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How can employees benefit from alternative work arrangements? Why? What are some of the possible negative outcomes for employers and/or employees regarding alternative work arrangements? Please explain your answer. What types of factors are influencing organizations to consider using alternative work arrangements? Explain how alternative work arrangements can address the problems/issues that are raised by these factors. Should the availability of alternative work arrangements to employees in the United States be mandated by law? Why or why not?

Alternate Work Arrangements

Various alternative work arrangements exist for use in businesses and other types of organizations; included among the options are compressed work weeks, flexible work schedules, telecommuting, and job sharing. This case focuses on alternative work arrangements in general rather than on a particular one exclusively; however, telecommuting does receive additional attention. The case revolves around the potential advantages and disadvantages that are associated with alternative work arrangements, and the factors that are contributing to an increased use of various alternative work arrangements by employers. With respect to the various advantages and disadvantage that are identified in the case, the positives seem to outweigh the negatives. “Organizations that offer flexible working arrangements are, and will continue to be, employers of choice. ¼ Employees consistently rank flexible schedules high on their list of desired benefits; employers who are reluctant to offer these popular perks will find themselves falling short in the bidding wars for talent.” The case identifies three underlying factors that are driving the movement toward the increased utilization of alternative work arrangements in many different workplaces. These factors are: (a) the needs, desires, and expectations of workers for greater flexibility at work; (b) fuel costs and fuel consumption associated with commuting, and the related carbon footprint impact; and (c) the restrictive impact of the 2008-2009 economic recession on job opportunities. The case concludes by pointing out that many nations have experimented successfully with various flexible work programs and some countries have enacted legislation promoting alternative work arrangements. It then poses the question: “Will the United States government and American businesses be adequately prepared to meet future economic challenges, at least in part, by embracing the movement toward increasing use of alternative work arrangements?” Case Study – Alternative Work Arrangements: Possible Solutions for a Plethora of Problems? Alternative work arrangements, such as compressed work weeks, flexible work schedules, telecommuting, or job sharing, can have positive and negative consequences for employers and employees. In general, alternative work arrangements can generate beneficial outcomes, particularly for employers, such as “increased employee retention, loyalty and morale; higher productivity; improved recruiting of highly qualified workers; decreased employee tardiness and unscheduled absences; and maximum use of facilities and equipment.” On the employees’ side, telecommuting—one type of alternative work arrangement—has favorable effects on perceived autonomy, the resolution of work–family conflicts, job performance, job satisfaction, and the experience of stress. What is more, it does not harm perceived career prospects or the quality of workplace relationships. On the downside, however, are the challenges associated with making these programs work for both employer and employees: handling issues regarding employee training, work monitoring, and performance evaluation; maintaining lines of communication with bosses and coworkers; and changing the attitudes of managers who might be uncomfortable with anything other than traditional working arrangements. On balance the positives seem to outweigh the negatives. “Organizations that offer flexible working arrangements are, and will continue to be, employers of choice.¼ Employees consistently rank flexible schedules high on their list of desired benefits; employers who are reluctant to offer these popular perks will find themselves falling short in the bidding wars for talent.” Although alternative work arrangements can be highly beneficial for both employers and employees, we need to ask the question: “What seems to be the underlying factors that are driving the movement toward the increased utilization of alternative work arrangements in many different workplaces?” One factor reflects the needs and desires of workers. “Many people today are seeking flexibility at work. Parents ¼ may want more time for family. Students hope to fit employment into a busy class schedule. And some people look for work after retirement. Whatever their situation, they’re not alone in wanting a job that’s a better match for their lives.” Younger workers and those nearing retirement age are two particular segments of the workforce that can be meaningfully targeted by employers offering various alternative work arrangements. Younger workers are entering the workforce with different expectations than previous generations of workers. Whereas their parents were work-centric, most members of Generations X and Y give priority to their personal lives; or at the very least they desire to balance their work lives and personal lives. Sharif Khan, vice-president of human resources at Microsoft Canada, says, “Gen X and Gen Y are coming into the workplace with the expectation that they’re going to be treated as individuals, [who] ¼ want to be able to fit their life and their work together comfortably, as opposed to focusing on work and dealing with life after the fact.” Another important demographic group in the workforce consists of those individuals nearing retirement. “Baby Boomers are reaching retirement age. While many Boomers may choose to stretch their retirement date based on some combination of lifestyle choice and recent market developments, many are opting for less-demanding positions or reduced workloads.” “By 2020, 16 percent of the U.S. population will be age 65 and over, up from 12 percent in 1999. ¼ Yet leaders of many organizations ignore aging workforce issues despite the potential problems they see coming, and some damage seems likely to occur before the issues receive appropriate attention.” “[T]he size of the Baby Boomer demographic group exceeds current graduating classes, and replacing their experience will be a challenge for most firms.” Increasingly, business and governmental organizations are adopting alternative work arrangements for economic reasons. For example, a May 2008 poll conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management indicated that 18 percent of responding organizations offered telecommuting in order to help employees with rising fuel costs. Four months later, with fuel prices continuing to soar, the percentage of organizations offering the telecommuting option had risen to 40 percent. In October 2008, when gasoline prices were peaking, Ann Bednarz, writing in Network World, reported that “[g]as shortages in the Southeast United States are prompting companies to consider expanding their telework programs so employees can conserve fuel. Other options workers are weighing include greater use of carpools and public transit, along with alternative scheduling arrangements such as four-day work weeks.” In addition to the dramatic increase in fuel costs in the summer and autumn of 2008, concerns about global warming and long commutes have fostered interest in alternative arrangements. Moreover, two recession-related factors could lead more employees to seek out long-distance telecommuting options for at least part of their time on the job. First, the slow housing market limits people’s ability to move to new jobs. Consequently, rather than physically commuting a long distance for a new job, part-time, long-distance telecommuting could be an option. Second, the weak job market that has been caused by the recession appears to be increasing the number of commuter marriages wherein the spouses work in different cities. Here too, part-time, long-distance telecommuting might be a viable option. Many nations have experimented successfully with various flexible work programs; and indeed, some countries have enacted laws to make alternative work arrangements more accessible to employees. Although the United States has not enacted such legislation, the demographic and economic changes that are occurring may result in alternative work arrangements laws that “could play an important role in preparing the U.S. economy for the future.” Will the U.S. government and American businesses be adequately prepared to meet future economic challenges, at least in part, by embracing the movement toward increasing use of alternative work arrangements? This case was written by Michael K. McCuddy, The Louis S. and Mary L. Morgal Chair of Christian Business Ethics and Professor of Management, College of Business Administration, Valparaiso University. In your paper discuss the following questions with concepts from the course:

  1. How can employees benefit from alternative work arrangements?  Why?
  2. What are some of the possible negative outcomes for employers and/or employees regarding alternative work arrangements? Please explain your answer.
  3. What types of factors are influencing organizations to consider using alternative work arrangements? Explain how alternative work arrangements can address the problems/issues that are raised by these factors.
  4. Should the availability of alternative work arrangements to employees in the United States be mandated by law? Why or why not?

The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded:

  • Write between 750 – 1,250 words (approximately 3 – 5 pages) using Microsoft Word in APA style, see example below.
  • Use font size 12 and 1” margins.
  • Include cover page and reference page.
  • At least 80% of your paper must be original content/writing.
  • No more than 20% of your content/information may come from references.
  • Use at least three references from outside the course material, one reference must be from EBSCOhost. Text book, lectures, and other materials in the course may be used, but are not counted toward the three reference requirement.
  • Cite all reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) in the paper and list on a reference page in APA style.

References must come from sources such as, scholarly journals found in EBSCOhost, CNN, online newspapers such as, The Wall Street Journal, government websites, etc. Sources such as, Wikis, Yahoo Answers, eHow, blogs, etc. are not acceptable for academic writing. A detailed explanation of how to cite a source using APA can be found here (link). Download an example here.  

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Mike, a Utah resident, sues Jim, a Nevada resident for $60,000 in Nevada’s Federal District court for negligence (a state law civil suit). Jim argues that the case should be dismissed for a lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Is he right? Situation 2: Bill, a California resident, sues Bob, also a California resident, for copyright infringement, a cause of action arising under federal law, in a Federal District Court in California. Bob argues that there is no subject matter jurisdiction. Is he right? Situation 3: Billy, a Seattle, Washington resident, sues the Orange Corporation, a Texas corporation, under a breach of contract (a state law cause of action) in Washington State Court for $100,000. The Orange Corporation does most of its business in Texas. It is incorporated in Texas, and its corporate Headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas. However, the Orange Corporation does have a branch office in Seattle, Washington where it employs a single salesman. Additionally, the corporation advertises in the Seattle. The corporation argues that Washington lacks personal jurisdiction over the corporation. Is the corporation right?

Is there Jurisdiction?

Look at the situations below and answer the question. Make sure to distinguish between subject matter and personal jurisdiction.  Additionally, discuss the standard the court will use to determine whether jurisdiction exists. The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded:

  • Write between 500 – 750 words (approximately 2 – 3 pages) using Microsoft Word.
  • Attempt APA style, see example below.
  • Use font size 12 and 1” margins.
  • Include cover page and reference page.
  • At least 60% of your paper must be original content/writing.
  • No more than 40% of your content/information may come from references.
  • Use at least two references from outside the course material, preferably from EBSCOhost.  Text book, lectures, and other materials in the course may be used, but are not counted toward the two reference requirement.

Reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) must be identified in the paper and listed on a reference page.Reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) must come from sources such as, scholarly journals found in EBSCOhost, online newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, government websites, etc.  Sources such as Wikis, Yahoo Answers, eHow, etc. are not acceptable. A detailed explanation of how to cite a source using APA can be found here (link). Download an example here Situation 1: Mike, a Utah resident, sues Jim, a Nevada resident for $60,000 in Nevada’s Federal District court for negligence (a state law civil suit).  Jim argues that the case should be dismissed for a lack of subject matter jurisdiction.  Is he right? Situation 2: Bill, a California resident, sues Bob, also a California resident, for copyright infringement, a cause of action arising under federal law, in a Federal District Court in California.  Bob argues that there is no subject matter jurisdiction. Is he right? Situation 3:  Billy, a Seattle, Washington resident, sues the Orange Corporation, a Texas corporation, under a breach of contract (a state law cause of action) in Washington State Court for $100,000.   The Orange Corporation does most of its business in Texas. It is incorporated in Texas, and its corporate Headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas. However, the Orange Corporation does have a branch office in Seattle, Washington where it employs a single salesman. Additionally, the corporation advertises in the Seattle.  The corporation argues that Washington lacks personal jurisdiction over the corporation. Is the corporation right? Assume for this question that Washington may exercise personal jurisdiction to the extent permitted by the Constitution of the United States.  Be sure to list the standard the court will apply. Situation 4: Same facts as above. Assume the court finds there is personal jurisdiction. Can the Orange Corporation have the case removed to federal court?

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In 2–3 paragraphs, summarize how you would troubleshoot and solve this issue based on the information given in the scenario and on your answers to the above questions. You must write in paragraph form and explain whyyou selected the answers to the above questions.

Suppose you receive a phone call from a client in Sales who cannot print a report on a printer in the Research and Development department. The report is from a database created on a server located at headquarters. The client tells you that other members of the Sales department are able to print to the Research and Development department. You check the printer and you are able to send a test page to the Research and Development department printer. In 2–3 paragraphs, summarize how you would troubleshoot and solve this issue based on the information given in the scenario and on your answers to the above questions. You must write in paragraph form and explain whyyou selected the answers to the above questions.

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Create an outline of the steps you would take to ensure that if a trial were brought against the CFO, the evidence collected would be admissible in the court of law. Determine the potential evidence (including logs, devices, etc.) you would request from the company security director based on what she has identified and identify the other data sources you might consider reviewing. Explicate the tools you would use for this investigation based on the potential evidence the company security director has already identified, as well as any other potential sources of evidence you might review. Describe the procedure and tool(s) you would consider utilizing for acquiring potential evidence from the CFO’s mobile device.

magine you are employed by a large city police department as the leader of the digital forensics division. A large corporation in the city has contacted the police for assistance in investigating its concerns that the company Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has been using company money to fund personal travel, gifts, and other expenses. As per the company security director, potential evidence collected thus far includes emails, bank statements, cancelled checks, a laptop, and a mobile device. Write an eight to ten (8-10) page plan report in which you:

  1. Explain the processes you would use to seize, search, collect, store, and transport devices and other potential sources of evidence.
  2. Indicate the personnel resources needed for the investigation and assess why you believe this amount of resources is warranted.
  3. List the initial questions you would have for the security director regarding the company’s email environment and explain the tasks you would consider performing for this portion of the investigation.
  4. Create an outline of the steps you would take to ensure that if a trial were brought against the CFO, the evidence collected would be admissible in the court of law.
  5. Determine the potential evidence (including logs, devices, etc.) you would request from the company security director based on what she has identified and identify the other data sources you might consider reviewing.
  6. Explicate the tools you would use for this investigation based on the potential evidence the company security director has already identified, as well as any other potential sources of evidence you might review.
  7. Describe the procedure and tool(s) you would consider utilizing for acquiring potential evidence from the CFO’s mobile device.
  8. Use at least five (5) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.

The specific writing learning outcomes associated with this tutorial are Describe and analyze practices in obtaining digital evidence. Compare and contrast the various types of computer forensic tools. Demonstrate the ability to develop procedural techniques in crime and incident scenes. Describe processes in recovering graphic, mobile, and email files. Develop a computer forensics plan that addresses and solves a proposed business problem. Use technology and information resources to research advanced issues in computer forensics. Write clearly and concisely about topics related to computer forensics planning using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions

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Explain the processes you would use to seize, search, collect, store, and transport devices and other potential sources of evidence. Indicate the personnel resources needed for the investigation and assess why you believe this amount of resources is warranted. List the initial questions you would have for the security director regarding the company’s email environment and explain the tasks you would consider performing for this portion of the investigation.

magine you are employed by a large city police department as the leader of the digital forensics division. A large corporation in the city has contacted the police for assistance in investigating its concerns that the company Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has been using company money to fund personal travel, gifts, and other expenses. As per the company security director, potential evidence collected thus far includes emails, bank statements, cancelled checks, a laptop, and a mobile device. Write an eight to ten (8-10) page plan report in which you:

  1. Explain the processes you would use to seize, search, collect, store, and transport devices and other potential sources of evidence.
  2. Indicate the personnel resources needed for the investigation and assess why you believe this amount of resources is warranted.
  3. List the initial questions you would have for the security director regarding the company’s email environment and explain the tasks you would consider performing for this portion of the investigation.
  4. Create an outline of the steps you would take to ensure that if a trial were brought against the CFO, the evidence collected would be admissible in the court of law.
  5. Determine the potential evidence (including logs, devices, etc.) you would request from the company security director based on what she has identified and identify the other data sources you might consider reviewing.
  6. Explicate the tools you would use for this investigation based on the potential evidence the company security director has already identified, as well as any other potential sources of evidence you might review.
  7. Describe the procedure and tool(s) you would consider utilizing for acquiring potential evidence from the CFO’s mobile device.
  8. Use at least five (5) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.

  The specific writing learning outcomes associated with this tutorial are Describe and analyze practices in obtaining digital evidence. Compare and contrast the various types of computer forensic tools. Demonstrate the ability to develop procedural techniques in crime and incident scenes. Describe processes in recovering graphic, mobile, and email files. Develop a computer forensics plan that addresses and solves a proposed business problem. Use technology and information resources to research advanced issues in computer forensics.   Write clearly and concisely about topics related to computer forensics planning using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions

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Develop innovative and agile, computer-based solutions to business problems through a systems analysis approach and technology integration and application Design a plan for implementing and monitoring solutions that incorporate core information technologies, concepts, and methods appropriate for secure information use across an enterprise Collaborate and communicate effectively in a variety of environments through situational awareness and audience analysis

Overview   As the final stop in your journey toward your Master of Science in Information Technology, you will complete a capstone project that integrates the knowledge and skills you have developed in previous coursework and over the duration of the term by working to solve an information technology problem. To do this, you will develop a project proposal that identifies the problem you plan to solve. You will then design your solution and report on the implementation of your solution. You will also reflect on your project and your journey through the Information Technology (IT) program as well as how you plan to position yourself professionally.   Evaluation of Capstone   This capstone will be assessed somewhat differently than other courses you have taken online at SNHU. There are three separate components which will be submitted at different times during the course; however, they all operate together to comprise the whole capstone experience and are not assessed separately. You will be evaluated on all three as a unit in determining whether you have demonstrated proficiency in each outcome. Your work is expected to meet the highest professional standards.   This assessment will evaluate your mastery with respect to the following outcomes:  

  • Develop innovative and agile, computer-based solutions to business problems through a systems analysis approach and technology integration and application

 

  • Design a plan for implementing and monitoring solutions that incorporate core information technologies, concepts, and methods appropriate for secure information use across an enterprise

 

  • Collaborate and communicate effectively in a variety of environments through situational awareness and audience analysis

 

  • Develop an implementation plan for systematic information risk assessment for change management plans and processes within enterprise business and information technology environments

 

  • Using computational logic and critical analysis, construct ethically sound, technology-informed procedures to ensure legal compliance and maintain security within enterprise information technology environments

  Prompt   To simulate a real work environment, your capstone project will progress from developing a project proposal, to reporting on the design and creation of a project solution, to reflecting on the capstone experience. As you can see, writing is an important part of this capstone experience. IT professionals are not typically known for being great writers; however, successful IT professionals employ quality communication skills. The proposal, report, and reflection are opportunities for you to exhibit your superior written communication skills.   Working individually and with feedback from peers and your instructor, you will analyze a real-world problem that can be solved with information technology. The problem needs to have significance to your chosen discipline (database design, software programming, IT project management, etc.), and you may want to   consider your previous coursework and assessments when identifying a problem. Solving the problem should make a positive difference for the community, for society, or globally. Use this as the lens through which you consider the real-world problem you intend to address.   After analyzing a real-world problem in your project proposal, you will then design and develop your project solution, writing a report that demonstrates your solution and explains how it addresses the problem. As a practitioner and leader in the field of information technology, your project solution should further the development or use of current and emerging technologies and demonstrate your advanced technical ability and mastery in information technology.   Example solutions:  

  • Creation of a database
  • Development of a software application
  • Design of a network infrastructure
  • Analysis and improvement recommendations for an existing system or process related to information technology
  • Simulation or implementation of an information technology idea
  • Design of a technical communication system

 

  • Design of an information technology project management process or framework

  Capstone Component 1: IT Project Proposal   For the first of three capstone components, you will develop a comprehensive and professional project proposal in which you identify a real-world problem and propose an IT solution. Innovation is key, so strive to create a unique solution or solve a pressing problem. You should envision yourself writing this proposal for key stakeholders, including those who would benefit from the proposed solution. The essence of the problem and technological solution should be clear enough for a development team to complete implementation of the project with minimal guidance. The proposal should exhibit graduate-level writing, using APA style when appropriate.   The following sections must be included in your project proposal. However, you are not limited to including only this information:  

  1. Problem Statement: Analyze the problem you identified and explain why the problem is significant.

 

  1. Overview of Solution: Provide a clear, high-level description of your proposed solution. The solution should use innovative ideas and apply emergingtechnologies where appropriate (collaboration tools, social media, cloud-based technology, mobile technology, virtualization, etc.).

 

  1. Methodology:

 

  • Describe the operating environment including any existing technology that is used now. How will the proposed solution replace, enhance, or be integrated with the existing system or environment?

 

  • Propose an adoption plan that supports the successful implementation of the technological solution within current processes, architecture, and environment.

 

  • Explain the methodology, strategy, or approach you plan to use to develop your proposed solution. Your approach could include agile methodologies, creating prototypes, using traditional project management strategies, and so on. This section should also include frameworks and standards such as NIST, ISO, IEEE, and COBIT, if applicable.

 

  • Identify risks that can impact the success of your project and develop appropriate risk mitigation strategies.

 

  1. Tools: Describe the tools and technologies you plan to use to develop your solution, addressing data security, systems, networks, and other ITcomponents in the design. Consider virtualization, cloud technologies, integrated development environments, collaborative tools, project management software, software programming languages, simulation environments, etc.

 

  1. Requirements: Document functional, security, and performance requirements for your project at a high level. In addition, identify gaps between anyexisting systems and the existing operating environment, and the environment and system that you plan to create.

 

  1. Compliance (if appropriate): Identify any standards, regulations, or laws with which your project must be in compliance. For example, if applicable toyour project, consider FERPA, HIPAA, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, etc.

  Capstone Component 2: IT Project Report   For the second of three capstone components, you will imagine that the key stakeholders for which you wrote your proposal gave you the go-ahead to implement your information technology solution to the problem you identified. You have designed and developed your project solution; now you must report to the stakeholders.   In other words, for this capstone component, you will design and develop your project solution and then report on it. If you implement your solution, in your report you should include a summary of your implementation and testing. If you are not able to implement your solution, you may develop a model, simulation, prototype, or proof of concept as an alternative to developing a fully implemented project. In this case, in your report you should include a plan for implementation and testing.   Your report must provide clear evidence that your project was implemented and tested (or is implementable and testable). This can be achieved by documenting a demonstration of the project in use or documenting an explanation of the model, simulation, or prototype. Consider using video or screenshots to demonstrate and explain your project. If the implemented project is to be supplied to the instructor, you could provide a user manual that explains how to install, configure, and run the software. You are encouraged to submit artifacts of the project such as diagrams, software applications, database designs, and process documents. Make sure to include clear instructions for accessing and using these artifacts. The design and development of your project solution should demonstrate professional-level knowledge and skills.   Your project report should include at least one recommendation for future enhancements. Explain what you might add to the project if you had more resources? What risk(s) would you need to consider before the enhancement was implemented at some future point in time? What would first have to happen before the future enhancement was seriously considered?   The following sections are required in your project report, although you are not limited to only these sections:  

  1. Project Design

 

  1. Project Implementation: If you implemented your project, describe the implementation. If your project was not implemented, how would youimplement it?

 

  1. Project Test Plans and Results: If you implemented and tested your project, describe how you tested your project. If your project was not implementedor tested, how would you test it?

 

  1. Recommendations for Future Enhancements

 

  1. Appendix: Supporting Evidence of Project Implementation: Include your supporting documents in this section. For example, your screenshots or usermanual should be included here.

  Capstone Component 3: Project and Professional Reflection   For the third and final component of your capstone, you will write an essay in which you discuss the process and outcomes of this project, as well as how your coursework culminated in the capstone project. This may include discussions of unforeseen problems or obstacles and any unexpected surprises. The essay should also discuss your identified strengths as well as problems that you encountered while completing the project. Additionally, the essay should also explain why this project is important to your discipline and how it could contribute to positive social change. Finally, the essay will examine how the capstone project will be useful in the job market or for furthering your education.   You should envision this component as a personal reflection on the capstone and your experience in the Information Technology program as a whole. For instance, relative to the capstone, you could discuss what you did (or intended to do), and then consider what worked well, what challenges you faced, and what you would change or do differently to make your experience better. In reflecting on your time here at SNHU, you might discuss where you started, where youhave ended up, or where you see yourself going. Note that this component is not about evaluating the capstone itself but rather your experience within the capstone project.   Some of the issues that you could address in the final component of this capstone may include:  

  • Overall, what was your capstone experience like? Focus on the big picture.

 

  • What unforeseen problems or obstacles did you encounter during your capstone experience? What challenges did you face? What would you do differently?

 

  • Reflect on the significance of the capstone in relation to your own experience at SNHU. How can you leverage your capstone project to lead to conference papers, full-time jobs, or news interviews?

 

  • What connections do you see between your capstone and the IT program?

 

  • How will you apply what you have learned to your future academic and/or professional life?

 

  • How have your current experiences and education prepared you for a career in the IT field?

 

  • What ethical considerations did you make or should you have made during your project? Why?

 

  • How did this capstone support positive social change, further or use emerging technologies, and demonstrate your strengths as an IT practitioner?
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