclusive of title page, bibliography. Preferably around 1000 words.
  • One page should cover title, authors and abstract.Abstract of your paper should be an executive summary which provides highlights from the paper and summarizes the topics to be discussed in the paper.
  • You must provide a bibliography.  Avoid relying overmuch on web sites for definitive references (as opposed to guidance to sources of reliable, vetted information).  
  • A suggested outline for the paper (can be changed).
    • Cover page: with title, your name , and abstract (a summary including aim-methodology-main findings – conclusion)
    • Introduction section: overview of topic and issues to be discussed Write an outline. Organize your thoughts. You may use section headings to indicate the topic or purpose of sections of the paper.
    • Background: description, and/or history of the issue, a brief information on the research topic (it should not be more than one page)
    • Methodology and research details
    • Issues, various points of view
    • Findings:  observations etc.
    • Conclusion: Your comments or evaluation
    • List of references:  Use a variety of sources for information and arguments. If you use articles from the Web, give the URL and the organization sponsoring the site. There’s a lot of junk and unsupported opinion on the Web. Pay attention to quality of your sources.


  • Remember what this course is about. Do not hand papers that are purely factual or historic. Such papers will not get high scores. You must include discussion of issues.
  • One of the most common problems with papers is poor organization.
  • Do not wait until late in the week to get started and then submit a report created in the hurry. 
  • Now and then, a student hands in a paper he or she did not write at all or in which large segments are copied from other sources. Please don’t do this. It is dishonest, unfair to your fellow students, and unpleasant for both you and the instructor.
  • Write in your own words. Start early and talk to the tutor if you have problems.

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