First thing you see the attached file and read it at least 3 times regarding accounting information systems. fallow all the instructions carefully I will need two pages, and 4 to 5 presentation slides.this is my article https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/301193
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IT NEWS COMMENTARY ASSIGNMENT
ACC 351: Accounting Information Systems (AIS)
Professor: Dr. M. Walters
IT News Commentary Assignment. This assignment requires students to identify and research an
emerging/prevailing information technology (IT) issue relevant to accounting practice. Required
Submission: Each student will be required to submit a short research write-up AND deliver a short
informal presentation during class. Write-ups must be properly prepared, formatted, and submitted in
accordance with instructions in the Assignment Policies documents posted on Blackboard. Write-ups
must be submitted to Blackboard before 10:00 AM on the date the student is are scheduled to present.
Presentations must be delivered during class on the scheduled presentation date; students must sign up
for class presentation dates. Late, emailed, or hardcopy write-ups will NOT be accepted and late
presentations will NOT be permitted.
1. IT News Commentary Research. Identify a recent IT news item of interest (e.g., article, issue,
report, or event) to serve as the focus for an IT news commentary. The IT news item must be recent
in occurrence1 and address an information systems (IS) related technology topic of direct relevance
to accounting practice and/or course content.2 Conduct supporting research to synthesize a sound
understanding of the selected news item and IT topic(s) to which it relates. Research must include a
minimum of three distinct sources. Students may rely on print, media, and/or online sources to
identify an IT news item and conduct supporting research.
2. IT News Commentary Write-Up. Prepare a concise, properly formatted write-up (1-2 pages
including written responses, illustrations, references). Your write-up must include:
a. The title and original source of recent IT news item (1 line).
b. A discussion of the IT topics(s) (e.g., background/concepts/technologies) to which the IT
news item relates (1 paragraph)
c. A discussion of the key point(s) of the IT news item (1 paragraph).
d. A commentary on the relevance of the IT news item to accounting practice and/or course
content3 AND the personal value of the knowledge you acquired while completing this
assignment4 (1 paragraph).
e. A properly formatted reference section containing sources (e.g., articles, news reports,
websites) used to support your IT news commentary (minimum of 3 distinct resources).5
3. IT News Commentary Presentation. Deliver a brief informal presentation to the class (2-3
minutes). Your presentation must:
a. Be delivered on the scheduled presentation date. Students must sign up for class presentation
dates; instructions on how to sign-up for a presentation date will be posted on Blackboard.
The news item must have occurred within the last 6 months; older items are only appropriate if more recent
content (e.g. recent items that follow-up on or update the selected item) can be integrated into your commentary.
There are numerous IT topics relevant to accounting practice/course content. Refer to the current AICPA Top
Technologies (available online at www.aicpa.org) for a sampling of relevant technology topics.
Consider the topics(s)/issue(s) to which the IT news item relates and comment on their applicability to
practicing accountants and/or topics covered in this course.
Consider what you learned while completing this assignment and comment on the personal importance of such
knowledge to you, how such knowledge furthered your understanding of information systems, and/or how such
knowledge offers value to you as an aspiring accounting professional.
Course text, course notes, and other assigned course materials may be referenced but will NOT count as
outside sources. Moreover, Wikipedia is NOT a legitimate reference for the purposes of this assignment.
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Note: There are a limited number of slots allotted for IT news commentary presentations
during the semester. Sign-up is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Do NOT wait until the last
minute to sign-up. If you wait until the last minute and there are no presentation slots
remaining, you will not be allowed to present and you will forfeit credit for the presentation
portion of this assignment. If you sign up for a presentation slot and fail to complete your
presentation on the scheduled date, you will NOT be allowed to make up your presentation
unless there are open presentation slots remaining.
a. Must address key content included in your write-up (Requirement 2 above).
b. Must be well practiced and well delivered, but may be informal in the manner of normal class.
c. Must be supported by apt visual aid(s) (e.g., illustrations, slides, videos, web content). Note:
Formal presentation slides are not required, but presentations MUST include visual aids to
support presented content.
EVALUATION OF IT NEWS COMMENTARIES
IT news commentary write-ups will be evaluated based on content,6 concept application,7
presentation, 8 and timeliness.9 IT news commentary presentations will be evaluated based on
content10, delivery11, and timeliness12. Scores will be posted to Blackboard in a timely fashion;
students may also come to my office during regular office hours to discuss their work or receive
NOTE REGARDING PLAGIARISM
Plagiarism is a serious academic integrity violation at the University of Tampa. All work you submit
must be your work in your words. Do NOT reproduce ANY material verbatim from the text, course
notes, online sources, or any other source and submit it as your response; this constitutes plagiarism
(even if you cite your source). Moreover, you MUST properly cite/reference ALL sources you rely on
in constructing responses to assignments; failure to provide proper citation/reference information
constitutes plagiarism (even if you paraphrase). See the University of Tampa Library resources online
(http://utopia.ut.edu/plagiarism.htm) for further guidance.13
Evaluated based on completeness, informativeness, and relevance of required content and references.
Evaluated based on technical accuracy and/or logical application of course concepts.
Evaluated based on conformity with stipulated formatting requirements, writing mechanics (clarity, logical
flow, language/word choice, spelling, grammar, punctuation), and referencing requirements.
Write-ups must be submitted to Blackboard before 10:00 AM on the scheduled presentation date.
Evaluated based on completeness and relevance of required presentation content.
Evaluated based on delivery mechanics (i.e., preparedness, organization, elocution, interest), time (within
allowed time), and visual aids (clarity, relevance, professionalism, visual appeal).
Presentations must be delivered on the scheduled presentation date; students must sign up for dates.
The Plagerism.org website (http://www.plagiarism.org/) and the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
(http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/589/01/) are particularly useful resources.
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