Final Examination and Information Systems

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Australian School of Business
Information Systems, Technology and
Management

INFS1602
INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN BUSINESS

Course Outline
Semester 1, 2012

Table of Contents
PART A: COURSE-SPECIFIC INFORMATION



1  STAFF CONTACT DETAILS



2  COURSE DETAILS



2.1 Teaching Times and Locations
2.2 Units of Credit
2.3 Summary of Course
2.4 Course Aims and Relationship to Other Courses
2.5 Student Learning Outcomes







3  LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES



3.1 Approach to Learning and Teaching in the Course
3.2 Learning Activities and Teaching Strategies




4  ASSESSMENT



4.1 Formal Requirements
4.2 Assessment Details
4.3 Late Submission





5  COURSE RESOURCES



6  COURSE EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT



7  COURSE SCHEDULE

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PART B: KEY POLICIES, STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND SUPPORT



1  ACADEMIC HONESTY AND PLAGIARISM



2  STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND CONDUCT



2.1 Workload
2.2 Attendance
2.3 General Conduct and Behaviour
2.4 Occupational Health and Safety
2.5 Keeping Informed







3  SPECIAL CONSIDERATION AND SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATIONS



4  STUDENT RESOURCES AND SUPPORT



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PART A: COURSE-SPECIFIC INFORMATION
1 STAFF CONTACT DETAILS
Position
Lecturerin-charge
Lecturer
Tutor-incharge
Tutor

Name
Professor Patrick
Finnegan
Dr Daniel
Schlagwein
Dr Zixiu Guo

Email
Room
P.Finnegan@unsw.edu.au QUAD 2096

Z.Guo@unsw.edu.au

Quad 2108

Ms Jill Moore

msjilloore@gmail.com

Quad 2119

Schlagwein@unsw.edu.au Quad 2114

Phone
9385
4449
9385
6487
9385
7174
9385
5320

The best way to contact your lecturer or tutor is via email or during their consultation times. Please note that only your UNSW email account will be used for formal notices and correspondence regarding the course.

Staff consultation times are available on Blackboard. You should email or phone staff to make an appointment if you wish to see them outside of their consultation times.

2 COURSE DETAILS
2.1

Teaching Times and Locations

The lecture is held Weeks 1-12 on Tuesday from 13.00 to 13.00 in Ritchie Theatre (KG19-LG02). A repeat of the lecture is held on Tuesday from 16:00 to 17:00, in Central Lecture Block 6 (K-E19-103).

Please be in lectures and workshops no later than 5 minutes past the hour as late arrivals at classes are very disruptive.
Workshops are held each week from Week 2 to Week 13 and attendance at all workshops is compulsory. A list of workshop times and locations is available at http://www.timetable.unsw.edu.au/current/INFS1602.html. You must attend the workshop in which you are enrolled. If you wish to change workshops you must do so via the enrolment mechanism at http://my.unsw.edu.au.

Note: INFS1602 Workshops are streamed. Workshops 3335 (Friday 9-11), 3336 (Monday 2-4), 3341 (Wednesday 2-4) and 10748 (Thursday 5-7) are reserved for students enrolled in Information Systems, Computer Science/Engineering and Software Engineering degrees. See

http://www.timetable.unsw.edu.au/current/INFS1602.html#S1S for streaming details. Attendance at workshops is compulsory. You are expected to have attended 80% of all workshops to pass this course (10 out of 12 workshops). An attendance roll will be kept. If you are unable to attend your allocated workshop because of illness or misadventure then you should notify your tutor immediately (and give them a copy of your documentation e.g. doctor’s certificate).

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Computer Laboratories
A list of laboratory times and locations is provided on Blackboard. Laboratories are provided for you to take quizzes and undertake a range of self-study and interactive sessions associated with the course. learn the Web development software used for your Group Assignment. Lab sessions are self study i.e. a tutor will not...
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