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代写coursework范文:Inclusive Services

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  Inclusive Services

  Based in the University Library (1st floor) and the Student Information Centre (SIC, ground floor), we provide information, guidance, support and resources for:

  • Academic Skills Development

  • Accessing Information and ICT

  • Disability / Health Conditions

  • Irlen Syndrome / Colour Sensitivity

  • Specific Learning Difficulties / Differences (SpLDs) e.g. Dyslexia

  If you have specific requirements due to a disability or learning difficulty (e.g. physical or sensory impairment, mental health/anxiety issues, health condition, dyslexia or an autistic spectrum condition) or needs emerge when you are studying here, we can advise you on:

  • Applying for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA)

  • Specialist and/or personal support

  • Dyslexia assessments

  • ‘Reasonable adjustments’ to learning, teaching and assessment

  • Accessible facilities and equipment

  Our approach is friendly yet professional and you can discuss your individual learning requirements in complete confidence. It is essential that you contact us as early as possible.

  To contact the Inclusive Services Team:

  In person: University Library, 1st floor and SIC, ground floor, Ormskirk

  ( Tel: 01695 584372 / 584190

  * E-mail: inclusiveservices@edgehill.ac.uk

  Also visit our Inclusive Services webpage at:

  http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/ls/support/inclusiveservices/

  Coursework Hand in Dates

  This module is 100% coursework. Your are required to complete two coursework’s for this module:-

  Coursework One = 40% - Individual LO1

  Coursework Two = 60% - Individual – LO2, LO3 and LO4

Coursework

Draft

Draft Feedback date

Final Hand in date

Feedback date

CW1

26/10/12 – week 4

In class – 26/1012

09/11/12– week 6

07/12/12

CW2

23/11/12 – week 9

In class – 23/11/2012

14/12/12 – week 11

21/01/13

  1. Coursework 1 Details

  CW1- Report – Individual (40%)

  Learning Outcomes: LO1,

  An individually assessed component which will require the students to analyse and critically evaluate the current developments and theoretical concepts related to computer forensics.

  On successful completion of the module students will be able to:

  1- Demonstrate an understanding of technical concepts, implementation, and restrictions of computer forensics in the organisation and law enforcement. (CW1)

  Introduction

  Development of a Computer Forensic process.

  You are required to produce a report of 2,000 words approx and including references. This report should cover the following:

  1. A discussion on forensic computing within the organisation and how this differs to forensic computing for law enforcement.

  · Particular emphasis should be given to the legal, ethical and practical aspects of each scenario.

  2. A discussion of what is expected of the forensic analyst role.

  3. A detailed examination of the duties that an forensic analyst would typically undertake including the responsibilities they have.

  4. Develop a model of the forensic process the analyst would follow in section 3, e.g. a data-flow diagram

  5. You must clearly demonstrate the applicability of your process with supporting evidence, e.g. through a literature survey.

  6. References – clearly demonstrating depth of research undertaken

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