Describe and discuss concepts and principals of systems analysis and design. LO 2: Examine the stages of the systems development life cycle. LO 3: Apply basic diagrammatic modelling tools to systems analysis and design. LO 4: Use specifications such as user interfaces, databases, and systems interfaces to design systems to meet specific business/project purposes.

LO 1: Describe and discuss concepts and
principals of systems analysis and design.
LO 2: Examine the stages of the systems
development life cycle.
LO 3: Apply basic diagrammatic modelling
tools to systems analysis and design.
LO 4: Use specifications such as user
interfaces, databases, and systems
interfaces to design systems to meet
specific business/project purposes.

Attachments:Unit BISY2001-ISY2001-ISY201 System Analysis and Design
Assessment Type Case Study Group
Assessment
Number
3
Assessment
Weighting
Essay 30%
Alignment with
Unit and Course
Unit Learning Outcome Graduate Attributes Assessed
LO 1: Describe and discuss concepts and
principals of systems analysis and design.
LO 2: Examine the stages of the systems
development life cycle.
LO 3: Apply basic diagrammatic modelling
tools to systems analysis and design.
LO 4: Use specifications such as user
interfaces, databases, and systems
interfaces to design systems to meet
specific business/project purposes.
GA 1: Communication
GA 4: Critical Thinking and Problem
Solving
GA 6: Flexibility
Due Date/Time Week 10 – 29th May 2020 5:00 pm via Moodle
Assessment
Description
In this assessment, students must work in a group to prepare a case study analysis of a
systems development project.
You are required to form groups of Three to Four (3 to 4) students.
Your group is required to research and analyse a real life situation and prepare
a full analysis of a systems development project. Feel free to discuss your real
life situation project with your lecturer before engaging in any work. Suggested
topics below.
You may use www.creately.com, www.diagrams.net, MS Word, Visio or any other
modeling tool to create diagrams.
Your systems analysis and design project should include the following:
• Executive summary (max. 1/2 page). 2.5 Marks
• Introduction including description of the business, problem/opportunity identified
and goal and objectives of this project (max. 1 pages). 2 Marks
• Data gathering methodology and results (max. 1 pages). 2.5 Marks
• Existing system including current system overview, FDD, DFD, and Data
Dictionary. 6 Marks
• Proposed system including system overview, system requirements checklist,
DFD, Data Dictionary, Object relationship diagram, Use Cases, Class Diagram,
and Sequence Diagrams. 12 Marks
• Conclusions and recommendations (max. 1/2 page). 2.5 Marks
• Group reflection on Assessment 3 (max. 1/2 page). 2.5 Marks
Suggested topics (list is not restricted):
• Hotel Booking System
• Library Management System
• Car Rentals System
• Online enrolment System
• Entertainment System ( movies , songs , Books and games )
• Online Shopping System
• Real Estate System
• Parking lot booking system
• Student information chat bot
Detailed
Submission
Requirements
• This assessment must be submitted by one student per group through the link
on Moodle page for this unit.
• Include a cover sheet that has students’ name, subject, date, report title and
WORDCOUNT.
• The assignment should not exceed 1,200 words. Diagrams, charts and
Data Dictionary do not count towards wordcount.
Misconduct • Engaging someone else to write any part of your assessment for you is
classified as misconduct.
• To avoid being charged with Misconduct, students need to submit their own
work.
• Remember that this is a Turnitin assignment and plagiarism will be subject to
severe penalties.
• The AIH misconduct policy and procedure can be read on the AIH website
(https://aih.nsw.edu.au/about-us/policies-procedures/).
Late Submission • Late submission is not permitted, practical submission link will close after 1
hour.
Special
consideration
• Students whose ability to submit or attend an assessment item is affected by
sickness, misadventure or other circumstances beyond their control, may be
eligible for special consideration. No consideration is given when the condition
or event is unrelated to the student’s performance in a component of the
assessment, or when it is considered not to be serious.
• Students applying for special consideration must submit the form within 3 days
of the due date of the assessment item or exam.
• The form can be obtained from the AIH website
(https://aih.nsw.edu.au/current-students/student-forms/) or on-campus at
Reception.
• The request form must be submitted to Student Services. Supporting evidence
should be attached. For further information please refer to the Student
Assessment Policy and associated Procedure available on
(https://aih.nsw.edu.au/about-us/policies-procedures/).
Marking Schema
Rubrics
Marking Criteria
HD D C P F
ULO 1: Describe
and discuss
concepts and
principals of
systems analysis
and design
ULO 2: Examine
the stages of the
systems
development life
cycle
ULO 3: Apply
basic
diagrammatic
modelling tools
to systems
analysis and
design
ULO 4: Use
specifications
such as user
interfaces,
databases, and
systems
interfaces to
design systems
to meet specific
business/project
purposes.
Executive summary:
Reflects all of the
following
characteristics:
conciseness,
accuracy, and
objectivity.
Introduction:
Description of the
business,
problem/opportunity
identified and goal
and objectives of this
project are clear and
reflect a true work on
the project.
Data gathering
methodology and
results:
Clear and reflect a
true work on the
project.
Existing System:
System overview,
FDD, DFD, and Data
Dictionary are fully
correct.
Proposed System:
System overview,
system requirements
checklist, DFD, Data
Dictionary, Object
relationship diagram,
Use Cases, Class
Diagram, and
Sequence Diagrams
are fully correct.
Conclusion and
recommendations:
Clear and reflect a
true work on the
project.
Reflection: Genuine
and accurate.
(25 – 30 marks)
Executive summary:
Reflects the following
characteristics:
conciseness,
accuracy, and
objectivity with minor
mistakes.
Introduction:
Description of the
business,
problem/opportunity
identified and goal and
objectives of this
project are somewhat
unclear and reflect a
good effort on the
project.
Data gathering
methodology and
results:
Somewhat unclear
and reflect a good
effort on the project.
Existing System:
System overview,
FDD, DFD, and Data
Dictionary are fully
correct with minor
errors.
Proposed System:
System overview,
system requirements
checklist, DFD, Data
Dictionary, Object
relationship diagram,
Use Cases, Class
Diagram, and
Sequence Diagrams
are fully correct with
minor errors.
Conclusion and
recommendations:
Somewhat unclear
and reflect a good
effort on the project.
Reflection: Genuine
and accurate with
minor mistakes.
(22 – 25 marks)
Executive summary:
Unclear and does not
reflect all of the
following
characteristics:
conciseness,
accuracy, and
objectivity.
Introduction:
Description of the
business,
problem/opportunity
identified and goal and
objectives of this
project are unclear
and do not reflect a
true work on the
project.
Data gathering
methodology and
results:
Somewhat unclear
and do not reflect a
true work on the
project.
Existing System:
System overview,
FDD, DFD, and Data
Dictionary are partially
correct with a few
errors.
Proposed System:
System overview,
system requirements
checklist, DFD, Data
Dictionary, Object
relationship diagram,
Use Cases, Class
Diagram, and
Sequence Diagrams
are partially correct
with a few errors.
Conclusion and
recommendations:
Somewhat unclear
and reflect a good
effort on the project.
Reflection: Appears
to be unauthentic and
partially accurate.
(19 – 22 marks)
Executive
summary:
Inaccurate and does
not reflect any of the
following
characteristics:
conciseness,
accuracy, and
objectivity.
Introduction:
Description of the
business,
problem/opportunity
identified and goal
and objectives of this
project are
inaccurate and do
not reflect any effort
in the project.
Data gathering
methodology and
results:
Inaccurate
explanation and does
not reflect any effort
in the project.
Existing System:
System overview,
FDD, DFD, and Data
Dictionary are not
accurate.
Proposed System:
System overview,
system requirements
checklist, DFD, Data
Dictionary, Object
relationship diagram,
Use Cases, Class
Diagram, and
Sequence Diagrams
are inaccurate.
Conclusion and
recommendations:
Are no accurate.
Reflection: Appears
to be unauthentic
and inaccurate.
(15 – 19 marks)
Executive
summary:
Is not attempted or
quite unclear and
incomplete.
Introduction:
Description of the
business,
problem/opportunity
identified and goal
and objectives of
this project are not
attempted or quite
unclear and
incomplete.
Data gathering
methodology and
results:
Are not attempted
or quite unclear and
incomplete.
Existing System:
System overview,
FDD, DFD, and
Data Dictionary are
not attempted or
incomplete.
Proposed System:
System overview,
system
requirements
checklist, DFD,
Data Dictionary,
Object relationship
diagram, Use
Cases, Class
Diagram, and
Sequence
Diagrams are not
attempted or
incomplete.
Conclusion and
recommendations:
Are not accurate.
Reflection: Is not
attempted or
dishonest.
(0 – 15 marks)