You have been asked to submit a report to the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) as part of a wider policy and funding review of the UK events sector. Specifically, you have been asked to report on the concept of ‘event legacies’.
Scenario: You have been asked to submit a report to the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) as part of a wider policy and funding review of the UK events sector. Specifically, you have been asked to report on the concept of ‘event legacies’. Your report should:
?Establish what the concept of legacy refers to;
?Introduce and review a range of legacy effects associated with staging an event;
?Provide a range of event legacy examples with which to contextualize your discussion. These may be in the form of specific events and / or destinations and may be UK or international in nature;
?Acknowledge the challenges and limitations of a legacy approach, which should include key lessons for event / destination management stakeholders;
?The report may utilise policy and popular media sources, but should primarily be underpinned by academic sources
Method of Submission: Via Turnitin / Blackboard (hard copy not required)
Word Limit: 2, 500 words (+/-10%)
General formatting guidelines for assessment two:
NOTE – Refer to Blackboard ‘Assessments’ tab for help with presentation and layout.
?Must use the Harvard referencing system
?Must have a title page and contents page
?Text must be in Times New Roman and be size 12
?The assignment should be single sided and the text should be 1.5 spacing
?Margins should be at least 3cm to the left and ‘justified’
?All assignments MUST also have your name, student number and the title of the assignment clearly stated on the front page.
?Read the UG Assignment Submission document on Blackboard for more details and grade boundaries.
?Work will be first and second marked in accordance with University policy.
?Where you require further feedback or clarification then you may request a tutorial with your seminar tutor.