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ICT103 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN T222
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Information contained within this Subject Outline applies to students enrolled in the trimester as indicated
1. General Information
1.1 Administrative Details
Associated HE Award(s) Duration Level Subject Coordinator
Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) 1
trimester

Level 1 Dr Sanjay Jha
[email protected]
P: +61 (2) 9283 3583
L: Level 1-2, 17 O’Connell St.
Consultation: via Moodle or by
appointment.

1.2 Core / Elective
Core subject for BIT
1.3 Subject Weighting
Indicated below is the weighting of this subject and the total course points.
Subject Credit Points Total Course Credit Points
4 Credit Points BIT (96 Credit Points)
1.4 Student Workload
Indicated below is the expected student workload per week for this subject
No. Timetabled Hours/Week* No. Personal Study
Hours/Week**

Total Workload
Hours/Week***

4 hours/week
(2 hour Lecture + 2 hour Tutorial)

6 hours/week 10 hours/week

* Total time spent per week at lectures and tutorials
** Total time students are expected to spend per week in studying and completing assignments.
*** That is, * + ** = workload hours.
1.5 Mode of Delivery Face-to-face unless otherwise notified (please check Moodle). Note – in T222, KOI is in
transition and most classes will be returning to face-to-face delivery. However, there are a range of issues
remaining because of COVID-19. For example, some students may have trouble travelling to Australia. Because of

this some classes may still be online. This affects whether the final exam for a subject will be open-book or closed-
book. After enrolment KOI will be able to make a determination and notification will be provided on Moodle before

Week 7.
1.6 Pre-requisites ICT100 Foundations of Information Systems.
1.7 General Study and Resource Requirements
o Dedicated computer laboratories are available for student use. Normally, tutorial classes are
conducted in the computer laboratories.
o Students are expected to attend classes with the requisite textbook and must read specific chapters

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prior to each tutorial. This will allow them to actively take part in discussions. Students should have
elementary skills in both word processing and electronic spreadsheet software, such as
Office 365 or MS Word and MS Excel.
o Computers and WIFI facilities are extensively available for student use throughout KOI. Students are
encouraged to make use of the campus Library for reference materials.
o Students will require access to the internet and email. Where students use their own computers, they
should have internet access. KOI will provide access to required software.
Resource requirements specific to this subject: Office 365, MS Imagine.
2 Academic Details
2.1 Overview of the Subject
Businesses and organisations use various types of information systems to support the many processes
needed to carry out their business functions. Each information system has a particular purpose or focus, and
each has a life of its own. This “life of its own” concept is called the systems development life cycle (SDLC),
and it includes the entire process of planning, building, deploying, using, updating, and maintaining an
information system. This subject provides a broad understanding of systems analysis and design (SAD), and
mainly deals with software development activities. It focuses on functional and non-functional requirements
gathering, planning and designing of software systems.
2.2 Graduate Attributes for Undergraduate Courses
Graduates of Bachelor courses from King’s Own Institute (KOI) will achieve the graduate attributes expected
under the Australian Qualifications Framework (2nd edition, January 2013). Graduates at this level will be
able to apply a broad and coherent body of knowledge from their major area of study in a range of contexts
for professional practice or scholarship and as a pathway for further learning.
King’s Own Institute’s generic graduate attributes for a bachelor’s level degree are summarised below:

KOI Bachelor Degree
Graduate Attributes Detailed Description
Knowledge Current, comprehensive, and coherent and connected knowledge
Critical Thinking Critical thinking and creative skills to analyse and synthesise

information and evaluate new problems

Communication

Communication skills for effective reading, writing, listening and
presenting in varied modes and contexts and for transferring
knowledge and skills to a variety of audiences

Information Literacy Information and technological skills for accessing, evaluating,

managing and using information professionally

Problem Solving Skills Skills to apply logical and creative thinking to solve problems and

evaluate solutions

Ethical and Cultural Sensitivity Appreciation of ethical principles, cultural sensitivity and social

responsibility, both personally and professionally

Teamwork Leadership and teamwork skills to collaborate, inspire colleagues

and manage responsibly with positive results

Professional Skills Professional skills to exercise judgement in planning, problem

solving and decision making

Across the course, these skills are developed progressively at three levels:
o Level 1 Foundation – Students learn the basic skills, theories and techniques of the subject and apply
them in basic, standalone contexts

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o Level 2 Intermediate – Students further develop the skills, theories and techniques of
the subject and apply them in more complex contexts, and begin to integrate this application with other
subjects.
o Level 3 Advanced – Students demonstrate an ability to plan, research and apply the skills, theories
and techniques of the subject in complex situations, integrating the subject content with a range of
other subject disciplines within the context of the course.
2.3 Subject Learning Outcomes
This is a Level 1 subject.
On successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:

Subject Learning Outcomes Contribution to Graduate
Attributes

a) Explain different phases of the systems development life
cycle
b) Analyse a business situation and specify the requirements
for a system solution
c) Describe and design user and systems interfaces
d) Select and apply modelling tools to model the stages of
systems analysis and design.
2.4 Subject Content and Structure
Below are details of the subject content and how it is structured, including specific topics covered in
lectures and tutorials. Reading refers to the text unless otherwise indicated.
Weekly Planner:
Week
(beginning)

Topic covered in each week’s
lecture Reading(s) Expected work as
listed in Moodle

1
04 Jul

From beginning to end: an
overview of systems analysis
and design

Chapter 1

2
11 Jul

Approaches to system
development

Chapter 10

Purpose of System analysis and
Design, SDLC. Answer review
questions in tutorials.
Formative not graded

3
18 Jul

Investigating system
requirements

Chapter 2

Answer review questions in tutorials
on different approaches to system
development. Agile development,
models, tools, and techniques
Graded.

4
25 Jul Modelling: use cases Chapter 3

Answer review questions in tutorials
on investigating and collecting
requirements. Functional and
nonfunctional requirements. UML
activity diagrams.
Graded.

5
01 Aug Domain modelling Chapter 4 Answer review questions in tutorials
and draw use cases, User stories,
techniques for identifying use cases.

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user goal technique, event
decomposition technique.Graded.

6
08 Aug Domain modelling Chapter 4

Answer review questions in tutorials.
Data entities, entity-relationship
diagram and domain classes. To
draw class diagrams for a given
scenario. Graded.
Assignment 2 due Summative
assessment worth 15%.

7
15 Aug Use Case modelling

Chapter 5

Answer review questions in tutorials.
Data entities, entity-relationship
diagram and domain classes. To
draw class diagrams for a given
scenario.

8
22 Aug

Foundation of system design.
Defining the system architecture

Chapters 6, 7

Answer review questions in tutorials
on Fully developed use case
descriptions, Activity diagrams,
CRUD technique, System sequence
diagrams Graded.

9
29 Aug

Designing user and systems
interfaces Chapter 8

Tutorial exercises on creating and
using functions considering effective
code writing practices, models used
as inputs/output in systems design,
major design activities, technology
and architectural concepts: Graded.

10
05 Sep

Object-oriented design:
fundamentals

Chapter 12

Answer review questions in tutorials
and work on designing user interface,
user experience, usability, storyboard
use in user-interface design, UX.
Graded.

11
12 Sep Making the system operational Chapter 14

Tutorial exercises on Principles of
Object-Oriented Design, Design
Classes and the Design Class
Diagram. Graded.
Assignment 3 due Summative
assessment worth 20%
Assignment 4 due Summative
assessment worth5%

12
19 Sep Revision

Answer review questions in tutorials
on making system operational,
Implementation and deployment
activities, software tests, data
conversion, system deployment.
Graded.
Assignment 4 due Summative
assessment worth5%
Revision

13
26 Sep Study review week
14
04 Oct

Examination
Continuing students – enrolments for T322 open

Please see exam timetable for exam
date, time and location

15
10 Oct

Student Vacation begins
New students – enrolments for T322 open
16
17 Oct

Results Released 21 Oct 2022
Certification of Grades 28 Oct 2022

T322 31 Oct 2022
1
31 Oct

Week 1 of classes for T322
Wed 26 Oct – Review of Grade Day for T222 – see Sections 2.6 and 3.2 below for more
information.

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2.5 Public Holiday Amendments
Please note: KOI is closed on all scheduled NSW Public Holidays.
There are no public holidays during the teaching weeks of this trimester.
2.6 Review of Grade, Deferred Exams & Supplementary Exams/Assessments
Review of Grade:
There may be instances when you believe that your final grade in a subject does not accurately reflect your
performance against the marking criteria. Section 8 of the Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy
(www.koi.edu.au) describes the grounds on which you may apply for a Review of Grade.
If you have a concern about your marks and you are unable to resolve it with the Academic staff concerned,
then you can apply for a formal Review of Grade as explained in section 3.2(e) Appeals Process below.
Please note the time limits for requesting a review. Please ensure you read the Review of Grade information
before submitting an application.
Review of Grade Day:
Final exam scripts will not normally be returned to students. Students can obtain feedback on their exam
performance and their results for the whole subject at the Review of Grade Day. KOI will hold the Review of
Grade Day for all subjects studied in T222 on WED 26 OCT
Only final exams and whole subject results will be discussed as all other assessments should have been
reviewed during the trimester. Further information about Review of Grade Day will be available through
Moodle.
If you fail one or more subjects and you wish to consider applying for a Review of Grade you are STRONGLY
ADVISED to attend the Review of Grade Day. You will have the chance to discuss your final exam and
subject result with your lecturer, and will be advised if you have valid reasons for applying for a Review of
Grade (see Section 3.2 below and the Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy).
A formal request for a review of grade may not be considered unless you first contact the subject coordinator
to discuss the result.
Deferred Exams:
If you wish to apply for a deferred exam because you are unable to attend the scheduled exam, you should
submit the Assignment Extension / Exam Deferment Form available by clicking the following link
Assignment Extension / Exam Deferment Form as soon as possible, but no later than three (3) working
days of the assessment due date.
If you miss your mid-trimester or final exam there is no guarantee you will be offered a deferred exam.
You must apply within the stated timeframe and satisfy the conditions for approval to be offered a deferred
exam (see Section 8.1 of the Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy and the Application for
Assignment Extension or Deferred Exam Forms). In assessing your request for a deferred exam, KOI will
take into account the information you provide, the severity of the event or circumstance, your performance
on other items of assessment in the subject, class attendance and your history of previous applications for
special consideration.
Deferred mid-trimester exams will be held before the end of week 9. Deferred final exams will be held on
two days during week 1 or 2 in the next trimester. You will not normally be granted a deferred exam on the
grounds that you mistook the time, date or place of an examination, or that you have made arrangements
to be elsewhere at that time; for example, have booked plane tickets.
If you are offered a deferred exam, but do not attend you will be awarded 0 marks for the exam. This may
mean it becomes difficult for you to pass the subject. If you apply for a deferred exam within the required
time frame and satisfy the conditions you will be advised by email (to your KOI student email address) of

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o Lectures (2 hours/week) are conducted in seminar style and address the subject content, provide
motivation and context and draw on the students’ experience and preparatory reading.
o Tutorials (2 hours/week) include class discussion of case studies and research papers, practice sets
and problem-solving and syndicate work on group projects. Tutorials often include group exercises and
so contribute to the development of teamwork skills and cultural understanding. Tutorial participation is
an essential component of the subject and contributes to the development of many of the graduate
attributes (see section 2.2 above). Tutorial participation contributes towards the assessment in many
subjects (see details in Section 3.1 for this subject). Supplementary tutorial material such as case
studies, recommended readings, review questions etc. will be made available each week in Moodle.
o Online teaching resources include class materials, readings, model answers to assignments and
exercises and discussion boards. All online materials for this subject as provided by KOI will be found
in the Moodle page for this subject. Students should access Moodle regularly as material may be
updated at any time during the trimester
o Other contact – academic staff may also contact students either via Moodle messaging, or via email to
the email address provided to KOI on enrolment.
the time and date for the deferred exam. Please ensure that you are available to take the exam at this time.
Marks awarded for the deferred exam will be the marks awarded for that item of assessment towards your
final mark in the subject.
Supplementary Assessments (Exams and Assessments):
A supplementary assessment may be offered to students to provide a final opportunity to demonstrate
successful achievement of the learning outcomes of a subject. Supplementary assessments are only offered
at the discretion of the Board of Examiners. In considering whether or not to offer a supplementary
assessment, KOI will take into account your performance on all the major assessment items in the subject,
your attendance, participation and your history of any previous special considerations.
If you are offered a supplementary assessment, you will be advised by email to your KOI student email
address of the time and due date for the supplementary assessment – supplementary exams will normally
be held at the same time as deferred final exams during week 1 or week 2 of the next trimester.
You must pass the supplementary assessment to pass the subject. The maximum grade you can achieve in
a subject based on a supplementary assessment is a PASS grade.
If you:
o are offered a supplementary assessment, but fail it;
o are offered a supplementary exam, but do not attend; or
o are offered a supplementary assessment but do not submit by the due date;
you will receive a FAIL grade for the subject.
Students are also eligible for a supplementary assessment for their final subject in a course where they fail
the subject but have successfully completed all other subjects in the course. You must have completed all
major assessment tasks for the subject and obtained a passing mark on at least one of the major assessment
tasks to be eligible for a supplementary assessment.
If you believe you meet the criteria for a supplementary assessment for the final subject in your course, but
have not received an offer, complete the Complaint, Grievance, Appeal Form and send your form to
[email protected] The deadline for applying for supplementary assessment is the Friday of the first
week of classes in the next trimester.
2.7 Teaching Methods/Strategies
Briefly described below are the teaching methods/strategies used in this subject:

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Assessment is designed to encourage effective student learning and enable students to develop and
demonstrate the skills and knowledge identified in the subject learning outcomes. Assessment tasks during
the first half of the study period are usually intended to maximise the developmental function of assessment
(formative assessment). These assessment tasks include weekly tutorial exercises (as indicated in the
weekly planner) and low stakes graded assessment (as shown in the graded assessment table). The major
assessment tasks where students demonstrate their knowledge and skills (summative assessment)
generally occur later in the study period. These are the major graded assessment items shown in the
graded assessment table.
Final grades are awarded by the Board of Examiners in accordance with KOI’s Assessment and
Assessment Appeals Policy. The definitions and guidelines for the awarding of final grades within the BIT
degree are:
o HD High distinction (85-100%) an outstanding level of achievement in relation to the assessment
process.
o DI Distinction (75-84%) a high level of achievement in relation to the assessment process.
o CR Credit (65-74%) a better than satisfactory level of achievement in relation to the assessment
process.
o P Pass (50-64%) a satisfactory level of achievement in relation to the assessment process.
o F Fail (0-49%) an unsatisfactory level of achievement in relation to the assessment process.
o FW This grade will be assigned when a student did not submit any of the compulsory assessment
items.
2.8 Student Assessment

Provided below is a schedule of formal assessment tasks and major examinations for the
subject.

Assessment Type When assessed Weighting Learning Outcomes
Assessed
Assessment 1: Weekly Tutorial Weeks 3 – 12 10% a, b, c, d
Assessment 2 Weekly Quiz Week 6 15% a, b
Assessment 3 Case Study Assignment Week 11 20% a, b, c, d
Assessment 4: Case Study – Individual
Presentation

Weeks 11 – 12 5% a, b, c, d

Assessment 5: Final examination
On-campus:
2 hours + 10 mins reading time
Online:
2 hours + 30 mins technology allowance

Final exam period

50%

a, b, c, d

Requirements to Pass the Subject:
To gain a pass or better in this subject, students must gain a minimum of 50% of the total available subject
marks.

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2.9 Prescribed and Recommended Readings
Provided below, in formal reference format, is a list of the prescribed and recommended readings.
Prescribed Texts:
Satzinger, J., Jackson, R., and Burd, S., 2016, Systems Analysis and Design an a Changing
World, 8th ed., Cengage Learning.
Recommended Readings:
Weisfeld, M., 2019. The Object-Oriented Thought Process. 5th ed. Addison-Wesley Professional.
Wixom, B.H., Dennis, A. & Roth, Roberta M., 2019. Systems analysis and design, 7th edn, Wiley,
Hoboken, N.J.
Recommended Journals:
Matyokurehwa, K. and Makoni, K., 2019. Students’ Perceptions in Software Modelling Using UML in
Undergraduate Software Engineering Projects. International Journal of Information and Communication
Technology Education, 15(4), pp.12-24.
Sandkuhl, K & Seigerroth, U 2019, ‘Method engineering in information systems analysis and design: a
balanced scorecard approach for method improvement’, Software & Systems Modeling, vol. 18, no. 3,
pp. 1833–1857, viewed 25 February 2021,
<https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=iih&AN=136649088&site=ehost-live>.
Recommended References:
o ACM Transactions on Computer Systems
o ACM Transactions On Database Systems
o Journal of Computing Systems Analysis and Design
o Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology
o
o Conference / Journal Articles:
o
o Students are encouraged to read peer reviewed journal articles and conference papers. Google Scholar
provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many
disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers,
professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.
3. Assessment Details
3.1 Details of Each Assessment Item
The assessments for this subject are described below. The description includes the type of assessment, its
purpose, weighting, due date and submission requirements, the topic of the assessment, details of the task
and detailed marking criteria, including a marking rubric for essays, reports and presentations.
Supplementary assessment information and assistance can be found in Moodle.
KOI expects students to submit their own original work in both assignments and exams, or the original
work of their group in the case of group assignments.
Marking guides for assessments follow the assessment descriptions. Students should compare final drafts
of their assessment against the marking guide before submission.
Assessment 1

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Assessment type: Individual tutorial submission
Assessment purpose: To answer weekly tutorial exercises on the topics covered in the lecture to assess
students understanding of the covered material. This assessment contributes to learning outcomes a, b, c,
d.
Value: 10% Due Date: Weeks 3 – 12
Assessment topic: Individual tutorial submission
Task details: Answer Weekly exercises during tutorials and submit on Moodle
Submission requirements details: Submit in Moodle by Sunday every week,11.59 pm
Assessment 2
Assessment type: Multiple Choice Quiz – Individual Assignment Invigilated open book
Assessment purpose: This assessment will allow students to demonstrate their understanding of the basic
concepts on system analysis and Design and requirement gathering. This assessment contributes to
learning outcome a and b.
Value: 15% Due Date: Weeks 6
Submission requirements details: This quiz will be done on Moodle.
Assessment topic: SDLC Phases and requirement gathering
Task details: The quiz will consist of a series of multiple-choice questions relating to subject content taught
in weeks 1-5 inclusive
Length: Students will have 30 minutes to complete answering 15 multiple choice questions. Each question
will be worth one mark.
Marking Rubric Assignment 2: (15%)
Criteria Fail Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
Number of correct
answers

7 8 10 11 13

Total mark: /15
15%

COMMENTS:

Assessment 3
Assessment type: Case Study Assignment – Individual Assessment (2000 words)
Purpose: This assessment is a report on System analysis and modelling. The report is designed to assess
your practical understanding of system analysis and design within a system project. Having analysed the
project case study, you are assumed to have a clear insight into the scope of the system analysis within a
system development project. Students are required to analyse system requirements and draw diagrams
such as Activity diagram, Use case, Domain model, System Sequence modeling diagram and user
interfaces for the given case study. The assessment aims to develop your understanding of relevant skills
and issues in various aspects of system analysis and design. This assessment contributes to the learning
outcomes a, b, c and d.
Value: 20% Due Date: Week 11

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Assessment topic: Analysing and Modelling System requirements
Submission requirements details: Submit in Moodle through Turnitin by Sunday of Week 11, 11.59pm.
Task Details: Case Study
Case Study: Courier ASAP
Courier ASAP (CASAP) is a new courier company whose aim is to provide fast delivery with a secure
alternative compared to other available services. To meet its goal, CASAP is looking forward to an automated
system with an efficient and effective interface that can help the company do an online booking system for
customers to access the application from computers and mobile devices for necessary booking and monitoring.
This system will allow the customer to log in with their account for required booking and services, including
selecting pick-up and drop off based on their choice.
Through this system, courier agents should be able to allocate the job delivery agent for fast processing. In
addition, customers will be informed about the overall calculated cost and the approximate delivery date and
time.
This system must have the following features for a variety of users.
1. Customer Management operations (Creating, deleting, updating, searching for the customer)
2. Shipment Management operations (Checking for available delivery agents, Tracking detailed
information of shipment deliveries)
3. Payment processing functions (Processing customer payments, Issuing online receipts)
4. Login Management functions (Creating or removing system users)
5. Report Generation functions (Generating reports on shipments, delivery agent’s details, customers etc.
You can also assume any possible functions necessary to function in this business case.
You may also add other possible functions and make necessary assumptions.
All assumptions need to be documented.
The report must contain at least the following sections
1. Introduction: Introduce the important aspects of the case study. (2 marks)
2. Methodologies: Briefly describe the System development Life Cycle (SDLC) and discuss different
approaches to SDLC. You are then required to choose one model that you find suitable for the system
given in the case study and justify your choice. (2 marks)
3. Information gathering techniques: Choose a suitable information gathering technique to gather specific
requirements and design at least 4 questions that can be asked from relevant stakeholders to capture
the system requirements. Also list all functional and non-functional requirements gathered from
different stakeholders and discussed in the case study (2 marks)
4. Use Case Diagram: Provide the name and complete description of a use case for the proposed system
and draw a use case diagram. (2 marks)
5. Activity Diagram: Provide an activity diagram for the use case identified above. (2 marks)
6. Sequence Diagram: Provide a sequence diagram related to the case study. (2 marks)
7. Domain Model Class Diagram: Provide the domain model class diagram for the proposed system. (2
marks)
8. User Interface: Provide a final user interface design using dialog and screen prototypes for any of the
use cases listed above. (2 marks)
9. Conclusion: Write a brief conclusion by clearly defining and describing the findings in your own words
related to the given case study (2 marks)
10. Structure and Formatting Guidelines (2 marks)

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a. Add a title/cover page of your choice at the beginning of the report. It should include the
name of the assessment, subject name, student’s name, and student ID.
b. Insert a table of content next to the title page.
c. Insert the page number within the footer of every page in your report.
d. Provide appropriate referencing (Harvard-Style) for all academic resources used
e. Submit your file using the format: YourNameID_ICT103Exam.docx
Marking Rubric Assignment 3: (20%)
Criteria Fail
(0 – 49%)

Pass
(50 – 64%)

Credit
(65 – 74%)

Distinction
(75 – 84%)

High Distinction
(85 – 100%)

Introduction
2 mark

No introduction given
or most of the
introduction is
irrelevant

Introduction of the
business case is
provided with some
details and limited
cohesion

Introduction of the
business case is
provided with most of
the required details in
a cohesive manner

Introduction of the
business case is
provided with all of
the required details in
a comprehensive and
cohesive manner

Introduction of the
business case is
provided with all details
presented systematically
in a comprehensive and
cohesive manner

Methodologies and
Chosen methodology
2 marks

Methodologies are not
given or most of the
discussion is
irrelevant. No
methodology chosen
or completely
irrelevant choice
given, no support for
the position taken in
the justification, or a
wrong argument is
given

Methodologies are
provided with some
details and limited
cohesion. A
methodology is
chosen but not the
most effective,
biased/irrelevant
support for the
position taken in the
justification

Methodologies are
provided with most of
the required details in
a cohesive manner.
Effective
methodology is
chosen with limited
details and ambiguous
relevance, basic level
of support for the
position taken in the
justification

Methodologies are
provided with all of
the required details in
a comprehensive and
cohesive manner.
Effective and relevant
methodology is
chosen with nearly all
required details, good
level of support for
the position taken in
the justification

Methodologies are
provided with all details
presented systematically
in a comprehensive and
cohesive manner.
Effective and relevant
methodology is chosen
with complete required
details, exceptional level
of support for the
position taken in the
justification

Requirement gathering
2 marks

No or mostly
irrelevant
requirements
gathering techniques
are identified No or
mostly irrelevant
requirements are
identified

Requirements
gathering techniques
are provided with
some details and
limited cohesion
Some of the
requirements are
identified

Requirements
gathering techniques
are provided with
most of the required
details in a cohesive
manner Most of the
requirements are
identified

Requirements
gathering techniques
are provided with all
of the required details
in a comprehensive
and cohesive manner.
Nearly all of the
requirements are
identified

Requirements gathering
techniques are provided
with all details
presented systematically
in a comprehensive and
cohesive manner. All of
the requirements are
identified

Use Cases
2 marks

No use cases and
description provided,
or diagrams are
irrelevant

Some required use
cases and description
are provided, and
diagram are provided
but details are
incomplete

Most required use
cases and description
are provided, and
diagram are provided,
and limited details are
given

Nearly all required
use cases and
description are
provided, and
diagram are provided,
and all details are
given

All required use cases
and description are
provided, and all details
are provided correctly

Activity diagram
2 marks

Does not provide any
activity diagram

Some of the required
functionality is
provided in the
activity diagram

Most of the required
functionality is
provided in the
activity diagram

Nearly all of the
required functionality
is provided in the
activity diagram

Activity diagram is
provided, and the
diagram is complete and
correct

Sequence Diagram
2 marks

No or irrelevant
diagram is provided

Entity relationship
diagram is provided
with few required
details

Entity relationship
diagram is provided
with some required
details

Entity relationship
diagram is provided
with nearly all
required details and
correct symbols

Entity relationship
diagram is provided
with all required details
and correct symbols

Domain model class
diagram
2 marks

No or irrelevant
diagram is provided

Domain diagram is
provided with few
required details

Domain diagram is
provided with some
required details

Domain diagram is
provided with nearly
all required details

Domain diagram is
provided with all
required details

User interface, Dialogs
and screen prototypes
2 marks

No or irrelevant UI is
provided

UI is provided with
some details of the
methods

UI is provided with
most details of the
methods

UI is provided with
nearly all details of
the methods

UI is provided with all
details of the methods

Conclusion

2 marks

No conclusion or lack
of cohesion with the
discussion, no or
limited
recommendations
provided

Conclusion does not
link back
systematically to most
sections, some basic
recommendations
provided

Conclusion links back
to some sections of
the report, some
detailed
recommendations
provided

Conclusion links back
to all sections of the
report, detailed
recommendations
provided

Conclusion
demonstrates a deep
understanding of the
proposed solution and
relates back to all
sections of the report,
detailed
recommendations
provided

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Structure and format
2 marks

Very difficult to read,
unclear structure, and
most of the required
sections are missing

Some difficulty in
reading, not very
clear, but important
sections are included

Clear and readable,
and all required
sections are included

Well written and very
clear, and all required
sections with
completed discussion
are included

Well written and very
clear, all required
sections with completed
discussion are included,
and additional sections
have been added for
clarity

Out of 20
Assessment 4
Assessment type: Case Study – Individual presentation
Assessment purpose: To assess students’ understanding of theoretical concepts from both
assessment 2 and 3. This assessment contributes to learning outcomes a, b, c and d.
Value: 5% Due Date: Weeks 11 – 12
Assessment topic: Presentation of the assignment work on the case study
Task details: Prepare and present your findings from the prior assignments which included models for
analysis and design phases. Prepare 5-7 slides summarizing your findings with introduction, your approach
to the case study, explanation of your models and any assumptions that you made.
Submission requirements details: Submit in Moodle by Sunday of Week 10, 11.59pm
Presentation will be in the tutorial class during Week 11- Week 12.
Marking Rubric Assessment 4: (5%),
Criteria Fail
(0 – 49%)

Pass
(50 – 64%)

Credit
(65 – 74%)

Distinction
(75 – 84%)

High Distinction
(85 – 100%)

Visual Appeal
1 Mark

There are many
errors in spelling,
grammar and
punctuation. The
slides were difficult
to read, not proper
color and font used,
too much
information been
copied.
No visual appeal.

There are many
errors in spelling,
grammar and
punctuation. Too
much information
was contained on
many slides.
Minimal effort made
to make slides, too
much going on.

There are some
errors in spelling,
grammar and
punctuation. Too
much information
on two or more
slides.
Significant visual
appeal.

There are no errors
in spelling, grammar
and punctuation.
Information is clear
and concise on each
slide.
Visually appealing
and engaging.

Professional
looking
presentation There
are no errors in
spelling, grammar
and punctuation.
Information is clear
and concise on
each slide. Visually
appealing and very
engaging.

Content

2 marks

The presentation
provides a brief
look at the topic,
but many
questions are left
unanswered,
majority of
information is
irrelevant and
significant points
left out

The presentation
Is informative, but
several elements
are unanswered,
much of the
information
irrelevant,
coverage of some
of major points

The presentation is
a good summary
of the topic, most
important
information
covered, little
irrelevant
information

The presentation is
a concise summary
of the topic with all
questions
answered,
comprehensive
and complete
coverage of
information

Exceptionally good
summary of the topic
and provides
extensive supportive
elements to aid the
ease of
understanding of the
audience

Presentation
Skills

2 marks

Minimal eye
contact focusing
on small part of
audience, the
audience is not
engaged, spoke
too quickly or
quietly making it
difficult to
understand, poor
body language

Focuses on only part
of the audience,
sporadic eye contact
and the audience is
distracted, speaker
could be heard by
only half of the
audience, body
language is
distracting

Speaks to
majority of the
audience, steady
eye contact, the
audience is
engaged by the
presentation,
speaks at a
suitable volume,
minor problems
with body
language eg.
fidgeting

Regular/constant
eye contact, the
audience is
engaged, and
presenter held the
audience’s attention,
appropriate
speaking volume
and good body
language

Exceptionally good
presentation skills,
excellent audience
engagement

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Assessment 5
Assessment type: Final Exam individual assessment – invigilated exam.
Duration: On-campus: 2 hours + 10 mins reading time. Online: 2 hours + 30 mins technology allowance
Purpose: The purpose of the final examination is to test your understanding of Systems Analysis and
Design. This assessment contributes specifically to learning outcomes a, b, c and d.
Value: 50%
Due Date: The final exam will be held in the official KOI exam period in Week 14 of the
trimester. The specific date and time will be posted towards the end of the trimester.
Topic: The examination may cover content from any part of the entire subject.
Task Details: Students will be expected to answer written response questions derived from topics covered
in the lectures and tutorials during the trimester.
3.2 General information about assessment
a) Late Penalties and Extensions
An important part of business life and key to achieving KOI’s graduate outcome of Professional Skills is the
ability to manage workloads and meet deadlines. Completing assessment tasks on time is a good way to
master these habits.
Students who miss mid-trimester tests and final exams without a valid and accepted reason may not be
granted a deferred exam and will be awarded 0 marks for the assessment item. Assessment items which
are missed or submitted after the due date/time will attract a penalty unless there is a compelling reason
(see below). These penalties are designed to encourage students to develop good time management
practices, and to create equity for all students.
Any penalties applied will only be up to the maximum marks available for the specific piece of assessment
attracting the penalty.
Late penalties, granting of extensions and deferred exams are based on the following:
In Class Tests and Quizzes (excluding Mid-Trimester Tests)
o Generally, extensions are not permitted. A make-up test may only be permitted under very special
circumstances where acceptable supporting evidence of illness, hardship or unavoidableproblems
preventing completion of the assessment is provided (see section (b) below). The procedures and
timing to apply for a make-up test (only if available) are as shown in the section Applying for an
Extension (see below).
o Missing a class test will result in 0 marks for that assessment item unless the above applies.
Written Assessments and Video Assessments
o There is a late penalty of 5% of the total available marks per calendar day unless an extension is
approved (see Applying for an Extension section below).
Presentations
o Generally, extensions are not permitted. Missing a presentation will result in 0 marks for that
assessment item. The rules for make-up presentations are the same as for missing in-class tests
(described above).
For group presentations, if serious circumstances prevent some members of the group from
participating, the members of the group who are present should make their contributions as agreed. If

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a make-up presentation is approved, the other members of the group will be able to make their
individual presentation later and will be marked according to the marking rubric. A video presentation
may be used to facilitate the process.
Mid-Trimester Tests and Final Exams
If students are unable to attend mid-trimester tests or final exams due to illness, hardship or some other
unavoidable problem (acceptable to KOI), they must:
o Complete the Assignment Extension / Exam Deferment Form available by clicking the
following link Assignment Extension / Exam Deferment Form as soon as possible, but no later than
three (3) working days after the exam date.
o Provide acceptable documentary evidence (see section (b) below).
o Agree to attend the deferred exam as set by KOI if a deferred exam is approved.
Deferred exam
o There will only be one deferred exam offered.
o Marks obtained for the deferred exam will be the marks awarded for that assessment item.
o If you miss the deferred exam you will be awarded 0 marks for the assessment item. This may mean
you are unable to pass the subject.
b) Applying for an Extension
If students are unable to submit or attend an assessment when due, they must
o Complete the Assignment Extension / Exam Deferment Form available by clicking the following link
Assignment Extension / Exam Deferment Form as soon as possible, but no later than three (3) working
days of the assessment due date.
o Provide acceptable documentary evidence in the form of a medical certificate, police report or some
other appropriate evidence of illness or hardship, or a technician’s report on problems with computer or
communications technology, or a signed and witnessed statutory declaration explaining the
circumstances.
o Students and lecturers / tutors will be advised of the outcome of the extension request as soon as
practicable.
Please remember there is no guarantee of an extension being granted, and poor organisation is not a
satisfactory reason to be granted an extension.
c) Referencing and Plagiarism
Please remember that all sources used in assessment tasks must be suitably referenced.
Failure to acknowledge sources is plagiarism, and as such is a very serious academic issue. Students
plagiarising run the risk of severe penalties ranging from a reduction in marks through to 0 marks for a first
offence for a single assessment task, to exclusion from KOI in the most serious repeat cases. Exclusion
has serious visa implications. The easiest way to avoid plagiarising is to reference all sources.
Harvard referencing is the required method – in-text referencing using Author’s Surname (family name)
and year of publication. A Referencing Guide, “Harvard Referencing”, and a Referencing Tutorial can be
found on the right-hand menu strip in Moodle on all subject pages.
An effective way to reference correctly is to use Microsoft Word’s referencing function (please note that
other versions and programs are likely to be different). To use the referencing function, click on the
References Tab in the menu ribbon – students should choose Harvard.
Authorship is also an issue under plagiarism – KOI expects students to submit their own original work in
both assessment and exams, or the original work of their group in the case of a group project. All students
agree to a statement of authorship when submitting assessments online via Moodle, stating that the work
submitted is their own original work.
The following are examples of academic misconduct and can attract severe penalties:

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o Handing in work created by someone else (without acknowledgement), whether copied from another
student, written by someone else, or from any published or electronic source, is fraud, and fallsunder
the general Plagiarism guidelines.
o Copying / cheating in tests and exams is academic misconduct. Such incidents will be treated just as
seriously as other forms of plagiarism.
o Students who willingly allow another student to copy their work in any assessment may be considered
to assisting in copying/cheating, and similar penalties may be applied.
Where a subject coordinator considers that a student might have engaged in academic misconduct, KOI
may require the student to undertake an additional oral exam as a part of the assessment for the subject,
as a way of testing the student’s understanding of their work.
Further information can be found on the KOI website.
d) Reasonable Adjustment
The Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Act (1992) makes it unlawful to treat people with a disability
less fairly than people without a disability. In the context of this subject, the principle of Reasonable
Adjustment is applied to ensure that participants with a disability have equitable access to all aspects of the
learning for the subject. For assessment, this means that barriers to their demonstrating competence are
removed wherever it is reasonably practical to do so.
Examples of reasonable adjustment in assessment may include:
o provision of an oral assessment, rather than a written assessment
o provision of extra time
o use of adaptive technology.
The focus of the adjusted assessment should be on enabling the student to demonstrate achievement of
the learning outcomes for the subject, rather than on the method of assessment.
e) Appeals Process
Full details of the KOI Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy may be obtained in hard copy from the
Library, and on the KOI website www.koi.edu.au under Policies and Forms.
Assessments and Mid-Trimester Exams:
Where students are not satisfied with the results of an assessment, including mid-trimester exams, they
have the right to appeal. The process is as follows:
o Discuss the assessment with their tutor or lecturer – students should identify where they feel more
marks should have been awarded – students should provide valid reasons based on the marking guide
provided for the assessment. Reasons such as “I worked really hard” are not considered valid.
o If still not satisfied, students should complete an Application for Review of Assessment Marks form,
clearly explaining the reasons for seeking a review. This form is available from the KOI website under
Policies and Forms and is also available at KOI Reception (Kent St, Market St and O’Connell St). The
completed Application for Review of Assessment Marks form should be submitted as explained on the
form with supporting evidence attached to [email protected] .
o The form must be submitted within ten (10) working days of the return of the marked assessment, or
within five (5) working days after the return of the assessment if the assessment is returned after the
end of the trimester.
Review of Grade – whole of subject and final exams:
Where students are not satisfied with the results of the whole subject or with their final exam results, they
have the right to request a Review of Grade – see the Assessment and Assessment Appeals Policy for
more information.
An Application for Review of Grade/Assessment Form (available from the KOI Website under Policies and

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