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ITC508 - Object Modelling
Session 1 2017
Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences
School of Computing and Mathematics
Internal Mode

Welcome to a new session of study at Charles Sturt University. Please refer to the University’s
Acknowledgement of Country (http://student.csu.edu.au/study/acknowledgement-of-country).

This subject outline is accessible through mobile devices from http://m.csu.edu.au.

Subject Coordinator Rajasekaran Lakshmiganthan
Email rlakshmiganthan@studygroup.com
Phone 0399357900
Campus To be advised.
Building/Room number To be advised.

Consultation procedures
Any questions concerning the teaching of this subject can be made by contacting your Subject
Lecturer.

Lecturer Name : Mohsin Murtaza

Lecturer Email : mmurtaza@StudyGroup.com (mailto:mmurtaza@StudyGroup.com)

Email is the best option. Please send a brief message regarding the issue and include the subject name and
subject code in your email –it really helps to know which class you belong to, before I respond to your
query. If your query is urgent then meet with your respective Course Coordinator on Level-4.

Class times and location
General Timetable as below will be available at the following website before the start of 201730
semester, which can be accessed on any Mobile Phone or IPAD:

https://csutimetable.au.studygroup.com/Melbourne/

If you cannot contact your Subject Coordinator, please contact your teaching team using the contact
details and consultation procedures provided on your Interact2 subject site.

What is your subject about? A brief overview
In this subject, students will develop knowledge and skills in the use of object-oriented analysis
and design techniques, and in the development of various object oriented artefacts. The System
Development Life Cycle (SDLC), object oriented analysis, modelling and design, and creation of
diagrams are covered using Unified Modelling Language (UML) notation.

Learning outcomes
On successful completion of this subject, you should:

be able to explain and apply the concepts of object orientation methodology;
be able to describe the relationship of analysis and design activities to the
System Development Life Cycle (SDLC);
be able to analyse a case study and construct a business proposal to argue the feasibility of a
client software proposal;

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be able to analyse system requirements to determine the use cases for the creation of a
domain model of the problem domain;
be able to create analysis and design diagrams with UML notation;
be able to compare the syntax, semantics and pragmatics of UML to determine the best
diagrams for the problem domain;
be able to model various aspects of systems to construct quality diagrams for use in a system
development project;
to be able to verify and validate a system design.

Pass Requirements
A student must obtain at least 50% in both the examination and the total mark in order to pass this subject.
To be eligible for the grade AA or AE you must have submitted all assessment items in the subject,
including the final exam and scored overall marks 45 or above. If you choose not to complete an
assessment item or do not sit the final exam then you will not be granted an AA or an AE grade

Key Subjects
Passing a key subject is one of the indicators of satisfactory academic progress through your course.
You must pass the key subjects in your course at no more than two attempts. The first time you fail a
key subject you will be 'at risk' of exclusion; if you fail a second time you will be excluded from the
course.

The Academic Progress Policy (https://policy.csu.edu.au/view.current.php?id=00250) sets out the
requirements and procedures for satisfactory academic progress, for the exclusion of students who
fail to progress satisfactorily and for the termination of enrolment for students who fail to complete in
the maximum allowed time.

Assumed knowledge
Academic integrity means acting with honesty, fairness and responsibility, and involves observing and
maintaining ethical standards in all aspects of academic work. This subject assumes that you understand
what constitutes plagiarism, cheating and collusion. If you are a new student we expect you to complete the
modules called Academic Integrity at CSU
(https://interact2.csu.edu.au/webapps/blackboard/execute/courseMain?course_id=_16412_1&task=true

Prescribed Text
Prescribed text:
Satzinger, J. W., Jackson, R. B.,& Burd, S. D., (2016). Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing
World(7th ed.). Boston, Massachusetts: Course Technology. ISBN-13: 9781305117204.

Recommended Text:
Bennett, S., McRobb, S., and Farmer, R. (2010) Object Oriented Systems Analysis and Design using
UML. (4th Edition), McGraw Hill England

The textbooks required for each of your enrolled subjects can also be found via the Student Portal
Textbooks (http://student.csu.edu.au/study/study-essentials/textbooks) page.

Subject and Assessment Schedule
Schedule
Session Week Topics Learning activities
Week Commencing

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Session Week Topics Learning activities

Week Commencing

1 27 February Introduction to
2017 Information System (IS)
and the challenges in
developing IS

2 06 March Requirements Analysis
2017 and Use Cases

3 13 March Object Orientation and Assessment Item 1 due : 17th March 2017
2017 Modelling Concepts

4 20 March Use Case modelling and
2017 object interaction

5 27 March Requirements
2017 (Elicitation) analysis

1 April 2017 Term Break
- 16 April
2017

6 17 April 2017 System Design-1:
Design activities - Input
to output

7 24 April 2017 System Design-2:
Architecture and
Assigning Behaviour to
Objects

8 01 May 2017 System Design-3: User Assessment Item 2 due : 05th May 2017
Interface and Data
management design

9 08 May 2017 System development and
project management:
Methodologies, models,
tools and techniques

10 15 May 2017 Design validation and
mapping model to code

11 22 May 2017 Prototype development Assessment Item 3 due : 26th May 2017
in information system

12 29 May 2017 Exam Revision

05 June 2017 Exam Period
- 16 June
2017

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Subject Content
Information regarding the subject’s content is outlined above in the Schedule.

Subject Delivery
Class/tutorial times and location
If you are enrolled in an internal offering of this subject, your class times can be found at Timetable @
CSU (http://timetable.csu.edu.au). If you are enrolled in the online offering of the subject, this
timetable will not apply. Find out how to use Timetable @ CSU via the Student Portal Class Timetable
(http://student.csu.edu.au/study/study-essentials/timetable) page.

Learning, teaching and support strategies
All of your subject materials are available on the Interact site under the Topics link in the left hand
side menu. It has been specifically written to guide you. I suggest that for each topic you read the
learning objectives carefully, read the relevant sections, attend weekly classes, read lecture slide, and
have a quick skim of the sections in the text book. Once you have got a feel for what the topic is
about try, make a good set of notes under each of the topic, complete the exercises in that topic. You
can do this by reading the reference materials, attending weekly classes and consulting the text again
in a more considered way. These exercises have been designed to give you a focus in the topic, so it
really helps to prepare solution of them.

In this subject there are also lots of opportunities for you to engage with me, with your peers (i.e.
class mates) and with the subject. I will be holding weekly face to face classes in each teaching week
throughout the session where we can discuss content issues and assessment items, details of times and
dates will be posted on the Interact site.

I will use the following strategies to support you:
• Interaction facilitated through your CSU Interact2 subject site
• Provision of resources - check the Interact2 subject site
• Regular weekly update
• Detailed feedback concerning assessments
• Face to face classes
• Consultation via email and telephone, if required.

You should check the Interact2 site at least weekly for postings, announcements, and other resources that
will assist your studies or additional information and resources vital to your success in the subject.

It is helpful to have a small task to complete early in the session so that you have a focus in the
subject from the very first day. If you don’t attempt the assessment, I may contact you by phone or
email to have a chat about study and if there are any issue that I can help with.

Studying at university does not mean studying alone. Take advantage of collective wisdom and post
your questions to the subject Discussion Board.

Information on effective time management is available on the CSU Learning Support website via the
following link: student.csu.edu.au

You can also contact an adviser through Student Central on the following number: 1800 275 278 1800
275 278Â FREE (or+61 2 6933 7507 61 2 6933 7507 from outside Australia).

A regular basis for postings, announcements, lecture information and other resources that will assist
your studies or additional information and resources vital to your success in the subject.

Studying at university does not mean studying alone. Take advantage of collective wisdom and post

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your questions to the subject forum.

Use the subject schedule to plan your studies over the session.

Information on effective time management is available on the CSU Learning Support website via the
following link: student.csu.edu.au

You can also contact an adviser through Student Central on the following number:
1800 275 278 (or +61 2 6933 7507 from outside Australia).

Library Services
The CSU Library website provides access to online material and print, using Primo Search to find
online journal articles, eBooks, hardcopy books from CSU Library (see Library Manager for
Interlibrary Loan Requests), company & government reports, eJournals, dissertations, theses,
newspapers including Business & Financial newspapers in Factiva (See Business & IT Journal
Databases), and other reference resources (eg. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian standards,
online encyclopaedias & dictionaries to be read on the computer). You will also find library guides,
Subject Reserve for any readings eg. ITC100, ACC100, etc., and online assistance to help you use the
Library's resources such as Ask a Librarian – Live Chat and Ask a Librarian - Web Form.

You can find Library Services on both the SGA library online catalogue:
http://primo.unilinc.edu.au/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?vid=SGA

The SGA library online catalogue allows students to Sign In, My Account shows student’s current
library record including all books on loan, Renew your borrowed books online before the due date,
also Search and Request all books in the SGA library, even if unavailable due to high demand from
students. Students can Request books when all books are on loan to other students. When the
requested book is returned to the SGA library, the student who requested the book receives an email
immediately to pick up the book from the SGA library. View your library record online 24/7 at the
above web link for SGA library.

And also CSU Library online:
http://student.csu.edu.au/library - CSU Library Services including Primo Search & Subject
Reserve online with 24/7 access, online and video tutorials in research skills, finding journal
articles for assignments, topic analysis, download Endnote referencing program and many other
online library services to help you successfully complete your assignments for all CSU courses.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/ - Powerful search engine from National Library of Australia to access many
different online resources on any subject from one search.

Contact Details for renewing loans, locating books and other information:

SGA Melbourne Library:
Marian Lees - Director, Library Services
Ph: (03) 9935 7921
Email: MLees@studygroup.com

Library Help
http://student.csu.edu.au/library/help-contacts Friendly and quick assistance is available. Ask for
help finding information and navigating the library's extensive eResources.

Online Tutorials
http://student.csu.edu.au/library/study-research/training-tutorials-videos

Learn how to:
• use Primo Search to find eReserve material and journal articles
• search journal databases and web resources for information for your assessments
• identify appropriate sources of information and peer reviewed material, and evaluate resources.

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Bookmark your Subject Library Resource Guide
Subject Library Guides are a great way to get started with research. Each online guide is tailored to
a specific area of study, including Accounting, Business & Information Technology outlining how to
research in your area and where to look for information.
http://libguides.csu.edu.au/

Academic Learning Support Assistance
Visit the learning support website for advice about assignment preparation, academic reading and
note-taking, referencing, and preparing for exams at: http://student.csu.edu.au/study

You may also contact:

Name: Monique Moloney
Email: MMoloney@studygroup.com
Phone: (03) 9935 7919

Name: Bethany Winkler
Email: BWinkler@studygroup.com
Phone: (03) 9935 7953

Name: Gail Ekici
Email: GEkici@studygroup.com
Phone: (03) 9935 7965

For appointments, please see Reception at Level 1.
Queries regarding the content of this subject should be directed to your subject lecturer.

Residential school
You are not required to attend a residential school for this subject.

Your workload in this subject
CSU Academic Senate policy states that a standard 8 point subject should require you to spend a total
of 140-160 hours engaged in the learning and teaching activities.

Each week you should spend around 9 - 11 hours studying this subject – obviously some weeks may
require more time than others depending on how you work but the following is a guide for your
information.

Readings from Textbook Chapter: 4.0 hours
Preparation of Assessment Items: 4.0 hours
Attending weekly lecture and tutorial: 3.0 hours

Assessment Items
Item number Title Type Value Due date* Return date**

1 Inception Phase Assignment 15% 17-Mar-2017 07-Apr-2017

2 Elaboration phase Assignment 30% 05-May-2017 26-May-2017

3 Validation phase Assignment 25% 26-May-2017 19-Jun-2017

4 Final Exam Exam 30% To be Advised. -

* due date is the last date for assessment items to be received at the University
* applies only to assessment items submitted by the due date

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Assessment item 1
Inception Phase
Value: 15%
Due date: 17-Mar-2017
Return date: 07-Apr-2017
Length: Word length 1200 to 1500
Submission method options
Alternative submission method

Task

Investigate the effectiveness of business information systems of the given case study. To do this, you
are required to submit a complete report which includes an analysis of functionality, resources
required, the broad feasibility of the project (i.e., risks) and proposed outcome based on the analysis
of the case study.

Choose one of the case studies from the Interact2 Resources Section and use this case study
to complete assessment item 1, assessment item 2, and assessment item 3.

Rationale

This assessment tasks covers the fundamental concepts of object oriented analysis, relationship
between analysis and design and activities of SDLC. More specifically it assess your ability to
• Explain the concepts of object orientation methodology (Learning outcome 1);
• Describe the activities in each phase of the system development life cycle. (Learning Outcome 2)

Marking criteria
Criteria HD DI CR PS FL
Demonstrates
Demonstrates Demonstrates
evidence of
Content of breadth and breadth and
having read
the report depth of depth of
Demonstrates very
(i.e., analysis understanding understanding material
of and has insightsand has insights Demonstrates presented in core little evidence of
functionality, and awareness and awareness
resources thorough having read material
of many of the texts and
of deeper more deeper more understanding
required, the subtle aspects of
presented in core
subtle aspects of of material readings.
broad texts and readings.
feasibility of the topic presented in
However
the project content. core texts and
the topic Inaccurate or
(i.e., risks) Evidence of readings. literature is
content.
and proposed having inconsistent
Evidence of presented
outcome researched/read having read acknowledgment of
(70%) more widely uncritically in a
beyond the core
beyond the core materials. sources. Limited
materials. purely descriptive knowledge of key
manner. Content
principles and
acknowledged
Highly Good skills in concepts.
Well-developed expression but not really
developed skills
skills in and clear taken into
Clarity of in expression
expression and presentation account.
expression and presentation
and of response. presentation of of response.
presentation Fluent writing response. Fluent Mostly fluent
of response, style appropriate writing style writing style Some skills in Rudimentary skills
while fully to assessment appropriate to appropriate to expression and in expression and
presentation of presentation of
response. response. Not all
Meaning apparent material is relevant
but writing style and/or is presented
not always fluent in a disorganized
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Criteria HD DI CR PS FL
utilizing the task type. assessment task assessment or well organized. manner. Meaning
1200 to Grammar and type. Grammar task type. Grammar and apparent but writing
1500 spelling and spelling Grammar and spelling contain style not fluent or
word-count accurate. accurate. 1200 spelling errors. Exceeded well-organized,
limit. Well-organized to 1500 word accurate. 1200 or fell short by Grammar and
(20%) use of the 1200 limit to 1500 word more than 10% of spelling contain
to 1500 maintained. limit 1200 to 1500 errors. Ignored word
word-count maintained. word limit. count completely.
limit.
Referencing is Some attempt Attempt at
Referencing is
mainly accurate at referencing referencing but
Referencing mainly accurate
and and according to and according and according not exactly
to the APA to the APA according to APA Referencing is
Citation the APA
standard. Most standard. Few standard and only absent/unsystematic.
(10%) standard. All
of the references are few references
references are
cited in the text. references are cited in the are cited in the
cited in the text. text. text.

Presentation

Reports should be submitted is MS Word format, using the CSU referencing style of APA.

Requirements

Students should visit and read the CSU Referencing Policy at
http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu

Assessment item 2
Elaboration phase
Value: 30%
Due date: 05-May-2017
Return date: 26-May-2017
Length: Word length 1800 to 2000
Submission method options
Alternative submission method

Task

In this assessment item, you are required to provide the detailed architecture and design of the system
presented in Assessment Item 1 in report form. The total number of words should be between 1800—
2000. Please note the words included in the diagrams/figures will not be counted. Amongst the
information sought are answers to the following questions:

Questions you need to address are:

1. Identify and briefly describe the main functional and non-functional requirements for the
major systems areas of the case study.
2. Explain the role of use cases for the creation of a domain model of the problem domain and
draw use case diagrams for all systems in the case study that show all actors and use cases.
3. Draw a UML domain model class diagram for all systems in your chosen case study. Be as specific
and accurate as possible, given the information provided. If needed information is not given, make
realistic assumptions.
4. Review the functional and non-functional requirements for the major systems areas of the case
study you have developed in question 1. Then, for each of the five design activity of SDLC, list and
briefly describe some specific tasks required for each design activities (i.e., describing the

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environment, designing application components, user interfaces, the database, and software methods.
5. Develop a System Vision Document to give the total vision of the system and develop a work
breakdown structure (WBS) for the project’s first iteration.

Rationale

This assessment tasks covers the fundamental concepts of object modeling, use cases, dynamic models and
has been designed to ensure that you are engaging with the subject content on a regular basis. The purpose
of the assessment task is to strengthen the student's skill in developing a detailed OO design using UML
notation, based on a set of user requirements. More specifically it assess your ability to:

• Apply the concepts of object orientation methodology (Learning outcome 1);
• Analyse system requirements to determine the use cases and domain model of the problem
domain (Learning outcome 3);
• Create class diagrams and dynamic models with UML notations (Learning outcome 4);
• Perform modeling of various aspects of systems to construct quality diagrams from a case
study (Learning outcome 6).

Marking criteria

Criteria HD DI CR PS FL
a)All major a)Some
a)All possible a)Few
Q1. Identify and briefly functional and functional and
functional and functional and a)Functional
describe the main functional non-functional non-functional
non-functional non-functional and
and non-functional requirements requirements
requirements are requirements non-function
requirements for the major are identified are identified
identified and are identified requirement
systems areas of the case and described and described
described for and described are identifie
study. for the major for the major
the major for the major with major
Marks: 80% systems areas systems areas
systems areas of systems areas of errors.
of the case of the case
the case study. the case study.
study. study.
a)Mostly
Q2. Explain the role of use a)Mostly a)Reasonable
comprehensive explanation
cases for the creation of a a)Comprehensive comprehensive
explanation about the role
domain model of the explanation explanation
about the role of use cases and
problem domain and draw about the role of about the role a)Major
of use cases and omissions in use case
use case diagrams for all use cases and all of use cases
use case the
systems in the case study use case and all use diagrams are
diagrams are explanation.
that show all actors and diagrams are case diagrams not always
mostly
use cases. accurate. are mostly accurate. Some
accurate. Minor omissions only
Marks: 80% accurate.
omissions only
a)UML domain
model class
diagram is
mainly accurate a)UML
for all systems domain model a)UML domain
a)UML domain and model class
class diagram
model class subsystems; diagram is not
is accurate for
diagram is identified all always accurate
all systems and
accurate for all possible for all systems
subsystems;
systems and domain classes and subsystems; a)UML
Q3. Draw a UML domain however
subsystems; and some
model class diagram for all domain classes domain classes domain mod
identified all attributes, and their class diagra
systems and subsystems in and their
possible domain showing logical
your chosen case study. attributes are attributes are have major
classes and some relationships
Marks: 80% not always not always omissions
attributes, among all accurate, accurate, logical
showing logical domain classes.
logical relationships
relationships
have some
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Criteria HD DI CR PS FL
relationships Some errors among have some
among all omissions. domain classes. errors among
domain classes. domain classes.
Q4. Review the functional a)Less than
and non-functional four design
a)All five
requirements for the major activities of
design a)Four design
systems areas of the case a)Four design SDLC are
a)All five design activities of activities of
study you have developed in activities of listed and
activities of SDLC are SDLC are
question 1. Then, for each SDLC are briefly
SDLC are mostly mostly
of the five design activities accurately listed described
accurately listed accurately accurately listed
of SDLC, list and briefly and briefly some specifi
and briefly listed and and briefly
describe some specific tasks described some tasks require
described some briefly described some
required for each design specific tasks for each desi
specific tasks described some specific tasks
activity (i.e., describing the required for each activity.
required for each specific tasks required for each
environment, designing design activity. Major
design activity. required for design activity.
application components, omissions in
each design the
user interfaces, the database,
activity explanation.
and software methods.
Marks: 80%
a)Mostly
a)Mostly accurate
a)Reasonable
accurate System Vision
a)Accurate accuracy to
System Vision Document
System Vision develop System
Document giving the total
Document giving Vision
giving the vision of the
the total vision of Document
total vision of system
Q5. Develop a System the system which gives the
the system including clear
Vision Document to give the including clear vision of the a)Wrong wa
including clear problem
total vision of the system problem system to develop
problem description,
and develop a work description, including System Visi
description, describe major
breakdown structure (WBS) describe major problem Document.
describe major system
for the project’s first system description,
system capabilities
iteration. capabilities system
capabilities areas, and
Marks: 80% areas, and capabilities, and
areas, and identify all
identify all business
identify all possible
possible business benefits
possible business
benefits Some
business benefits.
omissions only
benefits Minor
omissions only

b) Writing
b) Writing style style not flu
b) Fluent writing b) Mostly fluent
b) Mostly not always or well-
style appropriate writing style
Fluent writing fluent or well organis and
Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, and Q5 to the assignment appropriate to
style organised and many
Presentation and clarity with accurate the assignment
appropriate to grammar and grammatical
(accuracy, spelling, grammar and with mostly
assignment spelling contain and spelling
grammar, punctuation) spelling. accurate
with accurate errors. mistakes.
Marks: 20% grammar and
grammar and spelling. Minor
spelling. omissions only.
Criteria HD DI CR PS FL

Task 1 (70%):
The students who
have expertise in
object-oriented Task 1: Task 1: Task 1:
programming are Fully functional Mostly fully Prototype not
required to prototype using functional always functional
Task 1:
validate their major principles Task 1: prototype using using major

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Criteria HD DI CR PS FL
system design of object-oriented Mostly fully major principles principles of Prototype has
through programming such functional of object-oriented object-oriented major errors
developing a as encapsulation, prototype using programming such programming such and not
prototype for at data abstraction, major principles as encapsulation, as encapsulation, working.
least one polymorphism and of object-oriented data abstraction, data abstraction,
subsystem of inheritance. Each programming such polymorphism and polymorphism and
chosen case study. variable, as encapsulation, inheritance. Each inheritance. Each
You have an function/method, data abstraction, variable, variable,
option to use any loops, if/else polymorphism and function/method, function/method,
object-oriented statements, etc are inheritance. Each loops, if/else loops, if/else
programming well commented. variable, statements, etc are statements, etc are
language such as function/method, well commented. not well
C++, Java, C#, loops, if/else Minor omission commented.
etc. to develop statements, etc are only
this subsystem. well commented.

OR

Task 2 (70%):
The students who
have no expertise
in object-oriented OR
programming are OR
required to OR OR
validate their Task 2:
system design Major use cases of Task 2:
using interaction Task 2: the subsystem are Major use cases of Task 2:
diagrams (i.e., All possible use identified; the subsystem are Some use cases of
communication cases of the developed identified; the subsystem are OR
diagrams or subsystem are communication or developed identified;
sequence identified; sequence communication or developed
diagrams) for at developed diagrams are sequence communication or Task 2:
least one communication or correctly showing diagrams are sequence Few use cases
subsystem of sequence logical flow of the correctly showing diagrams are of the
chosen case study. diagrams are system activities, logical flow of the mostly correct subsystem are
To do this, correctly showing input/output system activities, showing logical identified;
identify all logical flow of the messages, and input/output flow of the system developed
possible use cases system activities, accurate messages, and activities, communicatio
for the subsystem input/output symbols/notations. accurate input/output or sequence
and develop messages, and symbols/notations. messages, and diagrams are
communication accurate accurate wrong.
diagrams or symbols/notations. Minor omission symbols/notations.
sequence only
diagrams for these
use cases.

Task 1 & Task 2:

Mostly
Task 1 & Task 2: Task 1 & Task 2: comprehensive 1

Mostly documentation
Task 1 & Task 2 Comprehensive which describes
comprehensive Task 1 & Task 2: Task 1 & Tas
(30%) documentation each component
documentation 2:
Submit a proper which describes of developed
which describes Reasonable
documentation each component system and has 2
each component documentation Documentatio
describing the of developed insights and
of developed describes few is wrong and
different aspect of system and has awareness of
system and has components of not matching
developed insights and deeper more
insights and developed system. with system 3
component, awareness of subtle aspects of
awareness of components.
deeper more the case study.
deeper more
subtle aspects of subtle aspects of Minor emission

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Criteria HD DI CR PS FL
within 2000 the case study. the case study. only
words.

4. If you apply for an extension, you may be asked to email your lecturer on what you
have done so far on the assignment.

5. You must be able to provide documentary evidence (such as a certificate from a doctor or
counsellor) justifying the need for an extension as soon as practicable - but please note that if
the circumstances giving rise to the request for an extension arise on a day when you cannot
get documentary evidence, you must still apply for the extension before the due date and
submit the documentary evidence afterwards.

6. Given the tight deadlines involved in returning assignments to students and putting feedback
on Interact, the maximum extension granted generally will be seven (7) days from the
due date.

7. Assignments received more than 10 days after the due date or extension date will not be
marked unless the staff member decides otherwise. Items received late will be penalised at
10% of the mark available for the assessment item per day it is late (see below).

8. Note that for purposes of measuring lateness, the 'day' begins just after 00.00 hrs AEST - so
an assignment received after midnight of the due date will be penalised 10% for lateness.
This rule will be applied to all students uniformly.

Penalties for Late Submission
The penalty for late submission of an assessment task (without obtaining the Subject
Coordinator's approval for an extension) will be:

10% deduction per day, including weekends, of the maximum marks allocated for the assessment
task, i.e. 1 day late 10% deduction, or 2 days late 20% deduction.

An example of the calculation would be:

Maximum marks allocated = 20
Penalty for one day late = 2 marks (so, a score of 18/20 becomes 16/20 and a score of 12/20
becomes 10/20).

If an assignment is due on a Friday but is not submitted until the following Tuesday, then the penalty
will be four days (40% deduction or 8 marks in the example above).

Submissions more than 10 days late will be acknowledged as received but will not be marked.

Resubmission
Under normal circumstances resubmission of assessment items will not be accepted for any of
the assessments required in this subject.

Online Submission
Assignments should be submitted through TurnItIn. Please meet with your respective lecturer to enroll
in the Turnitin (If you do not receive any email from Turnitin).

Assessments such as Blogs, Quizzes and Journals are required to submit in the Interact2.

TurnItIn does not accept Excel files and PDF files.

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Assignment/s must be submitted through Turnitin by midnight (AEST) according to the date
mentioned in the subject outline.

Postal Submission
Under normal circumstances postal submissions will not be accepted for any of the
assessments required.

Hand Delivered Submission
Under normal circumstances hand delivered submissions will not be accepted for any of the
assessments required.

Feedback
Feedback for assessment items will be provided by subject lecturer/s.

Assignment Return
You should normally expect your marked assignment to be returned to you within 15 working days
of the due date, if your assignment was submitted on time. If you submitted your assignment on time
but have not returned by the return date, you should make enquiries in the first instance to the
subject lecturer. If the subject lecturer is not available, contact Level 1, Reception.

Student Feedback and Learning Analytics
Evaluation of Subjects
CSU values constructive feedback and relies on high response rates to Subject Experience Surveys
(SES) to enhance teaching. Responses are fed back anonymously to Subject Coordinators and
Heads of Schools to form the basis for subject enhancement and recognition of excellence in
teaching. Schools report on their evaluation data; highlighting good practice and documenting how
problems have been addressed. You can view a summary of survey results via the Student Portal
SES Results (https://student.csu.edu.au/study/subject-experience-survey-results) page.

We strongly encourage you to complete your online Subject Experience Surveys. You will be
provided with links to your surveys via email when they open three [3] weeks before the end of
session.

Changes and actions based on previous student feedback
Based on past analytics, changes made to the subject included more face-to-face interactions with
the subject Lecturer and Course Coordinator can significantly improve learning outcomes.

Learning analytics in this subject
Learning Analytics refers to the collection and analysis of student data for the purpose of improving
learning and teaching. It enables the University to personalise the support we provide our students. All
Learning Analytics activities will take place in accordance with the CSU Learning Analytics Code of
Practice. For more information, please visit CSU’s Learning Analytics
(http://www.csu.edu.au/division/student-learning/home/analytics-and-evaluations/learning-analytics)
website.

Data about your activity in the Interact2 site and other learning technologies for this subject will be
recorded and can be reviewed by teaching staff to inform their communication, support and
teaching practices.

Services and Support
Your Student Portal (http://student.csu.edu.au) tells you can how you can seek services and support.
These include study, admin, residential, library, careers, financial, and personal support.

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Develop your study skills
Develop your study skills (https://student.csu.edu.au/study/skills) with our free study services. We
have services online, on campus and near you. These services can help you develop your English
language, literacy, and numeracy.

Library Services
CSU Library (https://student.csu.edu.au/library) provides access to the eBooks, journal articles, books,
and multimedia resources needed for your studies and assessments. Get the most out of these
resources by contacting Library staff either online or in person, or make use of the many Library
Resource Guides, videos and online workshops available.

CSU Policies and Regulations
This subject outline should be read in conjunction with all academic policies and regulations, e.g.
Student Academic Misconduct Policy, Assessment Policy – Coursework Subjects, Assessment
Principles Policy, Special Consideration Policy, Academic Progress Policy, Academic Communication
with Students Policy, Student Charter, etc.

Please refer to the collated list of policies and regulations relevant to studying your subject(s)
(http://student.csu.edu.au/administration/policies-regulations-subjects) which includes links to the CSU
Policy Library (http://www.csu.edu.au/about/policy) – the sole authoritative source of official academic
and administrative policies, procedures, guidelines, rules and regulations of the University.

Subject Outline as a Reference Document
This Subject Outline is an accurate and historical record of the curriculum and scope of your subject.
CSU's Subject Outlines Policy (https://policy.csu.edu.au/view.current.php?id=00267) requires that you
retain a copy of the Subject Outline for future use such as for accreditation purposes.

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