HOTL6004 Disruption In Global Hospitality
a. research, analyse and critically evaluate effective disruption practices;
b. critically evaluate global cultural dynamics that impact disruption and engagement;
d. write concise, coherent and informed arguments of how social, cultural, ethical, environmental and sustainability theory applies to digital media practise;
e. deliver a personal perspective on relevant disruption and global engagement practice.
Research and analyse a case study of disruption that has successfully engaged at a global level. Critically evaluate the effectiveness of the disruption and the global cultural influences & impact of the project, including level of engagement, social, cultural, ethical, environmental & sustainability considerations with reference to theory (include citations using Harvard referencing). In addition, prepare a self-reflective statement of the personal position on the project process and outcomes. Present as a visual presentation (min. 20 slides) and written presentation (2,000 words).
Students must cite at least 3 external sources and refer to these using Harvard referencing (in text citations and reference list). Also include a full bibliography.
Upload final essay as a PDF file (Word converted to PDF) and a second PDF file (PowerPoint converted to PDF) of the visual presentation to Moodle for marking.
Marking Criteria & Rubrics:
Criterion 1: Depth of research and analysis – 40%
Fail: Incomplete research and analysis
Pass: Adequate but basic research and analysis
Credit: Competent research and analysis
Distinction: Compressive and detailed research and analysis
High Distinction: Outstanding research and analysis
Criterion 2: Critical evaluation of influences and impact – 20%
Fail: Incomplete critical evaluation
Pass: Adequate but basic critical evaluation
Credit: Competent critical evaluation
Distinction: Compressive and detailed critical evaluation
High Distinction: Outstanding critical evaluation
Criterion 3: Personal refection – 20%
Fail: Incomplete personal reflection
Pass: Adequate but basic personal reflection
Credit: Competent personal reflection
Distinction: Compressive and detailed personal reflection
High Distinction: Outstanding and insightful personal reflection