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Table of Contents
Subject Summary …………………………………………………………………………………………………….2
Subject Coordinator …………………………………………………………………………………………………2
Subject Coordinator ……………………………………………………………………………………..2
Email …………………………………………………………………………………………………………..2
Phone ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….2
Consultation procedures ………………………………………………………………………………2
Subject Overview……………………………………………………………………………………………………..2
Abstract……………………………………………………………………………………………………….2
Learning outcomes……………………………………………………………………………………….3
Subject content ……………………………………………………………………………………………3
Key subjects…………………………………………………………………………………………………3
Subject Schedule & Delivery ……………………………………………………………………………………..3
Prescribed text……………………………………………………………………………………………..3
Class/tutorial times and location …………………………………………………………………..4
Schedule ……………………………………………………………………………………………………..4
Learning materials………………………………………………………………………………………..5
Learning, teaching and support strategies ……………………………………………………..5
Recommended student time commitment …………………………………………………….8
Assessment Items …………………………………………………………………………………………………….8
Essential requirements to pass this subject…………………………………………………….8
Items …………………………………………………………………………………………………………..9
Understanding the Problem ………………………………………………………………9
Requirements Gathering …………………………………………………………………13
Requirements Report………………………………………………………………………16
Final Exam ……………………………………………………………………………………..19
Assessment Information …………………………………………………………………………………………21
Academic integrity ……………………………………………………………………………………..21
Referencing………………………………………………………………………………………………..21
How to submit your assessment items …………………………………………………………21
Online submission process………………………………………………………………21
Postal submission process ………………………………………………………………22
Hand delivered submission process …………………………………………………22
Alternative submission process ……………………………………………………….22
Extensions………………………………………………………………………………………………….22
How to apply for special consideration…………………………………………………………23
Penalties for late submission……………………………………………………………………….23
Resubmission …………………………………………………………………………………………….23
Feedback processes ……………………………………………………………………………………23
Assessment return………………………………………………………………………………………23
Student Feedback & Learning Analytics ……………………………………………………………………23
Evaluation of subjects …………………………………………………………………………………24
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Changes and actions based on student feedback ………………………………………….24
Learning analytics ………………………………………………………………………………………24
Services & Support …………………………………………………………………………………………………24
Develop your study skills …………………………………………………………………………….24
Library Services ………………………………………………………………………………………….24
CSU Policies & Regulations………………………………………………………………………………………25
Subject Outline as a reference document……………………………………………………..25
Subject Summary
ITC548 – System Analysis PG
Session 2 2019
Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences
School of Computing and Mathematics
Internal Mode
Credit Points 8
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-ofcountry).
Subject Coordinator
Subject Coordinator Sudath Heiyanthuduwage Heiyanthuduwage
Email SHeiyanthuduwage@studugroup.com
Phone 02 9291 9325
Consultation procedures
Your subject coordinator will be available for consultation. You will be informed of the
consultation procedures via your Interact2 subject site; as well as the names, contact details
and consultation procedures for any other staff teaching the subject.
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.
Subject Overview
Abstract
This subject provides students with an opportunity to examine system analysis and design
techniques within a business perspective. This includes knowledge and skills in feasibility
analysis, logical design and development of business systems. More specifically, the object
oriented methodology using the Unified Modelling Language is used as an approach for
designing and building relevant systems. In addition, the structured systems modelling
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techniques are used to fulfill the requirements of business models. The students will get indepth knowledge and experience of various advance systems analysis techniques and
business modelling aspects that lead up to system design and implementation.
Learning outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject, students should:
• be able to describe the context of an information system;
• be able to compare and contrast the different methodologies of systems analysis and
evaluate their appropriateness for different and complex situations;
• be able to distinguish between requirement gathering techniques and combine these
appropriately to apply to a real scenario;
• be able to evaluate development requirements and prepare a feasibility proposal
based on multi-disciplinary (financial, human resource, technological) analyses;
• be able to formulate and justify system requirement models based on evaluation of
given situations;
• be able to assemble the components of a requirements model using the tools and
techniques of object oriented or structured systems modelling.
Subject content
Information regarding the subject’s content is outlined below.
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.
Subject Schedule & Delivery
Prescribed text
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.
Students must have access to a copy of the prescribed textbook.
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.
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Class/tutorial times and location
Your class times can be found at Timetable @ CSU (http://timetable.csu.edu.au/). Find out
how to use Timetable @ CSU via the Student Portal Class Timetable
(http://student.csu.edu.au/study/study-essentials/timetable) page.
Schedule
Session
Week
Week
Commencing
Topic/Module
Other Information
1
15/Jul/
2019
Introduction to IS and the role of
the analyst
Online chapter A
2
22/Jul/
2019
Approaches to analysis
Chapter 1
3
29/Jul/
2019
Tools and techniques
Chapter 2
4
05/Aug/
2019
Use cases
Chapter 3
HECS Census Date for Session 2:
09/Aug/2019
5
12/Aug/
2019
Domain modelling
Chapter 4
6
19/Aug/
2019
The traditional approach to
requirements gathering
Online chapter B
7
26/Aug/
2019
Mid Session Break / Residential
School Period
8
02/Sep/
2019
Mid Session Break / Residential
School Period
9
09/Sep/
2019
Use Case Modeling 1
Chapter 5
10
16/Sep/
2019
Use Case Modeling 1
Chapter 5
11
23/Sep/
2019
SDLC 1
Chapter 10
12
30/Sep/
2019
SDLC 2
Chapter 10
13
07/Oct/
2019
Project management
Chapter 11
PH: Labour Day, Monday 7th
October 2019
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Session
Week
Week
Commencing
Topic/Module
Other Information
14/Oct/
2019
Revision
Exams
21/Oct/
2018
End of Session Examination
Period
Exams
28/Oct/
2018
End of Session Examination
Period
Please see below Additional/Replacement Class Requirements for this session: Classes
running on the following Public Holidays should have a replacement class:
• Monday 07th October 2019 ( Labour Day)
This study schedule has been devised to assist in your planning during the session and is
intended as a guide only.
Attendance is required at all scheduled lectures and tutorials.
Learning materials
Details of learning materials that support your success in this subject can be found in the
Interact2 Subject Site.
Learning, teaching and support strategies
How you are expected to engage with the subject
All of your subject materials are available on the Interact2 site. Please ensure that for each
topic you read the learning objectives carefully, read the overview and review the text. Once
you have got a feel for what the topic is about try and make a good set of notes under each of
the topic review questions in that topic.
In this subject there are also many of opportunities for you to engage with me, with your peers
and with the subject. I will be holding weekly lectures that will be recorded and made
available online. As part of your assessment in this subject you are required to work alone for
all the assessment items.
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 and so I have set a small assessment item due in week 3, as
part of your assessment.
Academic learning support
Information on effective time management is available on the CSU Learning Support website
via the following link: http://student.csu.edu.au/
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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
The Study Centres also offers a range of workshops specifically targeting your needs as an
international student. These workshops run multiple times per week and build into the
comprehensive Academic Skills Development Program that you should participate in.
Additionally, a number of student volunteers are available to assist you in a program known as
Discipline Support Sessions. Please see the timetables for these programs on the noticeboards
on campus and also via the iLearn Interact2 Organisation site.
You may also contact:
• Elaine Rodrigues
Study Support Manager
Phone: 02 8055 3413
E-mail: ERodrigues@studygroup.com (mailto:ERodrigues@studygroup.com)
• Mazin Yousif
Senior Study Support Coordinator
Phone: 02 9291 9361
E-mail: MYousif@studygroup.com (mailto:MYousif@studygroup.com)
• Miranda Alagich
Study Support Coordinator
Phone: 02 9291 9360
E-mail: MAlagich@studygroup.com (mailto:MAlagich@studygroup.com)
For appointments, please see Reception. Queries regarding the content of this subject should
be directed to your Subject Lecturer.
Library services
The Library is located on campus as well online. Your campus Library
(http://www.csustudycentres.edu.au/about-csu-study-centres/academic-support/
student-library) will support your learning journey by providing the following:
• A Self-Check kiosk for borrowing books: no more queues!
• Library orientation, database searching and information literacy workshops run
during the semester
• Computer terminals to conduct online research and complete written work
• Photocopiers, scanners and printers
• State of the art study and research facilities
• Access to all subject texts including reserve copies for 2 hour loan
• Qualified Information professionals to assist with all your information needs.
• And for loan renewals and making requests, check your StudyGroup Library account
by accessing the StudyGroup Library catalogue (http://sgaprimo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo_library/libweb/action/
search.do?vid=SGA)
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Check with your Campus Library for opening hours and visit Library News for updates on
Interact2 (https://idp.csu.edu.au/idp/profile/SAML2/Redirect/SSO?execution=e3s1).
CSU Library
For 24/7 access, go to CSU Library online
(https://library.csu.edu.au/)http://student.csu.edu.au/library
The CSU Library provides access to online resources. These are:
• Peer-reviewed journal articles
• eBooks
• Company and government reports
• eJournals
• Dissertations & theses
• Newspapers including Business & Financial newspapers in Factiva (see Business & IT
Journal databases)
• Other Reference resources (eg. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian standards,
online encyclopaedias & dictionaries to be read on the computer
• Online assistance via free call on 1800 808 369, or ‘Ask a Librarian’ – Live Chat or Web
Form.
Other CSU Library services and resources:
https://student.csu.edu.au/library/study-research
• Video tutorials in research skills, finding journal articles for assignments, topic
analysis
• Endnote referencing software
• Other online library services to help you successfully complete your assignments
Online Tutorials
http://student.csu.edu.au/library/study-research/training-tutorials-videos
Learn how to:
• Use Primo Search to find eReserve study materials and journal articles
• Search journal databases and web resources for information for your assessment
tasks
• Identify appropriate sources of information and peer reviewed material, to evaluate
resources
Subject Library Resource Guides
http://libguides.csu.edu.au/
Subject Library Guides are a great way to get started with research. Each online guide is
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tailored to a specific area of study, including Accounting, Business and Information
Technology outlining how to research in your area and where to look for information.
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.
National Library of Australia – Trove database
http://trove.nla.gov.au/
The Trove database from the National Library of Australia provides access to many different
online resources on any subject.
University of Technology Sydney – Blake Library
http://find.lib.uts.edu.au/
All students with a CSU student card can access University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) library
for free 10 times per year or paying $50 per year to join CAUL scheme to borrow books and use
the UTS library within the guidelines set down by UTS. Access restrictions may be in place
during exam periods. The UTS Blake library is located near Chinatown: corner Quay Street &
Ultimo Road, Haymarket. Phone: 02 9514 3666.
Contact Details below for any student enquiries:
CSU Study Centre Darlinghurst Library
Ms Mireille Eid
Library Manager
Phone: 02 9291 9326
Email: Meid@studygroup.com (mailto:Meid@studygroup.com)
Ms Angie Baho
Library Officer
Phone: 02 9291 9315
Email: darlibrary@studygroup.com (mailto:darlibrary@studygroup.com)
Recommended student time commitment
This subject is an 8 point subject. The CSU Subject Policy states that a standard 8 point subject
should require you to spend up to 160 hours engaged in the learning and teaching activities.
These activities include the time spent in preparation for assessment, including study for
examinations, tests, and assignment preparation.
Assessment Items
Essential requirements to pass this subject
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You must obtain at least 50% in both the total mark and the examination mark in order to pass
this subject.
If you marginally fail these pass criteria you are entitled to a second chance in the following
circumstances:
I. You are eligible for an Additional Assignment (AA) if you submitted all assessment items,
passed the exam (e.g. you scored 50% or above) but received an overall mark between 45 and
49;
or
II. You are eligible for an Additional Examination (AE) if you submitted all assessment items
(including the final exam) but failed the exam (e.g. you scored less than 50%) and received an
overall mark 45 or above.
Items
Item No.
Title
Value
Due Date*
Return Date**
1
Understanding the Problem
10%
28-Jul-2019
19-Aug-2019
2
Requirements Gathering
25%
25-Aug-2019
13-Sep-2019
3
Requirements Report
15%
06-Oct-2019
28-Oct-2019
4
Final Exam
50%
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
Assessment item 1
Understanding the Problem
Value: 10%
Due Date: 28-Jul-2019
Return Date: 19-Aug-2019
Submission method options: Alternative submission method
Task
Background
Case Study: Auto-Parts Warehouse Management System
Jack Greig and Daniel Cox have several years of experience of running an auto-parts business
as a supplier in a major city of Australia. The current warehouse management system is not
able to handle highly dynamic procedures that can help them move and store inventory at
peak efficiency and lowest cost. Jack and Daniel have decided to develop a new Auto-Parts
Warehouse Management System where its functionality can be applied throughout all core
warehouse processes, transforming the warehouse into a competitive advantage.
You are the business system analyst assigned to develop this system. In your meeting with
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Jack and Daniel, they provided significant details regarding the basic operations of the system.
They expect the system will perform the various functions such as receiving all types of orders,
inventory control, order processing, pick up and process orders, order load management,
outbound documentation, system alerts, packing orders, and crystal reports. Please note, you
must consider the number of wireless communication devices that configure with the
proposed system and enables the warehouse management to run the distribution centre
using real-time operations. These extensive system functions will improve warehouse
operations by minimising costs and increasing productivity.
Complete the Following
You are a business systems analyst that is part of a project that is currently being proposed.
Your task is to develop a System Vision Document for this project.
You are to describe the problem in your own words, and the capabilities and benefits. You
need to create a System Vision Document which contains:
• Problem
• Capabilities
• Benefits
Specific analysis techniques have not been taught yet, so this assignment does not require
technical descriptions.
Please note, you will use the same case study to complete assessment item 1, assessment
item 2 and assessment item 3.
Rationale
This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:
• be able to describe the context of an information system.
• be able to compare and contrast the different methodologies of systems analysis and
evaluate their appropriateness for different and complex situations.
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Marking criteria and standards
Level Attained
Criteria
STANDARDS
High Distinction
Distinction
Credit
Pass
Fail
1. Content of the
System Vision
Document
Maximum
6 Marks
Demonstrates
breadth and depth
of understanding
and has insights and
awareness of deeper
more subtle aspects
of the topic content.
Evidence of having
researched/read
more widely beyond
the core materials.
Demonstrates
breadth and depth
of understanding
and has insights and
awareness of many
of the deeper more
subtle aspects of the
topic content.
Evidence of having
read beyond the
core materials.
Demonstrates
thorough
understanding of
material presented
in core texts and
readings.
Demonstrates
evidence of having
read material
presented in core
texts and readings.
However literature is
presented
uncritically in a
purely descriptive
manner.
Content
acknowledged but
not really taken into
account.
Demonstrates very little
evidence of having read
material presented in core
texts and readings.
Inaccurate or inconsistent
acknowledgement of
sources.
Limited knowledge of key
principles and concepts.
2. Clarity of
expression and
presentation of
response.
Referencing and
Citation
Maximum
2+2 Marks
Highly developed
skills in expression
and presentation of
response.
Fluent writing style
appropriate to
assessment task.
Grammar and
spelling accurate.
Well-organised.
Well-developed skills
in expression and
presentation of
response.
Fluent writing style
appropriate to
assessment task.
Grammar and
spelling accurate.
Referencing is
Good skills in
expression and clear
presentation of
response. Mostly
fluent writing style
appropriate to
assessment task.
Grammar and
spelling accurate.
Some attempt at
Some skills in
expression and
presentation of
response. Meaning
apparent but writing
style not always
fluent or well
organised. Grammar
and spelling contain
errors. Significantly
Rudimentary skills in
expression and presentation
of response.
Not all material is relevant
and/or is presented in a
disorganised manner.
Meaning apparent but
writing style not fluent or
well-organised,
Grammar and spelling
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Referencing is
consistently accurate
and according to the
APA standard. All
references are cited
in the text. At least 5
references provided.
mainly accurate and
according to the APA
standard. Most of the
references are cited
in the text. At least 4
references provided.
referencing and
according to the APA
standard. Few
references are cited
in the text. At least 3
references provided.
exceeded or fell
short of the 3 page
guide.
Attempt at
referencing but not
exactly according to
APA standard and
only few references
are cited in the text.
At least 2 references
provided.
contain errors. Ignored
length requirements
completely.
Referencing is absent/
unsystematic.
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Presentation
Your answer should be a report approx. 3 pages, Times Roman size 12 (title page and
references are not part of the page count). You should use your own words and avoid lengthy
quotations.
Requirements
For this assessment you are required to use APA referencing to acknowledge the sources that
you have used in preparing your assessment. Please refer to the CSU referencing guide
http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu. In addition a very useful tool for you to
use that demonstrates how to correctly use in text referencing and the correct way to cite the
reference in your reference list can be found at https://apps.csu.edu.au/reftool/apa-6
Assessment item 2
Requirements Gathering
Value: 25%
Due Date: 25-Aug-2019
Return Date: 13-Sep-2019
Submission method options: Alternative submission method
Task
Further background
Refer to the Project Vision Document submitted in Assessment Item 1 regarding Auto-Parts
Warehouse Management System. In this assignment, you are required to prepare a report that
describes the detailed architecture and design of the proposed system.
Complete the Following
Please refer to the marking guide when preparing your response to see what criteria and
standards will be used to assess your work and your progress.
Amongst the information sought are answers to the following questions:
1. Identify and briefly describe the functional and non-functional requirements for the
proposed system. (2 pages, times new roman, size 12)
2. Identify use cases and draw use case diagrams for the proposed system that show major
use cases and actors.
3. Draw domain model class diagrams for the proposed system. Be as specific and accurate
as possible, if needed information is not given, make realistic assumptions.
4. Develop an event-partitioned system model encompassing all the use cases you identified
in question 2. Assume that the classes and associations in question 3 correspond to entities
and relationships from similar entity relationship diagrams.
Rationale
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This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:
• be able to compare and contrast the different methodologies of systems analysis and
evaluate their appropriateness for different and complex situations.
• be able to distinguish between requirement gathering techniques and combine these
appropriately to apply to a real scenario.
• be able to formulate and justify system requirement models based on evaluation of
given situations.
• be able to assemble the components of a requirements model using the tools and
techniques of object oriented or structured systems modelling.
Marking criteria and standards
Criteria
High
Distinction
(HD)
Distinction
(DI)
Credit (CR)
Pass (PS)
Fail (FL)
1. Identify and
briefly
describe the
functional
and non
functional
requirements.
4 Marks
Functional
requirements:
all nine major
business rules
are identified
and briefly
described;
Non
functional
requirements:
seven
possible
system
characteristics
are identified
and briefly
described.
Functional
requirements:
seven major
business rules
are identified
and briefly
described;
Non
functional
requirements:
five possible
system
characteristics
are identified
and briefly
described.
Functional
requirements:
five major
business rules
are identified
and briefly
described;
Non
functional
requirements:
four possible
system
characteristics
are identified
and briefly
described.
Functional
requirements:
three major
business rules
are identified
and briefly
described;
Non
functional
requirements:
three possible
system
characteristics
are identified
and briefly
described.
Identified
functional
and non
functional
requirements
are wrong
and no or
little
description.
2. Identify use
cases and
draw use case
diagrams
5 Marks
Major use
cases are
identified
with accurate
use case
diagrams for
the proposed
system that
show major
use cases and
actors.
Major use
cases are
identified
with mostly
accurate use
case diagrams
for proposed
system that
show major
use cases and
actors.
Some of the
major use
cases are
identified
with mostly
accurate use
case diagrams
for proposed
system that
show some
use cases and
actors.
Few use cases
are identified
with use case
diagrams for
few proposed
system that
show few use
cases and
actors.
Use cases
and use case
diagrams are
wrong.
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3. Draw
domain
model class
diagrams.
8 Marks
Domain
model class
diagrams are
accurate for
the proposed
system;
identified all
possible
domain
classes and
some
attributes,
showing
logical
relationships
among all
domain
classes.
Domain
model class
diagram are
mainly
accurate for
the proposed
system;
identified all
possible
domain
classes and
some
attributes,
showing
logical
relationships
among all
domain
classes. Some
omissions.
Domain
model class
diagrams are
accurate for
the proposed
system;
however,
domain
classes and
their
attributes are
not always
accurate,
logical
relationships
have some
errors among
domain
classes.
Domain
model class
diagrams are
not always
accurate for
the proposed
system;
domain
classes and
their
attributes are
not always
accurate,
logical
relationships
have some
errors among
domain
classes.
Domain
model class
diagrams
have major
omissions.
4. Develop an
event
partitioned
system model
encompassing
all the use
cases you
identified in
question 2.
5 Marks
Event
partitioned
system model
is accurate for
the proposed
system;
identified all
possible
processes,
agents, and
data entities,
showing
logical
relationships
among all
items.
Event
partitioned
system model
is mostly
accurate for
the proposed
system;
identified
most of
processes,
agents, and
data entities,
showing
logical
relationships
among most
of the items.
Event
partitioned
system model
is mostly
accurate for
the proposed
system;
identified
most of the
possible
processes,
agents, and
data entities,
showing
logical
relationships
among all
items. Some
omissions.
Event
partitioned
system
models is not
always
accurate for
the proposed
system;
identified only
some
processes,
agents, and
data entities,
showing
logical
relationships
among some
items.
Event
partitioned
system
model is
wrong.
Presentation
and clarity
(accuracy,
spelling,
grammar,
punctuation,
figures)
2 Marks
Fluent writing
style
appropriate to
the
assignment
with accurate
grammar and
spelling, and
high-quality
Mostly fluent
writing style
appropriate to
assignment
with accurate
grammar and
spelling, and
good-quality
figures drawn
Mostly fluent
writing style
appropriate to
the
assignment
with mostly
accurate
grammar and
spelling.
Writing style
not always
fluent or well
organised and
grammar and
spelling
contain
errors. Poor
quality figures
Writing style
not fluent or
well
organised,
and many
grammatical
and spelling
mistakes.
Very bad
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figures drawn
using some
tools and
figures have
some
captions.
using some
tools and
figures have
some
captions.
Minor
omissions
only. Some
quality figures
drawn using
some tools
and figures
have some
captions.
drawn using
some tools
and figures
have some
captions.
quality
figures,
copied from
others work,
no captions.
Referencing
and Citation
1 Marks
Referencing is
mainly
accurate and
according to
the APA
standard. All
references are
cited in the
text.
Referencing is
mainly
accurate and
according to
the APA
standard.
Most of the
references are
cited in the
text.
Some attempt
at referencing
and according
to the APA
standard. Few
references are
cited in the
text.
Attempt at
referencing
but not
exactly
according to
APA standard
and only few
references are
cited in the
text.
Referencing
is absent/
unsystematic.
Presentation
Only task 1 about to identify and briefly describe the functional and non-functional
requirements should be 2 pages long, font times new roman, size 12. For other tasks in this
assignment, please follow marking criteria and standard. All figures must have suitable
caption and cited (if required) within text using APA standard.
Requirements
If any references are required, ensure to use APA referencing to acknowledge the sources that
you have used in preparing your assessment. Please refer to the CSU referencing guide
http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu. In addition a very useful tool for you to
use that demonstrates how to correctly use in text referencing and the correct way to cite the
reference in your reference list can be found at https://apps.csu.edu.au/reftool/apa-6
Assessment item 3
Requirements Report
Value: 15%
Due Date: 06-Oct-2019
Return Date: 28-Oct-2019
Submission method options: Alternative submission method
Task
Further Background
Refer to background information provided in Assessments 1 and 2 regarding Auto-Parts
Warehouse Management System.
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Complete the Following
Please refer to the marking guide when preparing your response to see what criteria and
standards will be used to assess your work and your progress.
Cloud Based Solution
Consider various aspects of cloud based solutions and investigate the strengths and
weaknesses of cloud based solutions, taking into consideration the environment in which the
solution will be deployed for the proposed system.
Agile Methodologies
Compare and contrast Unified Process (UP) and Scrum. Then recommend either Unified
Process or Scrum you will use for the proposed system and briefly describe why.
Rationale
This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:
• be able to evaluate development requirements and prepare a feasibility proposal
based on multi-disciplinary (financial, human resource, technological) analyses.
• be able to formulate and justify system requirement models based on evaluation of
given situations.
• be able to assemble the components of a requirements model using the tools and
techniques of object oriented or structured systems modelling.
Marking criteria and standards
CRITERIA
STANDARDS
High
Distinction
Distinction
Credit
Pass
Fail
A review of
the strengths
and
weaknesses
of cloud
based
solutions,
taking into
consideration
the
environment
in which the
solution will
be deployed
for the
Clearly
identified
strengths and
weaknesses of
cloud
solutions. As
well as
demonstrate
in-depth
understanding
of the
environment
that the
solution would
be used in.
Identified
most of the
strengths and
weaknesses of
cloud
solutions. As
well as
demonstrate
some
understanding
of the
environment
that the
solution would
be used in.
Identified
some of
strengths and
weaknesses of
cloud
solutions. As
well as
demonstrate
little
understanding
of the
environment
that the
solution would
be used in.
Identified
some of
strengths and
weaknesses of
cloud
solutions. As
well as
demonstrate
little
understanding
of the
environment
that the
solution would
be used in. But
Strengths and
weaknesses
are poorly
expressed and
no explanation
of the
environment
that the
solution would
be used in.
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proposed
system.
6 Marks
no evidence of
research.
Compare and
contrast
Unified
Process (UP)
and Scrum.
Then
recommend
either Unified
Process or
Scrum you
will use for
the proposed
system and
briefly
describe why.
6 marks
Response
clearly state
the differences
between
Unified
Process and
Scrum
methodologies
with strong
justification
about which
methodology
is suitable for
the proposed
system.
Response
clearly state
the differences
between
Unified
Process and
Scrum
methodologies
with some
justification
about which
methodology
is suitable for
the proposed
system.
Response list
the major
differences
between
Unified
Process and
Scrum
methodologies
with little
justification
about which
methodology
is suitable for
the proposed
system.
Response list
some
differences
between
Unified
Process and
Scrum
methodologies
with limited
justification
about which
methodology
is suitable for
the proposed
system.
Response just
describe both
methodologies
no comparison
and no
justification
about
which
methodology
is suitable for
the proposed
system.
Presentation
and clarity
(accuracy,
spelling,
grammar,
punctuation,
figures)
2 Marks
Fluent writing
style
appropriate to
the
assignment
with accurate
grammar and
spelling, and
high-quality
figures drawn
using some
tools and
figures have
some
captions.
Mostly fluent
writing style
appropriate to
assignment
with accurate
grammar and
spelling, and
good-quality
figures drawn
using some
tools and
figures have
some
captions.
Mostly fluent
writing style
appropriate to
the
assignment
with mostly
accurate
grammar and
spelling. Minor
omissions
only. Some
quality figures
drawn using
some tools
and figures
have some
captions.
Writing style
not always
fluent or well
organised and
grammar and
spelling
contain errors.
Poor-quality
figures drawn
using some
tools and
figures have
some
captions.
Writing style
not fluent or
well
organised, and
many
grammatical
and spelling
mistakes. Very
bad quality
figures, copied
from others
work, no
captions.
Referencing
and Citation
1 Marks
Referencing is
mainly
accurate and
according to
the APA
standard. All
references are
cited in the
text.
Referencing is
mainly
accurate and
according to
the APA
standard. Most
of the
references are
cited in the
Some attempt
at referencing
and according
to the APA
standard. Few
references are
cited in the
text.
Attempt at
referencing
but not exactly
according to
APA standard
and only few
references are
cited in the
text.
Referencing is
absent/
unsystematic.
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text.
Presentation
Your answer should be approx. 4 pages, Times New Roman Size 12 (title page and references
are not part of page count). You should use your own words and avoid lengthy quotations.
Requirements
If any references are required, ensure to use APA referencing to acknowledge the sources that
you have used in preparing your assessment. Please refer to the CSU referencing guide
http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu. In addition a very useful tool for you to
use that demonstrates how to correctly use in text referencing and the correct way to cite the
reference in your reference list can be found at https://apps.csu.edu.au/reftool/apa-6
Assessment item 4
Final Exam
Value: 50%
Due Date: To be advised
Duration: 2 hours
Submission method options: N/A – submission not required/applicable
Requirements
Closed book. Multiple choice questions, short answer questions, and a case study.
Rationale
This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:
• be able to describe the context of an information system.
• be able to compare and contrast the different methodologies of systems analysis and
evaluate their appropriateness for different and complex situations.
• be able to distinguish between requirement gathering techniques and combine these
appropriately to apply to a real scenario.
• be able to evaluate development requirements and prepare a feasibility proposal
based on multi-disciplinary (financial, human resource, technological) analyses.
• be able to formulate and justify system requirement models based on evaluation of
given situations.
• be able to assemble the components of a requirements model using the tools and
techniques of object oriented or structured systems modelling.
Marking criteria and standards
The exam will consist of three parts:
1. Multiple choice questions.
2. Short answer questions
3. Case Study
The marking will be according to:
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• the clarity and comprehensiveness with which you answer the question;
• the inclusion of essential information in your answer; and
• demonstration, in your answer, that you have understood the concept and/ of terms of
the question.
Criteria
High Distinction
(HD)
Distinction (DI)
Credit (CR)
Pass (PS)
Fail (FL)
The exam
assesses the
student’s
ability to:
-demonstrate
theoretical and
practice
knowledge
-analyse and
interpret
communication
protocols and
information to
justify cases
presented and
provide a clear
and logical
solution/
explanation to
the problem/
situation
Demonstrated
ac
omprehensive
knowledge to
consistently
recall accurate
facts and apply
the relevant
ones correctly
in context.
Analysed and
accurately
interpreted
communication
data and
information in
detail.
Succinctly
explained and
justified all
statements,
providing a
clear and
logical
solution.
Demonstrated
knowledge to
recall mostly
accurate facts
and apply the
majority of the
relevant ones
correctly in
context.
Analysed and
accurately
interpreted
communication
data and
information in
detail.
Explained and
justified all
statements,
providing (for
the most part)
a clear and
logical
solution.
Demonstrated
knowledge to
recall some
accurate facts
and apply
some of the
relevant ones
correctly in
context.
Analysed and
accurately (for
some parts)
interpreted
communication
data and
information.
Explained and
justified most
of the
statements by
relating to
aspects of the
given context.
Demonstrated
partly
developed
knowledge to
recall a few
accurate facts
and apply
some of them
correctly in
context.
Analysed and
accurately (for
a few parts)
interpreted
communication
data and
information.
Explained and
justified at least
half of the
statements but
in many cases
used irrelevant
or incorrect
facts.
Listed some
facts and little
reasoning.
Stated some
identifications
and
implications,
by giving
simple
observations
and/ or
reasons that
may or may
not relate to
the given
context.
Possible Marks
85-100
75-84
65-74
50-64
Less than 50
Material provided by the university
Answer Booklets (1 X 12 page)
1 General Purpose Answer Sheet GPAS-200R
Material provided by the student
Writing implements, including a 2B pencil and an eraser
Any calculator allowed, including programmable calculators (hand held, no printer). I-pads
and other hand-held computers are not accepted as calculators.
No dictionary permitted.
Sample exam paper
You are encouraged to complete this subject’s sample exam (https://doms.csu.edu.au/csu/
items/4c36427c-b634-42b6-acda-d7825c089f49/1/) in preparation for the end-of-session
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exam.
Assessment Information
Academic integrity
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
(http://student.csu.edu.au/library/integrity/academic-integrity-course).
CSU treats plagiarism seriously. We may use Turnitin to check your submitted work for
plagiarism. You can use Turnitin to check for plagiarism (http://student.csu.edu.au/library/
integrity/referencing-at-csu/checking) in your assessments before submission.
Referencing
Referencing is an important component of academic work. All assessment tasks should be
appropriately referenced. The specific details of the referencing requirements are included in
each assessment task description. Get referencing style guides and help
(http://student.csu.edu.au/library/integrity/referencing-at-csu) to use for your assessments.
How to submit your assessment items
Online submission process
Assessment items that are completed within the Interact 2 site, such as quizzes, tests and self
and peer assessments in the blog and wiki are noted in the assessment section above. You
need to complete these tasks within your subject site.
Assessment tasks that are NOT completed through the Subject site need to be submitted
electronically via Turnitin site by the due date. Turnitin class details for this subject will be
given by your lecturer.
Unless advised otherwise, all Turnitin submissions are due by midnight (AEST) of the date
specified. Please note that the time and the date of your Turnitin submission will be used to
determine your official submission time.
All textual elements within an assessment must be submitted in a format that is readable by
Turnitin. Specific exceptions, where an assessment requires the insertion of image-based
evidence of workings will be outlined in the context of the assessment. Students that
deliberately attempt to insert the content of assessments in a format that is not readable by
Turnitin may be subject to Academic misconduct investigations.
Additional Submission Information:
It is recommended that your name, student ID and page number are included in the header
or footer of every page of any assignment. You are also required to rename your assignment
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file before you submit via Turnitin as per below protocol:
SUBJECT CODE, SI, SURNAME, STUDENT ID, ASSESSMENT NUMBER, SESSION.
Example – ITC548SI PATEL 11554466 A1 201960.doc
Postal submission process
Under normal circumstances postal submissions will not be accepted for any of the
assessments required.
Hand delivered submission process
Under normal circumstances hand delivered submissions will not be accepted for any of the
assessments required.
Alternative submission process
See online submission above.
Extensions
It is best to complete assessment items by the due date. However, when something
unavoidable comes up an extension may be possible. The following principles are used when
processing extensions:
1. For in-session assessment items, an extension request for up to three (3) calendar days can
be made by emailing your subject coordinator directly before the due date. In your email
please state the reason why you need more time as well as what precisely you are requesting.
Supporting documentation is not required. If an extension is requested in the above format
with a valid reason and your request does not disadvantage other students, the extension will
be approved.
2. For in-session assessment items, extension requests of more than three (3) calendar days
must be made via the special consideration form: https://apps.csu.edu.au/specialcons/. The
request must be made before the due date and must include supporting documentation.
Acceptable reasons are given in the Special Consideration Policy<https://policy.csu.edu.au/
view.current.php?id=00298>. Each request will be considered on a case by case basis. The
request may not be granted. The maximum extension possible will be seven (7) calendar days.
3. If you receive an extension, then you should expect the assessment item and its feedback to
be returned later. If you submit later than the extended due date you will receive late penalties
as per guidelines below.
4. Unless your extension permits otherwise, submissions received 10 days after the original
due date will receive zero.
5. For end of session exams, you can request a supplementary exam via
https://apps.csu.edu.au/specialcons/. This request must be made within 3 working days of the
date of exam and must include supporting documentation. Acceptable reasons are given in
the Special Consideration Policy <https://policy.csu.edu.au/view.current.php?id=00298>. For
medical issues, a CSU medical certificate is required. If the supplementary exam (SX) is
awarded then your exam is moved to the next examination period. In order to preserve exam
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integrity and manage the logistics of exams, the timing of a supplementary exam
How to apply for special consideration
Academic regulations provide for special consideration to be given if you suffer misadventure
or extenuating circumstances during the session (including the examination period) which
prevents you from meeting acceptable standards or deadlines. Find the form on the Student
Portal Special Consideration, Misadventure, Advice and Appeals (http://student.csu.edu.au/
study/academic-advice) page.
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.
Feedback processes
Feedback for assessment items will be provided by subject lecturer/s.
Assessment return
You should normally expect your marked assessment to be returned to you within 15 working
days of the due date, if your assessment was submitted on time. If you submitted your
assessment on time but not received it back by the return date, you should make enquiries in
the first instance to the subject coordinator.
Student Feedback & Learning Analytics
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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/subjectexperience-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 student feedback
We always take feedback from students in previous cohorts of the subject and make
appropriate changes to the current version of subject.
In this subject however no changes were deemed necessary.
Learning analytics
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 & 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.
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
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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 & Regulations
This subject outline should be read in conjunction with all academic policies and regulations.
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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