Outcome (e) Data Spring 2013

 

Author: E. Sonnier                                                                               Semester: SP 13

 

Performance Indicator

1

beginning

2

satisfactory

3

exemplary

Given a case study, identify how professional competency might enter into software design. (assessed with an exam question)

Lack of awareness of professional standards in software design.

Acknowledges that a software design is professionally sub-standard.

Capacity to formulate specific professional standards and how they apply to software design.

Number of Students

 0

 1

 49

 

 Out of 51 students

 Out of 51 students

Out of 51 students

Given a case study, identify legal and ethical issues of software design. (assessed with an exam question)

Incapacity to recognize how software design introduces legal or ethical issues.

Can voice a fundamental ethical position regarding software design but tends to confuse ethical issues with legal issues.

Clearly articulates an organized response to ethical issues in software design and can distinguish ethical issues from legal issues.

Number of Students

 3

 1

 47

 

 Out of 51 students

 Out of 51 students

Out of 51 students

Given a case study, develop awareness of security issues problems in software design. (assessed with an exam question)

Lack of awareness of security issues in a case of software design.

Intuitive or gut reaction to the prevalence of security issues in a case of software design.

Can clearly articulate and assess likelihood of   securities issues in a case of software design.

Number of Students

 2

 2

 47

 

 Out of 51 students

 Out of 51 students

Out of 51 students

Develop appropriate courses of action for when software design likely results in racial, gender or religious discrimination (assessed with a discussion assignment question)

Failure to acknowledge that a case of software design has any impact on racial, gender or religious discrimination.

Recognizes that a case of software design has an impact on racial, gender or religious discrimination but fails to formulate a resolution.

Recognizes how a case of software design has an impact on racial, gender or religious discrimination and devises an action which will rectify the problem.

Number of Students

 2

 3

 46

 

 Out of 51 students

 Out of 51 students

Out of 51 students

Describe moral and legal issues of software use. (assessed with an exam question)

Failure to recognize how software use introduces ethical or moral issues.

Recognizes that there are ethical and legal problems arising from software use but fails to distinction legal from ethical issues.

Articulates a reasoned response to ethical and legal issues in software use and can distinguish ethical issues from legal issues.

Number of Students

 0

 2

 48

 

 Out of 50 students

 Out of 50 students

Out of 50 students

Develop practical and appropriate responses to security problems in software use. (assessed with an exam question)

Failure to discern the existence of security problems in a case of software use.

Demonstrates an intuitive or gut reaction to the prevalence of security issues in a case of use.

Can clearly articulate and assess likelihood of   securities issues in a case of software use.

Number of Students

 0

 4

 46

 

 Out of 50 students

 Out of 50 students

Out of 50 students

Develop appropriate anti-discrimination actions in a case of software use. (assessed with a discussion assignment question)

Lack of awareness that racial, gender or religious discrimination follow upon a case of software use.

Recognizes that a case of software use has an impact on racial, gender or religious discrimination but fails to formulate a resolution.

Recognizes how a case of software use has an impact on racial, gender or religious discrimination and devises an action which will rectify the problem.

Number of Students

3

4

43

 

 Out of 51 students

 Out of 51 students 4

 Out of 51 students

 

The OAR recommendation can be find here.