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Unit Code


Unit Title
Unit Coordinator[insert this name if required]

School of XXXXXXX


Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics

UNIT OUTLINE

Semester 2 2009

Table of Contents




ESSENTIAL ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION 3

Important Notice 3

UNIT COORDINATOR 3

TEACHING STAFF 4

INTRODUCTION 4

LEARNING OUTCOMES 4

LEARNING ACTIVITIES 5

STUDENT FEEDBACK 5

TEXT BOOK & RESOURCES 5

Recommended Texts: 5

Technical Requirements 5

Software Requirements 5

ASSESSMENT DETAILS 5

Assessment Mechanism 5

Assignment 1 – Insert type of assignment e.g. Essay, Journal, Exam etc 6

Assignment 2 – Insert type of assignment e.g. Essay, Journal, Exam etc 6

Assignment 3 – Insert type of assignment e.g. Essay, Journal, Exam etc 6

Referencing Style 7

Assignment Marking 7

Academic Conduct 7

STUDENTS’ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 7

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 8

Telephone Contacts: 8

[Additional Information] 8



UNIT SCHEDULE 9


ESSENTIAL ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION


Unit Title




Unit Code




Unit Coordinator




School




Credit Value




Additional requirements

[insert any requirements here that are not a pre-requisite (ie first aid certificate, police clearance etc)]

Handbook Website




Unit Website

If this unit has a website you can access the unit materials via

Faculty or School Website




Contact Hours

[insert contact hours pattern here: include information about location and time of lectures, seminars, tutorials, labs, online details etc.]



Important Notice


The Unit Outline (this document) gives the student important information about the unit, its aims, outcomes, materials, programme and assessment.
Note that important information relating to policies, examinations, expectations, copyright, referencing, academic misconduct assistance with communication skills is available on the Faculty website though http://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/studentnet/exams .
You are required to be aware of and fulfill your responsibilities under the University’s rules, policies and procedures so it is important that you review the content of these in detail.


UNIT COORDINATOR


Every unit has a person who is responsible for the overall administration of that unit. This person is the Unit Coordinator. If you cannot contact the person who is teaching you or if you have further queries about this unit, you may wish to contact the Unit Coordinator for this unit. Their contact details are below: [insert only the details required]

Insert Photo here if available

Unit Coordinator:




Email:




Phone:




Fax:




Building:




Room:







Contact Hours:






TEACHING STAFF


The lecturer(s) for this unit and their contact details are below:

Insert Photo here if available

Your lecturer:




Email:




Phone:




Fax:




Building:




Room:







Contact Hours:






Insert Photo here if available

Your lecturer




Email:




Phone:




Fax:




Building:




Room:







Contact Hours:




To contact your lecturer or tutor, please use [ email / WebCT / telephone / make an appointment by phoning / emailing ]. Allow for a response time of [insert number of] working days.


INTRODUCTION


Welcome to [insert introduction here]

LEARNING OUTCOMES


On successful completion of this unit you will be able to:

  1. [insert learning outcome 1]

  2. [insert learning outcome 2]

  3. [insert learning outcome 3]

  4. [insert learning outcome 4 etc. Please number the learning outcomes so they can be easily referenced in the assignment section further on.]



LEARNING ACTIVITIES


[Insert details about the learning activities here.]

Explain in detail the pattern and purpose of lectures, tutorials, workshops, seminars, online learning activities, and so on. For assistance with creating engaging learning experiences, see the Teaching and Learning resources at CATL and available at http://www.catl.uwa.edu.au/resources.


STUDENT FEEDBACK


We welcome your feedback as one way to keep improving this unit. Later this semester, you will be encouraged to give unit feedback through SURF, UWA’s online student feedback system. Recent changes to this unit in response to student feedback include:

  1. [insert changes here as applicable, otherwise delete.]







TEXT BOOK & RESOURCES


You will need to purchase the following textbook in order to complete this unit:

  • [Insert text name and references here.]

Recommended Texts:

You do not have to purchase the following textbooks but you may like to refer to them.



  • [Insert recommended texts here.

  • [And here otherwise delete this section.]


Technical Requirements


You do not have to purchase the following equipment but you may find it useful to explore them.

  • [Insert recommended equipment here.

  • [And here otherwise delete this section.]


Software Requirements


You do not have to purchase the following software but you may find it useful to be aware of how to use them.

  • [Insert recommended software here.

  • [And here otherwise delete this section.]


ASSESSMENT DETAILS

Assessment Mechanism


The assessment for this unit consists of the following items.

Assessment Tasks

Worth

Due

Unit Learning Outcome Assessed

[insert assessment task 1 here]










[insert assessment task 2 here]










[insert assessment task 3 here]









TOTAL

100%








Assignment 1 – Insert type of assignment e.g. Essay, Journal, Exam etc

Worth: [insert assignment percentage here]

Due: [insert due date (and time) here, i.e. 5pm Friday of Week 5]


[Insert assignment details here.]

Assignment 1 Marking Criteria


[Insert marking criteria here.]

Submission Details


[Include cover page requirements, penalties]

Assignment 2 – Insert type of assignment e.g. Essay, Journal, Exam etc

Worth: [insert assignment percentage here]

Due: [insert due date (and time) here, i.e. 5pm Friday of Week 5]


[Insert assignment details here.]

Assignment 2 Marking Criteria


[Insert marking criteria here.]

Submission Details


[Include cover page requirements, penalties]

Assignment 3 – Insert type of assignment e.g. Essay, Journal, Exam etc

Worth: [insert assignment percentage here]

Due: [insert due date (and time) here, i.e. 5pm Friday of Week 5]


[Insert assignment details here.]

Assignment 3 Marking Criteria


[Insert marking criteria here.]

Submission Details


[Include cover page requirements, penalties]

Referencing Style


Students should use the [insert preferred referencing style here] referencing style when preparing assignments. More information can be found on this style from the Library web site: http://www.library.uwa.edu.au/help/education,_training__and__support_relevant_to_your_faculty/faculty_of_engineering,_computing__and__mathematics

Assignment Marking


Students should allow a 4 week marking turnaround for written assignments.

Academic Conduct

Academic Conduct Essentials


It is a University requirement that all newly enrolled students complete a short compulsory online unit called Academic Conduct Essentials (ACE) within the first 10 weeks of semester. ACE can be accessed via WebCT (http://webct.uwa.edu.au/webct/entryPageIns.dowebct ).

To find out more about Academic Integrity, look at these great resources:



  • Student Services, who run workshops on Academic Integrity http://www.studentservices.uwa.edu.au/ss/learning

  • http://www.ryerson.ca/academicintegrity/index.html , a series of flash videos from a Canadian University exploring Academic Integrity

  • http://www.lc.unsw.edu.au/onlib/plag.html which takes you to an on-line quiz where you test your understanding of plagiarism, and where there are links to other universities’ academic integrity pages.

Plagiarism Monitoring - (include this section if it applies)


Some (or all) assessments in this unit will be monitored for plagiarism using Turnitin plagiarism detection service (see http://turnitin.com). Students who do not want assignments retained in the Turnitin database, must lodge a special request prior to the submission date. For further advice see

STUDENTS’ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES


It is the responsibility of every student to be aware of all relevant legislation, policies and procedures relating to their rights and responsibilities as a student. These include:

  • the Student Charter,

  • the University’s Guiding Ethical Principles,

  • the University’s policy and statements on plagiarism and academic integrity,

  • copyright principles and responsibilities,

  • the University’s policies on appropriate use of software and computer facilities,

  • the use of calculators in exams

  • students’ responsibility to check enrolment,

  • deadlines, appeals, and grievance resolution,

  • student feedback,

  • other policies and procedures

  • electronic communication with students

See http://www.ecm.uwa.edu.au/studentnet/exams for comprehensive information on all of the above.

The Student Guild employs a number of Education Officers who provide information, support and advocacy with a range of academic matters http://www.guild.uwa.edu.au/home/student_assistance/academic_help . or



Guild Student Centre

Opening Hours: 8.30am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday


Location: Ground floor, Guild Village, near Bankwest ATM machine.
Mailing Address: M300, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley Western Australia 6009
Phone: +61 8 6488 2295
Fax: +61 8 6488 1200
Email (general): enquiries@guild.uwa.edu.au
Email (confidential): education@guild.uwa.edu.au

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Telephone Contacts:


If you have a query relating to administrative matters such as:-

please contact your Unit Coordinator.

If you have a query relating to other matters such as:-



please contact the Associate Dean (Students):

Dr Jennifer Hopwood


6488 3061
sub.dean@ecm.uwa.edu.au

[Additional Information]


[Insert other additional unit information that is not covered elsewhere in this unit outline]

UNIT SCHEDULE


Note: The intended schedule for this unit is shown in the table below. The schedule is to be used as a guide and is subject to change.

Semester 2 2009



WEEK

DATE

MODULE/CHAPTER/TOPIC:

ASSESSMENT

DUE DATE



20 July












27 July












3 August












10 August












17 August












24 August












31 August












7 September

Study Break






14 September












21 September












28 September












5 October












12 October












19 October












26 October

Study Week






2 November

Examinations






9 November

Examinations








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