BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS

BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS

&

MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS

Final Assessment/Final Exams Semester 2021-1

Schedule and Instructions

CONTENTS

Higher Education – Final Assessment Schedule & Instructions                                                                                                                                        

BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS

&

MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS

Final Assessment/Final Exams Schedule and Instructions Semester 2021-1

1         SCHEDULE

KEY DATES:

Final Assessment Dates:                                07-June-2021 to 20-June-2021

Publication of Result:                                      04-July-2021

Supplementary Assessment:                         07-July-2021 to 10-July-2021. Detail timetable will be circulated in due course (for special consideration students who missed June main assessment)

VENUE: (If you are undertaking final assessments from VIT Campus)

MELBOURNE:                                   235 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000

SYDNEY:                                            333 Kent St, Sydney, NSW 2000

Please note: Students who have fee dues:

  • May not be allowed to sit for the final assessment.
  • Will not be able to sit for the supplementary assessments, if qualify.

Final Assessment Timetable – BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS

  Date (Day)  Time  Unit  Duration  Marks (weight)  Exam Type
      07/06/2021 Monday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITSU2006-Project Management  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITAP3009-Software Analysis Design and Architecture  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  4:30PM-6:30PM  ITNE3008-Advanced Switching  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
      08/06/2021 Tuesday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITSA1001-Server Administration Fundamentals  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITAP3011-Developing Windows Applications  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  4:30PM-6:30PM  ITNE3013- Advanced Network and Infrastructure Security  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    09/06/2021 Wednesday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITAP3012-Developing Web Applications  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITNE2003-Install, Configure, Operate, And Troubleshoot Medium-Size Networks  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
      10/06/2021 Thursday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITNE1001-Network Architecture  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITAP3006-Advanced Java Programming  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  4:30PM-6:30PM  ITNE3007-Advanced Routing  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
          11/06/2021 Friday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITSU1001-Introduction to Computer Systems and Networking  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITAP2013-Software Engineering  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  4:30PM-6:30PM  ITSU2004-Systems Analysis & Design  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  4:30PM-6:30PM  ITNE3006-Design Network Infrastructure  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
Date (Day)  Time  Unit  Duration  Marks (weight)  Exam Type
    12/06/2021 Saturday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITAP1004-Website Development  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITSU3007-Manage IT Projects  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
      15/06/2021 Tuesday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITDA1001-Database Fundamentals  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITAP2008-Software Testing  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  4:30PM-6:30PM  ITSA2006-Server Virtualization  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    16/06/2021 Wednesday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITAP1001- Software Development Fundamentals  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  4:30PM-6:30PM  ITNE3004-Wireless Communication and Networks  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    17/06/2021 Thursday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITNE2002-Network & Information Security  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITAP2005-Java Programming Fundamentals  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    18/06/2021 Friday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITSA2005-Planning and Implementing Server  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITAP3010-Developing Data Access Solutions  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    19/06/2021 Saturday  10:30AM-12:30PM  ITSA2003-Network Operating System And Configuration  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  1:30PM-3:30PM  ITAP2002- Introduction to Windows Application Development  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online

Final Assessment Timetable – MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS

  Date (Day)    Time    Unit    Duration  Marks (weight)    Exam Type
    07/06/2021 Monday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS5002-Software Engineering Methodology  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  2:00PM-4:00PM  MITS5507-Business Process Modelling and Management  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
      08/06/2021 Tuesday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS5001-IT Project Management  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  2:00PM-4:00PM  MITS6004-Enterprise Resources Planning  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    09/06/2021 Wednesday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS5004-IT Security  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  2:00PM-4:00PM  MITS6001-Cloud Computing  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    10/06/2021 Thursday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS5509-Intelligent Systems for Analytics  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  2:00PM-4:00PM  MITS4001-Business Information Systems  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    11/06/2021 Friday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS5501-Software Quality, Change Management and Testing  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  2:00PM-4:00PM  MITS4002-Object Oriented Software Development  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
    12/06/2021 Saturday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS5505-Knowledge Management  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  2:00PM-4:00PM  MITS4003-Database System  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  Date (Day)  Time  Unit  Duration  Marks (weight)  Exam Type
    15/06/2021 Tuesday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS5003-Wireless Networks and Communication  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  2:00PM-4:00PM  MITS4004-IT Networking and Communication  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  16/06/2021 Wednesday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS5502-Developing Enterprise Systems  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  17/06/2021 Thursday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS6002-Business Analytics  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online
  18/06/2021 Friday  11:00AM-1:00PM  MITS6005-Big Data  Writing: 2 hrs  50%  Online

2         FINAL ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES AND RULES

2.1         Introduction

After taking into account student feedback with respect to their hardware and software difficulties, and some concerns of students of safety to travel on public transport, VIT has evolved with the higher education sector in ensuring that no student is disadvantaged during this period of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In June 2021, the final examination will be an online time limited e-assessment:

  1. The final assessment for each unit will open and close at prescribed times as per the timetable.
    1. Students will have 2-hours to complete the final assessment in each unit.
    1. The 2 hours will include
      1. Part A: MCQs where you will have a maximum of 30 minutes to complete. If you complete your MCQ early you may proceed to Part B;
      1. On completion of Part A proceed to Part B: Descriptive / Case Study based questions;
      1. Reading time is included in the total time allocated (i.e. 2hours); and,
    1. The final assessment (Part A: MCQs and Part B: Descriptive / Case Study based) has been set on the LMS for a prescribed time. Submission for the final assessment for each unit will close at set times.
      1. For example, if your assessment opens at 10am as per the scheduled examination timetable, all submissions will close at 12pm. Submissions ONLY up to 10 mins past the allocated time will be accepted.
      1. If and only if you suspect technical issues to submit your assessment though LMS, email your final assessment to HEFA211@vit.edu.au but it must be time stamped on your email before the due time, in this example by no later than 12.10pm.

In the Email you must state the assessment name in Email Subject line, the Unit Code: xxxx, SID: xxxx and Lecturer Name. Email submissions is via your VIT emails.

  • No extra time will be given to any student to complete the final assessment. Students who access the LMS late will have to complete and submit the assessment by the end of the scheduled time.
    • All polices relating academic integrity and academic conduct (eg cheating, plagiarism) will be enforced as per normal practice for all assessment pieces.
    • Assessments may be screened by Turnitin.

Note – Project/research-based units may have oral examinations and/or presentations in place of these final assessments. Please check with your lecturer.

2.2         Eligibility to write the Final e-Assessment

In order to be permitted to write the final assessment, the student should have been enrolled in the unit and should have completed the prescribed coursework in the semester that he/she is writing the final assessment. This may include completion tutorials, practical, assignment submissions and other elements that may be specified for the unit.

In addition, students should ensure that they have paid all fee dues for the semester prior to the final assessment scheduled. Students who have fee dues would not be permitted to write the final assessment and may consequently receive a fail grade. If you have fee dues and have financial difficulties, you are expected to contact the finance and obtain clearance at least four weeks prior to the published dates. The seating plan and enrolment list would include only those who have paid all contracted payments.

  • 2.3         What to bring to your final assessment if you attend VIT Campus:

You should contact the Exam Administrator or Lecturer to verify what materials will be permitted in the lab / hall.

  • Calculators

Some final assessment may permit the use of a numerical calculator – please check with your lecturer / examination administrator what type of calculators are permitted.

  • Other materials

Mobile telephones must be powered off or set to silent mode

  • Dictionary

You may bring a language dictionary to the lab / hall (e.g., Hindi-English-Hindi, Chinese- English-Chinese etc.).

  • Food and drink in examinations

Food is not permitted in the lab / hall. You may bring water, in a clear bottle only, with any labels removed.

2.4         Allowable Help Material (Reference Sheets)

o Final e-assessments are open book in nature; i.e., you are allowed to use texts, notes, or other reading material into the lab / hall.

2.5         Final e-Assessment Resources
  • The final assessment will be conducted using the Learning Management System (LMS).
  • Good quality Internet connection/Wifi with appropriate bandwidth is essential.
  • A computer or laptop is essential for the duration of your final assessment.
  • Mobile or smart phone must not be used for your final assessment.
2.6         Attendance at final e-assessment: Very Important
  • Students are able to take the final e-assessment from anywhere.
  • If students face or anticipate any of the following problems, you will be able to take final assessments on campus:
  • poor or no internet/wifi connection,
    • an issue with your laptop/Computer,
    • power outage,
    • any other technical issues.
  • Note: Melbourne Campus will only re-open for final assessments based on easing on restrictions by the Victorian Government. Students will be advised if this option is available before final assessments.
2.7         Final e-assessment

Final e-assessment start on time. If you arrive late for the final e-assessment or begin the final e- assessment at another location other than VIT campus, the final e-assessment link will close at the scheduled time and no submission will be allowed. No extra time will be provided.

  • Start of examination

On Campus

For those taking examinations at VIT campus, please ensure you are present at the venue at least 15 minutes prior to the time listed on the final e-assessment schedule. Maintain silence and follow all instructions given by invigilators.

Off Campus

For those taking the final assessment off campus must sign into Moodle 10 minutes before the time listed.

2.10       Material Supplied by VIT
  • All final e-assessment with the exception of those units without final e-assessment are through Moodle.
    • Students will take the final e-assessment on VIT computers or on their own laptop
2.11       Reading Time

Reading time is in built for the final e-assessment. No extra time will be provided for reading only. You should refer to the guide given in 2.1 Introduction.

2.12       Writing Time

On Campus

  • If you are taking your final e-assessment from VIT Campus, and the invigilator announces the commencement of writing time, you may commence answering your questions.

Off Campus

  • If you are taking e-assessment at a venue other than VIT campus, you will need to keep time and submit your completed work before the end of the time allocated.
2.13       Leaving the lab / hall early – On campus attendance
  • If you must leave the room do so as quietly as possible so as not to disturb continuing students.
2.14        End of the final e-assessment
  • You are expected to keep track of time on your own.
  • However, if you opt to undertake the final assessment on campus, invigilator may make time announcements at about 30 minutes and 10 minutes prior to the conclusion of the final e- assessment.
  • The final assessment link will automatically close at the end of the 120 minutes session or you may submit the final assessment before the end of the time allotted.
  • You will however be given 10mins extra at the end of the final assessment to upload your final answer sheet. Past this time, the assessment will not be accepted. This time is only for uploading!
  • You must submit the assessment piece before the expiry of time allocated. If and only if you suspect technical issues to submit your assessment though LMS, email your final assessment to HEFA211@vit.edu.au but it must be time stamped on your email before the due time.
  • If you attend on campus, you must remain seated in the room and maintain silence until the invigilator permits students to leave the hall.
2.15       Unfair Practices & Cheating
  • Cheating of any type is considered a serious offense. If found cheating, you may be penalised.
  • Turnitin will be utilised on assessment pieces submitted where needed, and if you are found to be violating the rules or found to be cheating this will be considered by the unit Chief Examiner and the Board of Examiners.

3         POST EXAM PROCESSES: Results, Appeals, Supplementary

3.1         Publication of Result
  • The planned final results announcement window would be published in the final assessment schedule.
  • Once the results are approved by the Board of Examiners, an announcement would be made in Moodle that the results have been published. It is students’ responsibility to check the Moodle for this announcement.
  • Students should receive their progress reports through e-mail within 3 working days of the announcement. It is the responsibility for students to check their email and if they do not receive their progress report should immediately contact the HE administration or visit VIT to collect hard copy of progress report.
  • Students who have fee dues may not receive their results and will not be allowed to sit for Supplementary assessments. You have to clear your fees before the results are published so that you can sit for the supplementary assessments if you qualify.
3.2         Supplementary Exam
  • The final e-assessment schedule would include a window for supplementary examinations/assessment which usually follows the main assessment period typically (but not necessarily) within 1-3 weeks from the publication of results. Supplementary assessments are currently scheduled for 07-10 July 2021.
  • Students who missed the scheduled final e-assessment may be eligible for supplementary examination/assessment in the event of special consideration which may include illness or compassionate reasons such as bereavement in family etc.
  • Students who are absent for the final e-assessment should inform VIT in writing at the earliest but not later than 2 working days from the date of final e-assessment that they had absented. Further students must provide documentary proof such as a medical certificate prior to being allowed to sit for the supplementary examination/assessment.
3.3         Appeals

VIT is committed to treating students compassionately and with academic honesty. Hence, most student decisions including those related to discipline matters and student grading are made with due diligence and following careful processes that leave little scope for errors.

Nevertheless, students have the right of appeal following the process below which is specific to examinations / assessments. This does not alter the overall scope of the student appeals process provided in VIT student handbook but only highlights exam / assessment specific procedure.

Student reported for cheating:

  • Students are entitled to appeal if they have been asked to leave the hall by the invigilator for student violation of rules (cheating).
  • Such appeal should be made within 24 hours of their dismissal from hall and should be in writing.
  • Students would be required to attend an enquiry scheduled by VIT. If student does not attend this enquiry, the appeal would be dismissed.
  • If the outcome of the appeal is successful, the student may opt to sit a final examination/assessment during the supplementary examination/assessment window. No other form of compensation (including moderation of marks or waiver of re-assessment would be granted).

Grades review:

  • Prior to making an appeal, students should understand the passing criteria for the unit; especially the requirement that they should independently pass each hurdle component, namely (i) the continuous assessment component conducted during the semester, (ii) the written examination / final e-assessment (or project presentation) component conducted at the end of the semester, and (iii) the overall total.
  • Students who consider that their performance deserves a better grade have the option to apply for review of grades.
  • The application should be made in writing and in prescribed format clearly citing the unit code/name and detailed reasons for their appeal.
  • For students who have received a Fail grade, the review would be carried out free of cost. For a student who appeals for improvement of a Pass grade may be required to pay a re- assessment fee as published in the VIT Handbook / rate card (ref fee for re-conducting of assessment). If the appeal is successful and the grade is revised, the re-assessment fee if paid would be refunded.
  • Application for review of grades should be made within 7 days of the publication of results and under no circumstances would late appeals be entertained. Non-receipt of interim

progress reports to their email or being unaware of the date of results publication will not be accepted reason for late application.

  • Every appeal would be considered by an assessment review committee. In reviewing grades, the committee shall ensure that all components of the assessment have been assessed and have been included in the final grade, that these components have been added correctly.
  • To provide the student the benefit of academic progress the committee may carefully review if there were special reasons provided by the student in his/her application, and may recommend special consideration e.g., moderation of marks for borderline fails, removal of any penalty that was previously applied for late submission of assignment. Such recommendation would be strictly be on academic merit. Hence revision of grades need not necessarily be due to erroneous marking or computation but may have been an outcome of special considerations for genuine borderline students.
  • The student would be advised of the outcome within 30 days of the appeal. In the event that the appeal is pending at the commencement of the succeeding semester, the student may not be required to re-register for this unit in the immediately succeeding semester and await the outcome of appeal. The student may however be required to register for alternate unit for which the unit under appeal is not a pre-requisite.
  • The outcome of the review may be:
    • that the original grade stands; or
    • that another grade be awarded; or
    • that a supplementary assessment be required/granted before a final decision is made, in which case the Dean shall determine the nature and time of such supplementary assessment.
  • The student would be advised of the outcome within 30 days of the appeal. In this event the student may not be required to re-register for this unit in the immediately succeeding semester and await the decision if the decision. The student may however require to register for an alternate unit for which the unit under appeal is not a pre-requisite.
  • If the student is unsatisfied with the review outcome, he/she may opt for a full re-assessment (re-marking) of his/her submissions and examinations. In this event the student is required to pay the re-assessment fee as published by VIT student handbook / rate sheet (refundable if there is a revision in grades).
  • In the event the student makes a re-assessment application, Dean would appoint an examiner (different from the original examiner) who would re-mark all components. If there is significant variation in the marks awarded during the second marking, the assessment review committee would confer with both the examiners and would revise the grade based on collective consensus.
  • After review or re-assessment the revised grade shall prevail over the original grade irrespective of whether the revised grade is higher or lower than the previous grade.
  • If the grades are revised, the student would be emailed the outcome by email. The student would receive the updated interim progress report updated after his/her results are approved in the next Board of Examiners meeting.
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