INSTRUCTIONS Instructions Instructions For this assignment, you will be required

INSTRUCTIONS
Instructions
Instructions
For this assignment, you will be required

INSTRUCTIONS
Instructions
Instructions
For this assignment, you will be required to read multiple academic resources that include books, articles, presentations, patents, etc. to present your findings. Once you have researched the topic, please write a one to two page paper that summarizes the sources that you discovered and provides an analysis of the emerging technology. You should follow APA guidelines for formatting this assignment. Please review the rubric and syllabus for specific guidelines. This week’s topic is disruptive innovations.
Objectives
1. Compose the basic functions of disruptive innovations
2. Explain the value-added by disruptive innovations
3. Suggest possible applications
4. Analyze potential risks of disruptive innovations
5. Predict which industries will benefit from disruptive innovations
Please review the rubric below before submitting your assignment
Exemplary Accomplished Developing Beginning
Basic Functions
Points Range: 7.65 (15.3%) – 8.5 (17%)
The student is able to summarize multiple sources of information about the technology to provide an overview of how it works, and what level of development it is in. They provide support from academic sources or other examples and illustrations.
Points Range: 6.38 (12.75%) – 7.56 (15.13%)
The student attempts to summarize sources of information related to the technology, but relies on only one source to describe these functions.
Points Range: 5.1 (10.2%) – 6.29 (12.58%)
The student describes the basic functions of the technology, but does not provide sufficient support from academic resources.
Points Range: 0 (0%) – 5.02 (10.03%)
The student has not included basic functions.
Value Added
Points Range: 7.65 (15.3%) – 8.5 (17%)
The student compares the technology to other existing technologies and provides detailed analysis of how it increases efficiency, potential power, or capability added by the newer technology as it would apply to either replacing or complimenting existing technology. This is supported by academic sources or other examples and illustrations.
Points Range: 6.38 (12.75%) – 7.56 (15.13%)
The student compares the technology to other existing technologies and provides an analysis of the value added by the newer technology as it would apply to either replacing or complimenting existing technology.
Points Range: 5.1 (10.2%) – 6.29 (12.58%)
The student talks about the general value added by the technology, but does not compare it to existing technologies, or the technologies that are used in the comparison are not appropriate.
Points Range: 0 (0%) – 5.02 (10.03%)
The student has not discussed the value added by the technology.
Possible Applications
Points Range: 7.65 (15.3%) – 8.5 (17%)
The student assesses the potential applications of the technology based on academic resources as well as their own analysis of the technology. They discuss multiple applications providing support from academic sources or other examples and illustrations.
Points Range: 6.38 (12.75%) – 7.56 (15.13%)
The student assesses the potential applications of the technology based on their own analysis of the technology. They discuss multiple applications providing support from academic sources or other examples and illustrations.
Points Range: 5.1 (10.2%) – 6.29 (12.58%)
The student assesses the potential applications of the technology based on their own analysis of the technology. They discuss at least one application providing support from examples and illustrations.
Points Range: 0 (0%) – 5.02 (10.03%)
The student has not provided any possible applications.
Risks and Challenges
Points Range: 7.65 (15.3%) – 8.5 (17%)
The student presents several risks or challenges associated with the technology. They explore, ethical, legal, and societal implications of the technology providing examples and illustrations to support their position.
Points Range: 6.38 (12.75%) – 7.56 (15.13%)
The student presents several risks or challenges associated with the technology. They explore at least two of the three (ethical, legal, societal) implications of the technology and provide examples to support their position.
Points Range: 5.1 (10.2%) – 6.29 (12.58%)
The student presents several risks or challenges associated with the technology. They explore at least one of the three (ethical, legal, societal) implications of the technology.
Points Range: 0 (0%) – 5.02 (10.03%)
The student has not provided any risks or challenges.
Industrial Application
Points Range: 7.2 (14.4%) – 8 (16%)
The student uses academic resources as well as their knowledge and understanding of the technology to provide examples of what industrial applications would be appropriate for the technology. If there is no current application, then they discuss what further development is necessary for it to have viable application. The student provides multiple examples and illustrations.
Points Range: 6 (12%) – 7.12 (14.24%)
The student uses their knowledge and understanding of the technology to provide examples of what industrial applications would be appropriate for the technology. If there is no current application, then they discuss what further development is necessary for it to have viable application.
Points Range: 4.8 (9.6%) – 5.92 (11.84%)
The student provides at least one example of an industrial application, but fails to adequately support it with academic sources, examples, or illustrations.
Points Range: 0 (0%) – 4.72 (9.44%)
The student has not provided any industrial applications.
Citations and References
Points Range: 7.2 (14.4%) – 8 (16%)
The student follows APA guidelines when citing sources and provides a reference section. All sources are of academic quality. Students have at least 3 references per written page and 1 or more citation per written page.
Points Range: 6 (12%) – 7.12 (14.24%)
The student has the appropriate number of citations and references and has only a few mistakes in APA formatting.
Points Range: 4.8 (9.6%) – 5.92 (11.84%)
The student does not have the minimum number of citations or references and/or they have made numerous errors in APA formatting.
Points Range: 0 (0%) – 4.72 (9.44%)
The student did not cite sources or does not have references. If they do, they have not followed APA guidelines when citing sources and creating a reference section.

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