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ITECH 5402 – Enterprise Systems INSTRUCTIONS for Online Examination ATTENTION This is an important announcement as it gives information regarding the online examination. Please read this carefully....

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ITECH 5402 – Enterprise Systems
INSTRUCTIONS for Online Examination
This is an important announcement as it gives information regarding the online examination. Please read this carefully.
You will find the link to the online examination at the bottom of the Assessment Section on Moodle.
The test timetable has been sent to all students. Make sure you check this timetable and plan your time appropriately. The test will remain open in Moodle from 6am on 15th June until midnight (just after 11.59pm) on 19th June. However, once you commence the test, it must be completed with 48hrs.
This is a normal 3 hour test (that is the real estimate of time it should take you to complete the test but we have allowed it to stay open for this extended period of time to allow for any special COVID 19 circumstances). I recommend that you choose a suitable 3hour time period (within the period 15th June – 19th June) to access and complete the test. Please do not leave until last minute.
Once the test is open, you will NOT receive any feedback from the coordinator or course lecturer on any aspects of the test. Any email you send cannot be responded to so you must ensure that you understand how the test works before the test starts.
This test is not designed to be completed on a mobile device, such as a phone. If you do not have access to a computer, please contact your academic team.
The test is required to be completed in Moodle and may not be downloaded.
The test must be completed sequentially and you will not be able to go back and change submitted/completed questions.
This is an open book test but you will be asked to sign a disclosure statement saying that you did the work yourself and did not collude. The draft of the disclosure statement is as follows:
By submitting this work, I confirm that:
· The work I am submitting for this assessable task is my own work.
· I have not engaged in collusion (collusion occurs when someone else has contributed to the work yet you submit the work under your name).
· I agree that the test answers that I have submitted have not been outsourced, and are entirely my own except where work quoted is duly acknowledged.
· I agree that the answers have been written in my own words, not copied and pasted.
· I have read and understood, and comply with, the Federation University Australia Academic Integrity and Student Plagiarism policies and procedures (http:
Once you commence the test:
· If there is a technology based reason that prevents you from completing the test, you should take a screenshot of e
or (may be done with your phone), log a job with ITS (internet or phone depending what is available ITS Contact Link), email your Lecturer ( XXXXXXXXXX). Explain the issue and include screenshot. ITS keeps logs for examination attempts and these will be monitored and stored and these may be used as necessary to confirm any issue.
· If a non-technology based issue occurs, after you have commenced the test and it is outside your control, deal with the emergency or event. As soon as you can, send an email to inform your academic coordinator and determine the best way to get co
oborating evidence (medical certificate etc.). You will need to apply for special consideration if illness/ injury/ or circumstances beyond your control prevents you from completing the test.
There is an onus on you to provide evidence for any disruption or issue with the test and all such issues will be verified and investigated. As test are individually generated, options after a disruption will be determined on an individual case by case basis.
There is no need to panic. The usual special consideration conditions apply. Contact your academic coordinator.
ITS HelpDesk is open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm
Details of the structure of the test include a case study and eleven (11) questions. You will be required to answer all questions. All questions ca
y five (5) marks.
Questions will be presented to you one at a time. You must submit each question before you can access the next question in your test. Once submitted you are unable to access your answer. Make sure you re-read and edit your answer before you submit each question.
Do not email the co-ordinator or your lecturer about questions on the test during the test period 15-19th June. University regulations prohibit them from answering specific questions about the test. Only contact them if something goes wrong (see instructions above).
Preparing for the test (How to be successful in Online Test)
· As many of the tests are effectively ‘open book’, tests preparation will be different to a ‘closed-book’ test.
· Access the student Online Transition Moodle page, which has a specific module on ‘End of Semester Assessments’ at: https:
· Check your computer and internet access and if possible use a wired internet connection (usually more reliable) or if unavailable check and test the Wi-Fi set up. It is not advisable to use a public wi-fi connect such as those available at McDonalds.
· Do not try to complete the test on your mobile device.
· Find a good spot to take the test –and turn off all distractions. Find a space that is quiet, private and has space for all the resources you need (books, note etc)
· Check the test date and plan a “window” within that period to take the test. It is important to allow sufficient time to complete the test.
· You must study for the test as you will need to be familiar with the content, so you don’t waste time looking up information once the test opens. Not all questions can be directly looked up and there will not be enough time to look up everything.
· It may be useful to create an organized set of summaries as you study to help answer questions.
· Your responses must be in your own words although you will not be expected to do complete referencing.
· You will not be allowed to go back in the test, so it is important to complete each answer before moving on.
· Only use your own words. Don’t be tempted to collude or plagiarise as answers will be checked in Turnitin when suspicions arise.
· You need to schedule time to prepare and attempt the test. Special consideration will not be given for tests not completed on time unless evidence can be shown that the delay was unavoidable. It is important to schedule your commencement of the test appropriately so that you may complete before the test becomes unavailable.
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3 June 2020
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