S02 – Video Streaming Assignment (Required)

Video Streaming Submission (40 marks)

You will be required to submit a document that describes a video that you have produced.

  • These videos will be reviewed and assessed. The videos must remain accessible on YouTube until your certificates are processed.

Include in the document:

  • State your assumptions and approaches regarding sound and picture quality, as well as comment on the flow of your video.
  • Discuss what you aimed to achieve and specify the target audience for your video.
  • You must include a working link to the video that you have produced and made available on your YouTube channel.

Preparing for video link to be included in the document:

Use Your Mobile Device Camera Application to record and edit the video/s. Use Your YouTube Channel to host, manage and stream the video. Include the video link in a document once uploaded to YouTube and ensure the video privacy settings are in order. Save your document as a PDF and upload as assignment.

Length of Document: No more than 3 pages, no less than 1 page.

Name of Document: Please include your number (eg.WC07.. / DA04..) and Name in your document filename. Example – DA0421Video.pdf or WC0721Video.doc

Length of Video: No more than 3 minutes.

Remember to put your Username and Name in your document.

Do not upload the videos to the Online Learning Platform. Only links to YouTube videos, in your document you upload, will be accepted for evaluation.

The assessment (40 Marks) will consider:

  • Audio clarity of video – must be able to hear the presentation clearly (5)
  • Visual clarity of video – must be able to see what presenter is doing, or presenting (5)
  • Discussion presented in your document – Approach to the Video: Assumptions, Objectives and Audience (10)
  • Presentation Style in your video – consider eye contact, audience engagement, handling of questions, clarifying misunderstanding etc. (10)
  • Subject Matter Coverage in your video– How well you present and cover the content. (10)

Submission Dates:

Please consult the Course Key Dates Tab on your menu, or click on link to Course Key Dates

Completion of Marking:

Typically 2-3 weeks after submission close date

S01 – Business Impact Assessment – Assignment (Optional)

Business Impact Feedback

The course presented mobile technology in the context of key business activity areas. Consider your current and future use of mobile tech in your SME business. What will you look at using going forward and why? How will this impact your business?

Your feedback can include material from your notes, case studies, participant observation.

Length: No more than 3 pages, no less than 1 page.

Remember to put your Username and Name in your document.

This assignment is optional, not for marks. It would however be useful to us as feedback.

Submission Dates:

Please consult the Course Key Dates Tab on your menu, or click on link to Course Key Dates

Completion of Marking:

No Marks. This is an optional feedback assignment

E00 Exercises (Required)

These exercises are mandatory. Participants must complete these exercises in the indicated sequence as later exercises build on earlier exercises and go from basic to advanced.

Here is a full schedule of exercises for reference:

E00 Exercises (Optional)

These exercises are optional. Participants may choose to complete these exercises in the indicated sequence as additional exercises.  Some exercises build on earlier exercises and go from basic to advanced. Exercise E18 for example should be done after Exercise E12, both are optional but E12 should be done if planning to do E18.

Here is a full schedule of exercises for reference:

D04 Interaction Tools Fit for Purpose


Introduce participants to considerations relating to Professional Interaction in Business when Using a Smartphone or Mobile Device.


In this session, discussion we focus on the professional use of numerous tools, ensuring that we use in a way that is fit for purpose.

  • Considerations relating to selecting the best tool that is fit for a particular interaction purpose.
  • Professional Use of Email Services in a Business Context
  • Professional Use of Whatsapp Services in a Business Context

Video Sessions
DI-SME Interaction Tools Fit for Purpose

D03 Understanding The Internet


In this session, viewers are presented with different potential uses of the Internet, as well as an introduction to concepts relating to domains, URLs, name servers and general directory services.

By way of a short explanation:

  • The Internet is simply an interconnected series of networks, providing the infrastructure for consumers of services and service providers to connect to and to provide data transport services
  • The Web is a method of presenting and delivering services across the Internet


Viewers will understand:

  • Consumer use of the Internet to access application service provider
  • Consumer to Consumer communication and interaction over the Internet
  • Machine to Machine communication. Device configuration and remote control of devices over the Internet
  • How services and systems can be found on the Internet, how domain naming and addressing works.

Video Sessions

What is the Internet


D01 Business Activity Areas


Introduce participants to Business Activity Areas as a target for purposeful mobile technology usage and alignment.


In this session, discussion we focus on …

  • How do you perform your Business Activities today?
  • How important is each area to your business?
  • How much of your time spent in each area?
  • Where are you using mobile technology to support you?
  • Typical Business Activity Areas
  • Discuss examples of specific activities by Activity Area

Video Sessions
DI-SME Business Activity Areas


Download Business Activity Diagram: ‘Things You Do in Your Business…’ by clicking on chart. You can then save or share the image.


D00 Course Introduction

Session Objectives:

By the end of this sessions Delegates will:

  • Understand the course objectives and course flow
  • Understand what the prerequisites are for completing the course effectively
  • Understand how to interact with the course content, submit assignments and complete quizzes

Course Objectives:

Emphasis is placed on the practical application and usage of mobile technology in alignment with actual business activities. By combining technology and business elements, delegates can see technology as a useful tool when applied purposefully in their day to day business context.

Outcomes for Delegates – Targeted Knowledge

Knowledge Outcomes for “Mobile Technology in Support of SME Business” delegates will include:

  • Understanding of key business activity areas that drive success in business.
  • Understanding of where mobile technology may be of assistance in support of business activities.
  • Understanding of and exposure to specific examples of Application services in business activity areas.
  • Understanding of how mobile technologies, telecommunications services, the internet and world-wide-web application services come together to support business.
  • Understand impact of using applications that are connection dependent from a commercial and a risk perspective.
  • Understand how to conduct oneself professionally in an online world.

Outcomes for Delegates – Targeted Skills

Skills Outcomes for “Mobile Technology in Support of SME Business” delegates will include:

  • Ability to manage their mobile technology to minimise commercial risk associated with background data usage.
  • Ability to identify, and connect to public and private, open or secured Wi-Fi Hot Spot Services.
  • Ability to install, configure and use WhatsApp as a tool for professional interaction with individuals and special interest groups.
  • Ability to use Google Maps as a tool in Business.
  • Ability to use Google Search effectively.
  • Ability to use YouTube as a tool for Education and Learning.
  • Ability to produce a video and use Video Streaming service platforms as a tool for Marketing and Communication.

Course Flow

The course includes theoretical discussions as well as practical hands on activities and exercises. The course flow is basically as follows:

Theory discussions:

  • Understanding key business activity areas, prioritisation of time and resources
  • Aligning Mobile Applications with Business Activity Areas
  • Understand the Internet and the World-Wide-Web
  • Making Sense of Mobile Applications and Services


  • Standalone Application Exercises – Using Contacts as a foundation for Other Applications
  • Integrated Application Exercises – Using WhatsApp in conjunction with Contacts for One-to-One and Group Communication
  • Using Google Search and YouTube for Business – Finding Information and Accessing Educational Videos
  • Using Google Maps in support of Business – Sharing Meeting Locations and directions with others
  • Setting up Business YouTube Channel and Streaming Videos in support of Marketing and Business Development

K01 Video Sessions
Course Introduction – Focus, Audience and Outcomes