University of Nairobi Lab 4 MIPS 1 Bit Arithmetic Logical Unit Project

Question Description

Tip: Before starting, take a few moments to review the Essay page (Links to an external site.) of the EAGLET Communication Lab (you must be logged into ERNIE to view this resource).

Instructions

For this case study response, you need to analyze and study the subject presented below and compose an essay response answering the questions posed. Your writing should concentrate on the development of specific events, issues, or conditions of the subject and their relationships. For this activity, you are being asked to write a complete essay, not just an outline as was done in Module 3.

The topic addresses the disposal of our technology devices and gadgets. To begin, view the following video.

Next, read the following:

Case Study Questions

Define the e-waste problem. What is happening and why is this an issue? What can manufacturers do to improve the situation (health, hazardous materials, recycling, refuse, etc.)?

Guidelines and notes (read this 2-3 times):

  • Formatting and content:
    • Save this APA Example Template (DOCX) to your computer and use it for your essay.
    • The length of the response should be 4-5 paragraphs (about 400 words or up to 1.5 pages maximum). Do not write more than 1.5 pages of text.
    • Use 1″ margins.
    • Use Times New Roman, 12 pt font.
    • Double line space.
    • Indent the first line of each new paragraph by .5″.
    • One space follows the closing punctuation of each sentence.
  • Cite a minimum of two references in the body of the essay:
  • Listing references:
    • Example reference from a website:

reference example

(Links to an external siteLinks to an external site.

Rubric

CSCI 109 Module 8 Case Study Rubric

CSCI 109 Module 8 Case Study Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTemplate appliedStudent downloads and repurposes the provided APA template.
15.0 ptsExemplary 10.5 ptsCompetent 7.5 ptsDeveloping
15.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanics of writingSubmissions are grammatically correct, posts with no misspellings; format is easy to read in essay format/ professional delivery.
15.0 ptsExemplary 10.5 ptsCompetent 7.5 ptsDeveloping
15.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCritical thinking/ content qualityInterprets topic in accurate and insightful ways. Uses information thoughtfully, in ways that are factually relevant and accurate; postings show analysis, might offer alternatives or creative viewpoints based on concrete evidence.
50.0 ptsExemplary 35.0 ptsCompetent 25.0 ptsDeveloping
50.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIn-text citations used when neededQuotations and information from sources are cited.
10.0 ptsExemplary 7.0 ptsCompetent 5.0 ptsDeveloping
10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSources included when a source is cited.References are included when a source is cited.
10.0 ptsExemplary 7.0 ptsCompetent 5.0 ptsDeveloping
10.0 pts
Total Points: 100.0
Attachment previewElectronic wastes refer to electronic gadgets
and their components that have reached the end of their useful use. The rapid
advancement in technology has made electronic wastes rise considerably in the
recent past globally

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