Information Security Risk Management in the Health care industry

Information Security Risk Management in the Health care industry

Research Project Rubric Component Exemplary (3) Adequate (2) Inadequate (1)

Project Overview Effectively and insightfully develops a set of

testable, supportable and impactful study

hypotheses

Develops a set of testable and

supportable hypotheses

Hypotheses are not testable or

justifiable

Justification for

Hypotheses

The introduction section provides a cogent

overview of conceptual and theoretical issues

related to the study hypotheses. Demonstrates

outstanding critical thinking.

The introduction section

provides a logical overview of

conceptual and theoretical

issues related to the study

hypotheses. Demonstrates

competent critical thinking.

Very little support for the conceptual

and theoretical relevant to the study

hypotheses was provided. Provides

little evidence of sound critical

thinking.

Supporting Evidence Provides clearly appropriate evidence to

support position

Provides adequate evidence to

support position

Provides little or no evidence to

support position

Review of Relevant

Research

Sophisticated integration, synthesis, and

critique of literature from related fields. Places

work within larger context.

Provides a meaningful summary

of the literature. Shows

understanding of relevant

literature.

Provides little or no relevant

scholarship

Maintains Purpose /

Focus

The project is well organized and has a tight and

cohesive focus that is integrated throughout the

document

The project has an

organizational structure and the

focus is clear throughout

The document lacks focus or contains

major drifts in focus

Methodology

 Sample

 Procedures

 Measures

 Data analytic plan

Identifies appropriate methodologies and

research techniques (e.g., justifies the sample,

procedures, and measures). Data analytic plan

is suitable to test study hypotheses. Provides

appropriate justification for controls. Project is

feasible

Identifies appropriate

methodologies and research

techniques but some details are

missing or vague

The methodologies described are

either not suited or poorly suited to

test hypotheses. The methodology is

under-developed and/or is not

feasible.

Grammar, Clarity, and

Organization

The manuscript is well written and ideas are

well developed and explained. Sentences and

paragraphs are grammatically correct. Uses

subheadings appropriately.

The manuscript effectively

communicates ideas. The

writing is grammatically correct,

but some sections lack clarity.

The manuscript is poorly written and

confusing. Ideas are not

communicated effectively.

References and Citations Properly and explicitly cited. Reference list

matches citations.

Properly cited. May have a few

instances in which proper

citations are missing.

The manuscript lacks proper citations

or includes no citations


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