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Part A User Story === – As a student – I always want to be able to see my personal information from any location – So that I can change/update it even if I am on vacations User Acceptance Criteria Student needs to log in into the system and access their information from any platform Student needs to edit from any platform and using any browser Student needs to get suggestions from Google Maps when entering their address to help populate a correct address Student needs to be advised of system maintenance well in advance over the email and will have banners displayed about it
View complete question Part A User Story === – As a student – I always want to be able to see my personal information from any location – So that I can change/update it even if I am on vacations User Acceptance Criteria Student needs to log in into the system and access their information from any platform Student needs to edit from any platform and using any browser Student needs to get suggestions from Google Maps when entering their address to help populate a correct address Student needs to be advised of system maintenance well in advance over the email and will have banners displayed about it around the time of the maintenance Student needs to have to create a secure password to safeguard their personal information Admin needs to be notified when there is a change made to the student's personal information Student needs to receive confirmation every time there is a change made to their personal information to make sure the change is done by themselves and their account is not hacked Read part b user stories and acceptance Criteria Make 4 user stories and 5 acceptance criteria for each story from part b user stories and acceptance criteria. (You have to break this epic and Make 4 user stories and 5 acceptance criteria for each from upper epic) Write a persuasive proposal (approx. 3 pages + title page) that follows the best practices from Chapter 9 & 10. Scenario Think of a course you would love to see added to the curriculum for your program at XYZ (computing/engineering/business management); or, propose one of the courses in the existing program become either optional or required (the opposite to what is being offered currently). If you wish to modify an existing courses content, you can do that also. Whichever you choose, your proposal will need to persuade a stakeholder to give up what is to what could be. Not an easy task. You will need to provide research to support your argument and integrate sound reasoning (persuasive strategies) by appealing to the stakeholders logic and emotion. The proposal will be written with the AIDA strategy applied with four distinct and clear sections to get their attention, promote interest, create desire, and request a specific action. Your stakeholder, and the recipient of your proposal is Dr.Tracy Bell, the head of part-time studies. Planning Stage create an outlined or draft first Your idea must start with a problem you wish to solve, and then it must focus on the audience you wish to persuade. A full understanding of the persuasive messages strategies in the course textbook will need to be applied (AIDA). Its a workplace proposal but it still needs to be written PERSUASIVELY – its not a dry report. Analyze your audience why would they take your proposal seriously? What is the issue with the current program course list or course? Based on what evidence? You have to prove a problem is true beyond your say-so or opinion (or a few other opinions). Why would it be in XYZ college best interest to adapt your idea? Do they have anything to lose? What is there to gain? What evidence have you included to support your argument that A needs to change to B? How would your idea work what would be involved to change the status quo? Would there be costs to consider? (you do not need to do a budget but if you have access to approx. costs, include that with a reference to where the costs came from.) What do you want the stakeholder to do after theyve read your proposal whats next? Example thought process of a potential solution to solve a problem: Your apartment buildings lobby and front entrance is dark, dingy, and non-welcoming. Maybe your landlord could be persuaded to add a green, living wall and upgraded lighting fixtures. This will require creative, thorough, accurate content written in a persuasive and engaging way to compel the landlord to invest in this new idea. They have something to lose disruption of the lobby, and costs. You would need to include credible research on the benefits of a living wall (logic/facts/proof/costs) and appeal to their softer side (emotions = environmental and social responsibility, reputation, etc.) 1
Proposal Requirements: Use/integrate at least 3 secondary references: For secondary research support, you must include references at the end of the document AND each of those must have an in-text citation somewhere in the text. Dont list a bunch of references and not cite them in the body otherwise, no one knows where you applied the research. See Appendix B in your course textbook for correct format (Communications courses use APA in-text citations and fully formatted references). The references must be credible not news articles or personal bloggers. Review the lecture in Week 5 re; principles of research (Ch. 10) Use the technical writing style we have worked on to date, including coherent and fully formed 3-part paragraphs; parallelism; active voice; conciseness; strong grammar/punctuation; sentences approx. 15-20 words each; paragraphs no longer than 8 lines (visual). This is not an academic paper, so it shouldnt look like one. Do not double space or indent paragraphs. Separate your content with headings so the proposal isnt several pages of paragraphs. Use lists where you can to break up some of the content and where it makes sense to do so but include a strong transition statement to introduce a list (and ensure the list is parallel) You can use the sample proposals in Ch 10, Figure 10:9 and Figure 10:10 as a visual guide for appearance/visual presentation but yours will follow the assignment requirements for content Proposal length: rather than adhere to word count, we are looking for a proposal that meets the specifications communicated in this document and integrates the strategies (AIDA, reasoning, writing skills). The proposal will likely be 3 full type-written pages + a title page by the time youre done (MAX 4 + Title Page).

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