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Subject Outline
Tool
User
Manual
Version  1.0
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Subject Outline Tool
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Table  of  Contents
Part I
Introduction
5
Part II
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1
Overview
................................................................................................................................... 
7
2
Opening / Creating
.......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Open Subject Outline Tool 
.......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Create  an outline 
......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Select single subject offering
......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Select more than one subject offering
......................................................................................................................................................... 11
Working Title
......................................................................................................................................................... 11
Online SO available to other SCs
......................................................................................................................................................... 12
Create Outline
.......................................................................................................................................................... 12
Open an outline 
................................................................................................................................... 
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3
Edit An Outline
.......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Introduction 
......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Header area
......................................................................................................................................................... 18
Subject Outline Footer
.......................................................................................................................................................... 19
Subject  Summary 
......................................................................................................................................................... 20
Subject Code and Name
......................................................................................................................................................... 21
Session offering
......................................................................................................................................................... 21
Teaching Faculty
......................................................................................................................................................... 21
Teaching school
......................................................................................................................................................... 21
Campus
......................................................................................................................................................... 21
Mode
......................................................................................................................................................... 22
Subject coordinator
......................................................................................................................................................... 22
Nominal Subject coordinator
.......................................................................................................................................................... 22
Subject  Overview 
......................................................................................................................................................... 24
Welcome and abstract
......................................................................................................................................................... 24
Introduction
......................................................................................................................................................... 24
Your subject coordinator
......................................................................................................................................................... 25
Academic biography
......................................................................................................................................................... 25
Other teaching staff
......................................................................................................................................................... 25
Subject author(s)
......................................................................................................................................................... 25
Subject preparation
......................................................................................................................................................... 25
Acknowledgement
......................................................................................................................................................... 25
Learning objectives
......................................................................................................................................................... 26
Assumed knowledge
......................................................................................................................................................... 26
Learning outcomes
......................................................................................................................................................... 26
Graduate attributes
......................................................................................................................................................... 26
Generic skills
......................................................................................................................................................... 26
Courses served
......................................................................................................................................................... 26
Course objectives
......................................................................................................................................................... 26
Course competencies
......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Practicum
......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Attendance
.......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Contact  procedures 
......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Academic enquiries
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Consultation procedures
......................................................................................................................................................... 28
Contact procedures
......................................................................................................................................................... 28
Other teaching staff enquiries
......................................................................................................................................................... 28
Class/tutorial times and location (Internal and Tutorial excluding OT)
......................................................................................................................................................... 28
Class/tutorial times and location (DE and OT)
......................................................................................................................................................... 29
Schedule
......................................................................................................................................................... 29
Residential school
.......................................................................................................................................................... 29
Subject Delivery 
......................................................................................................................................................... 29
Class tutorials times and location
......................................................................................................................................................... 30
Learning, teaching and support strategies
......................................................................................................................................................... 30
Topics
......................................................................................................................................................... 30
Schedule
......................................................................................................................................................... 31
Residential school
......................................................................................................................................................... 31
Residential school program
.......................................................................................................................................................... 31
Text and  learning  materials 
......................................................................................................................................................... 31
Prescribed text
......................................................................................................................................................... 31
Required readings / resources
......................................................................................................................................................... 32
Recommended readings / resources
.......................................................................................................................................................... 32
Assessment  items 
......................................................................................................................................................... 32
Opening assessment items
................................................................................................................................... 
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Publish an Outline
Part III
Definitions
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Data Refresh
................................................................................................................................... 
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2
Enterprise data
................................................................................................................................... 
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3
Master data
................................................................................................................................... 
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4
Mandatory information
................................................................................................................................... 
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5
Compliance check
................................................................................................................................... 
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Subject Coordinator
................................................................................................................................... 
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7
Nominal Subject Coordinator
................................................................................................................................... 
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QA Officer
................................................................................................................................... 
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SCMF
................................................................................................................................... 
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Quality Assurance
Index
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Introduction
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Part
II
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Subject Outline Tool
2.1
Overview
What can we expect from this help
2.2
Opening / Creating
2.2.1
Open Subject Outline Tool
To open the Subject Outlines tool go to My Workspace and click on the ‘Subject Outlines’ link in
the Left hand column. This opens the My Outlines in the work area
My Outlines work area
In the first release you will only have the option to ‘Create New Outline”. The “Search” tab is only
for subjects that have been created within the My Workspace environment within Interact.
However, there is also a hypertext link to search for subject Outlines created prior to Trimester 3
2009
2.2.2
Create an outline
Select “Create New Outline”. This opens the “Create New Outline’ in the work area  in which you
will identify the subject you wish to write. You are presented with a number of questions and
options to identify the subject and how you want to proceed in writing the Subject Outline. 
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Create New Outlines screen
1. Would you like to clone from a previously created Outline? 
This option is not available in the first release.
2. Select Subject Offering for which you are creating the Outline for:
Click on the down arrow to see the list of your subjects. This will only list subjects that you
have been listed on the Subject Availability List (SAL) and allocated to you as the Subject
Coordinator
, or Nominal Subject Coordinator
in the Subject Coordinator
Maintenance Form (SCMF). 
If your subject does not appear in the list it could be because either:
· You have not been entered into the Subject Coordinator Maintenance Form (see
your School Administration Officer, or Head of School to rectify); or
· The Nominal Subject Coordinator has already commenced writing the Subject
Outline. Only one Subject Outline per offering is able to be produced. If another
member of staff has commenced writing it will not appear on your list. 
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2.2.2.1
Select single subject offering
Highlight the Subject you want to start writing (Fig. 3)
Select Subject Offering
Then click “Add Offering”. This will list the subject in the Selected Offering field. 
Add Offering
Note: The default is to list the Subject code + session offering + campus + mode into the working
title  field. 
2.2.2.2
Select more than one subject offering
Subjects that have the same content in more than one mode – Internal, DE or OT – including
assessment – can be authored simultaneously. Choose more than two offering modes one at the
time. The working title, which can be changed (see Working title), is the first offering mode
added.
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Figure 5: Select Subject Offering
The information that can be altered between the offering modes are: 
·Subject summary
o
School 
o
Campus
o
Mode
o
Subject coordinator (These are changed automatically as this information is drawn from
Enterprise data.)
·Subject overview
o
Academic biography
o
Other teaching staff
·Contact procedures
o
Consultation procedures *
o
Contact procedures
§ Mobile phone number (an editable field and can be empty.)
o
Other teaching staff enquiries
o
Other teaching staff consultation procedures
·Subject delivery
o
Class/Tutorial times and location
o
Residential school program
·Assessment procedures
o
Online  submission
o
Postal submission
o
Hand delivered submission
Assessment items must be identical. So if you have a DE and Internal subject in which the Internal
has a Tutorial presentation and the DE has a small essay, do not use this tool (Use the clone
option.) 
(Is this available for release 1?) 
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