MA4000 - Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied)

MA4000 - Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied)
Student Handbook 2019




      Bachelor of Information and Communications
      Technology (Applied)
      MA4000




      Disclaimer

      The information contained in this handbook replaces all information contained in any previous
      handbook and is intended as a guide only.

      UCOL is committed to innovation and continuous improvement, and reserves the right to
      change any aspect(s) of the programme. This may affect the currency of the information
      contained in this handbook, e.g.

              Programme location
              Lecture times
              Staff
              Other matters




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
MA4000 - Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied)
Table of Contents
        Quick Links .............................................................................................................................................. 3
        Welcome ................................................................................................................................................. 6
        Staff ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
        Administration support ........................................................................................................................... 8
        Programme Information ......................................................................................................................... 9
        Programme Assessment ....................................................................................................................... 25
        Pathways Diagram ................................................................................................................................ 29
        Student Responsibilities........................................................................................................................ 30
        Appendix 1 – Study Contract ................................................................................................................ 31
        Appendix 2 – Request for Extension ..................................................................................................... 32
        Appendix 3 – Request for Reconsideration of Result ........................................................................... 33
        Appendix 4 – Request for Resubmit / Resit .......................................................................................... 34




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
MA4000 - Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied)
Quick Links
        Student Intranet

        You can access the UCOL student intranet at http://student.ucol.ac.nz to find the most up to date
        policies, procedures, guidelines and forms. These are located in Policies and Procedures under UCOL
        Info. The Academic Statute and Student Discipline Statute (Non-academic), two important documents
        that set out the main rules and processes you need to be aware of, can be found under Related
        Documents to the left of the Policies and Procedures page.

        Outstanding Fees

        All fees are due to be paid in full by the first day teaching starts. Students who have not paid all of
        their fees (including outstanding library fines or other debts with UCOL) will not be eligible to graduate.
        See Academic Statute.

        Computer Suites

        The computer facilities provided by UCOL are available to every enrolled student. Your password is
        the key to your account. Never share your login and password details with anyone else. You will also
        be held responsible for any activities that take place under this account name. Further information
        about computer use at UCOL can be found on the Information Technology page. See Computer Use
        Policy.

        Student ID Cards

        Your student ID card helps you access certain rooms, borrow library equipment and other important
        functions. You can obtain your ID card from the Information Centre.

        Printing and Photocopying

        Printers and photocopiers are operated from your student ID card. The cost of using them is deducted
        from your account. You can top up your credit at the Information Centre and check your balance at
        http://student.ucol.ac.nz/MoneyMatters/Pages/Print-Credit.aspx.

        Internet Access

        Instructions for internet access at UCOL are available at http://connect.ucol.ac.nz.

        Car Parking

        Car parks are provided for UCOL students and staff only. For Palmerston North car parks, all vehicles
        must be registered and display a current year UCOL car parking sticker. This sticker can be obtained
        at the Information Centre. Further information is available on the Car Parking Information page.

        Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

        Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) acknowledges what you have learned from other programmes and
        qualifications, life experiences, work experiences, training programmes and workshops and measures
        this against the requirements of the programme you are enrolled in.




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
MA4000 - Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied)
You can be awarded credit towards a qualification if you can satisfactorily demonstrate that your prior
        qualifications and experience reaches the required standard. You should apply within two weeks of
        starting the course. See Recognition of Prior Learning Procedure and Recognition of Prior Learning
        Application Form.

        Student Support

        Student support is available to help you succeed. Possible types of support include:
             Health services
             Disability support
             Learning services
             Maori education support
             Scholarships and financial hardship support
             Library resources

        More information on how to access this support is provided on the student intranet on the Learning
        & Study and Health Matters pages.

        Concerns and Complaints

        Please refer to the Student Complaints Policy and Student Concerns and Complaints Procedure for
        information on how you can raise a concern or complaint and the process that follows.

        Health and Safety

        We all have a responsibility to maintain a safe, healthy work and study environment. See Student
        Health and Safety Obligations Policy and Student Health and Emergency Procedure.

        Smoking, Drugs and Alcohol

        For the safety and well-being of yourself and others, UCOL has policies regarding smoking, drugs and
        alcohol.

        Smoking is not permitted on any UCOL campus or facility. This smoke free policy applies 7 days a week,
        24 hours a day. See Smoke Free Policy.

        You may be excluded from class or any UCOL activity if a staff member considers you are under the
        influence of drugs/substances. This may lead to suspension from your programme and even to having
        your enrolment cancelled. The Police may be notified of any illegal activity related to the use or
        possession of drugs or substances. See Drug and Alcohol Policy.

        You may be excluded from class or any UCOL related activity if a staff member believes you are under
        the influence of alcohol. See Drug and Alcohol Policy.

        Withdrawal

        Before you decide to withdraw from your programme, you should talk to staff on your programme.
        Remember, if you are having difficulties with your programme there are ways UCOL can help you. If
        you do decide to withdraw, you must complete a Change of Circumstances Form. These can be
        obtained from the Information Centre.




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Fee Refunds – Domestic Students

        The rules for fee refunds if you withdraw are outlined in the Admission & Enrolment Guide and Student
        Fee Refund Procedure.

        Fee Refunds – International Students

        Please refer to the International Student Fees and Refunds Procedure for more information about fee
        refunds for international students.

        International Students

        International Student Support can help international students with any questions they might have.
        Further information is available on the International Students page. See International Students
        Procedure.

        Whānau Room

        All three campuses have a whānau room or marae facility. The whānau room is a space for all UCOL
        students, where principles of whānaungatanga, whakaruruhau, oranga, ākonga, mātauranga and
        hāpainga I te reo Māori me ōna tikanga are fostered and nurtured.




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Welcome
        Hello and welcome to UCOL.

        I’m Leanna Burnett, Acting Head of School for Business and ICT. It’s great you have chosen to study
        in a field that is both challenging and exciting.

        Your lecturers and I are looking forward to working with you and are here to help you meet your
        study goals.




        Leanna Burnett
        ACTING HEAD OF SCHOOL
        BUSINESS AND ICT




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Staff
                                EXECUTIVE DEAN
                                Dean Rankin




                                ACTING HEAD OF SCHOOL
                                Leanna Burnett
                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70156
                                Email: l.burnett@ucol.ac.nz




                                PROGRAMME LEADER /LECTURER
                                Sandra Cleland
                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70120
                                Email: s.cleland@ucol.ac.nz


                                LECTURER
                                Simon Burt
                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70968
                                Email: s.burt@ucol.ac.nz



                                LECTURER
                                Elizabeth Dalzell
                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70304
                                Email: e.dalzell@ucol.ac.nz



                                LECTURER
                                Richard Dargie
                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70988
                                Email: r.dargie@ucol.ac.nz



                                LECTURER
                                Minjie Hu
                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70968
                                Email: m.hu@ucol.ac.nz


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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
LECTURER
                                Athar Imtiaz

                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70133
                                Email: a.imtiaz@ucol.ac.nz


                                LECTURER
                                Graeme Richards

                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70981
                                Email: g.richards@ucol.ac.nz




                                LECTURER
                                Lorraine Smith

                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70335
                                Email: l.k.smith@ucol.ac.nz




                                LECTURER
                                Kawtar Tani

                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70309
                                Email: k.tani@ucol.ac.nz



                                LECTURER
                                Carin Wright

                                Phone: 06 952 7001 extn 70306
                                Email: c.wright@ucol.ac.nz




        Administration support
        Administration Services:
            adminservices@ucol.ac.nz
            06 952 7100 ext 70100
            Location: 8-2-04 (ask for an administrator and whomever is available will assist)




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Programme Information
        Length

        The BICT (Applied), Level 7 programme requires the successful completion of 360 credits and involves
        the equivalent of three years’ full-time study. In each year students are expected to complete 120
        credits.

        Each year is divided into two semesters of 16 weeks. Students may enrol in either Semester One or
        Semester Two.

        Start/Finish Dates

        Semester One
        Term 1                       25 February to 12 April 2019
        Mid-semester break           13 April to 28 April 2019
        Term 2                       29 April to 28 June 2019

        Semester Two
        Term 3                       22 July to 27 September 2019
        Mid-semester break           28 September to 13 October 2019
        Term 4                       14 October to 22 November 2019

        Holidays

        Semester One
        Waitangi Day                 06 February
        Good Friday                  19 April
        Easter Monday                22 April
        Easter Tuesday               23 April
        ANZAC Day                    25 April
        Queen’s Birthday             03 June

        Semester Two
        Labour Day                   28 October


        Timetable

        The timetable can be found on the UCOL internal web site at:
        http://intranet.ucol.ac.nz/main.asp?page=733.




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Programme Structure (Table 1.11)

        Year One

        All courses in Year One are compulsory and total 120 credits at Level 5
          Code        Title                                    Entry Information    Level   Semester   Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent
                                                                                                                 Learning Hours       Learning Hours
          D101        Programme Fundamentals                   -                    5       2          15        60                   90
          D111        Database Fundamentals                    -                    5       1          15        60                   90
          I101        Information Systems Fundamentals         -                    5       1          15        60                   90
          I102        Technical Support Fundamentals           -                    5       2          15        60                   90
          I111        Web Fundamentals                         -                    5       2          15        60                   90
          I121        Systems Analysis Fundamentals            -                    5       1          15        60                   90
          T101        Network Fundamentals                     -                    5       2          15        60                   90
          T111        Computer Hardware Fundamentals           -                    5       1          15        60                   90
                                                                                                       120       480                  720

        Year Two

        One course in Year Two is compulsory and totals 15 credits at Level 6; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three
        courses for the major (45 credits) and elective courses (60 credits) or 105 elective credits for the unendorsed option.
          Code        Title                                    Entry Information    Level   Semester   Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent
                                                                                                                 Learning Hours       Learning Hours
          I202        IT Project Management                    I102                 6       2          15        45                   105
                                                                                                       15        45                   105


        Elective Courses at Level 6
          Code         Title                                   Entry Information    Level   Semester   Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent
                                                                                                                 Learning Hours       Learning Hours
          D201         Advanced Programming                    D101                 6       1          15        45                   105
          D202         Software Process                        D101                 6       2          15        45                   105
          D211         Database Development                    D111                 6       1          15        45                   105
          I203         Digital Multimedia                      I101                 6       1          15        45                   105
          I209         Industry Placement                      120 compulsory       6       1&2        15        15                   135
                                                               credits at level 5
          I212         Enterprise Data Management              I101 & I111          6       1          15        45                   105
          I213         Dynamic Web Solutions                   I111                 6       2          15        45                   105
          I221         Analysis and Design                     I121                 6       2          15        45                   105


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I263         Introduction to Finance                                      6       1          15        45                   105
          T201         Network Services                        T101                 6       1          15        45                   105
          T206         Networks (CISCO RSE)                    T101                 6       1&2        15        45                   105
          T211         Systems Security                        T111                 6       2          15        45                   105
          BI200250     Elective A                              Permission HOS       6                  15        45                   105
          BI200251     Elective B                              Permission HOS       6                  15        45                   105

        Year Three

        One course in Year Three is compulsory and totals 15 credits at Level 7; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of three
        courses for the major (75 credits) and elective courses (30 credits) or 60 compulsory and 60 elective credits for the unendorsed option.
          Code        Title                                    Entry Information    Level   Semester   Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent
                                                                                                                 Learning Hours       Learning Hours
          I301        Professional Practice                    240 credits (all     7       1&2        15        30                   120
                                                               compulsory Level 5
                                                               and 6 courses)
                                                                                                       15        30                   120


        Elective course at Level 7
          Code           Title                                 Entry Information    Level   Semester   Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent
                                                                                                                 Learning Hours       Learning Hours
          D301           Software Engineering                  I101 and D201        7       1          15        30                   120
          D303           Java Mobile and Web                   D101                 7       2          15        30                   120
          D311           Advanced Database Concepts            D211                 7       1          15        30                   120
          I303           Managerial Practice                   I202                 7       2          15        30                   120
          I304           Data Analytics and Intelligence       D211                 7       2          15        30                   120
          I309           Special Topic                         240 credits          7       1&2        15        30                   120
                                                               including all
                                                               compulsory Level 5
                                                               and 6 courses
          I311           Advanced Web Solutions                I213                 7       1&2        15        30                   120
          I321           Advanced Systems Analysis             I221                 7       1          15        30                   120
          I367           Advanced Project Management           I202                 7       1&2        15        30                   120
          T301           Network Design                        I101 and T201        7       1          15        30                   120
          T302           CISCO Scaling and Connecting          T206                 7       1          15        30                   120
          T311           Systems Administration                T211                 7       1&2        15        30                   120
          T312           Network Security                      T211                 7       2          15        30                   120
          BI300250       Elective C                            Permission HOS       7                  15        30                   120
          BI300251       Elective D                            Permission HOS       7                  15        30                   120



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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Unendorsed Degree

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of elective courses.

        Year Three

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of one compulsory course course (45
        credits) and elective courses (60 credits)

        Compulsory Course at Level 7
          Code        Title                                    Entry Information     Level   Semester   Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent
                                                                                                                  Learning Hours       Learning Hours
          I302        Industry Project                         285 credits (all      7       1&2        45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level
                                                               5, 6 and 7 courses)
                                                                                                        45        15                   435




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Software Engineering Major

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three courses for the major (45 credits)
        and elective courses (60 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 45 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          D201       Advanced Programming                      D101                  6        1            15        45                   105
          D202       Software Process                          D101                  6        2            15        45                   105
          D211       Database Development                      D111                  6        1            15        45                   105
                                                                                                   Total   45        135                  315

        Year Three

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of three courses for the major (75 credits)
        and elective courses (30 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 75 credits at Level 7
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          D301       Software Engineering                      I101 and D201         7        1            15        30                   120
          D303       Mobile Application Development            D101                  7        2            15        30                   120
          I302       Industry Project                          285 credits (all      7        1&2          45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level 5,
                                                               6 and 7 courses)
                                                                                                   Total   75        75                   675


                                                                                             Total Major   120       210                  990




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Web & Mobile Development Major

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three courses for the major (45 credits)
        and elective courses (60 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 60 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          I203       Digital Multimedia                        I101                  6        1            15        45                   105
          I213       Dynamic Web Solutions                     I111                  6        2            15        45                   105
          D211       Database Development                      D111                  6        1            15        45                   105
                                                                                                   Total   45        135                  315


        Year Three

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of three courses for the major (75 credits)
        and elective courses (30 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 75 credits at Level 7
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          D303       Mobile Application Development            D101                  7        2            15        30                   120
          I302       Industry Project                          285 credits (all      7        1&2          45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level 5,
                                                               6 and 7 courses)
          I311       Advanced Web Solutions                    I213                  7        1            15        30                   120
                                                                                                   Total   75        75                   675


                                                                                             Total Major   120       210                  990




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Data Management & Analytics Major

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three courses for the major (45 credits)
        and elective courses (60 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 60 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          D201       Advanced Programming                      D101                  6        1            15        45                   105
          D211       Database Development                      D111                  6        1            15        45                   105
          I212       Enterprise Data Management                I101 & I111           6        1            15        45                   105
                                                                                                   Total   45        135                  315


        Year Three

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of three courses for the major (75 credits)
        and elective courses (30 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 75 credits at Level 7
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          D311       Advanced Database Concepts                D211                  7        1            15        30                   120
          I302       Industry Project                          285 credits (all      7        1&2          45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level 5,
                                                               6 and 7 courses)
          I304       Data Analytics and Intelligence           D211                  7        2            15        30                   120
                                                                                                   Total   75        75                   675


                                                                                             Total Major   120       210                  990




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Business & Systems Analysis Major

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three courses for the major (45 credits)
        and elective courses (60 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 60 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          D202       Software Process                          D101                  6        2            15        45                   105
          D211       Database Development                      D111                  6        1            15        45                   105
          I221       Analysis and Design                       I121                  6        2            15        45                   105
                                                                                                   Total   45        135                  315


        Year Three

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of three courses for the major (75 credits)
        and elective courses (30 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 75 credits at Level 7
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          I302       Industry Project                          285 credits (all      7        1&2          45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level 5,
                                                               6 and 7 courses)
          I321       Advanced Systems Analysis                 I221                  7        1            15        30                   120
          I303       Managerial Practice                       I202                  7        2            15        30                   120
                                                                                                   Total   75        75                   675


                                                                                             Total Major   120       210                  990




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Project Management Major

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three courses for the major (45 credits)
        and elective courses (60 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 45 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          D202       Software Process                          D101                  6        2            15        45                   105
          I212       Enterprise Data Management                I101 & I111           6        1            15        45                   105
          I263       Introduction to Finance                                         6        1            15        45                   105
                                                                                                   Total   45        135                  315


        Year Three

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of three courses for the major (75 credits)
        and elective courses (30 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 75 credits at Level 7
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          I302       Industry Project                          285 credits (all      7        1&2          45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level 5,
                                                               6 and 7 courses)
          I303       Managerial Practice                       I202                  7        2            15        30                   120
          I367       Advanced Project Management               I202                  7        1&2          15        30                   120
                                                                                                   Total   75        75                   675


                                                                                             Total Major   120       210                  990




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Systems Administration Major

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three courses for the major (45 credits)
        and elective courses (60 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 45 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          D211       Database Development                      D111                  6        1            15        45                   105
          T201       Network Services                          T101                  6        1            15        45                   105
          T211       Systems Security                          T111                  6        2            15        45                   105
                                                                                                   Total   45        135                  315


        Year Three

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of three courses for the major (75 credits)
        and elective courses (30 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 75 credits at Level 7
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          I302       Industry Project                          285 credits (all      7        1&2          45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level 5,
                                                               6 and 7 courses)
          D311       Advanced Database Concepts                D211                  7        1            15        30                   120
          T311       Systems Administration                    T211                  7        2            15        30                   120
                                                                                                   Total   75        75                   675


                                                                                             Total Major   120       210                  990




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Network Engineering Major

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three courses for the major (45 credits)
        and elective courses (60 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 45 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          T201       Network Services                          T101                  6        1            15        45                   105
          T211       Systems Security                          T111                  6        2            15        45                   105
          T206       Networks (CISCO RSE)                      T101                  6        1&2          15        45                   105
                                                                                                   Total   45        135                  315


        Year Three

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 7 are comprised of three courses for the major (75 credits)
        and elective courses (30 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 75 credits at Level 7
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          I302       Industry Project                          285 credits (all      7        1&2          45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level 5,
                                                               6 and 7 courses)
          T301       Network Design                            I101 and T201         7        1            15        30                   120
          T302       CISCO Scaling and Connecting              T206                  7        1            15        30                   120
                                                                                                   Total   75        75                   675


                                                                                             Total Major   120       210                  990




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Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology (Applied) Level 7
Security Major

        Year One

        120 credits of Core Courses as prescribed.

        Year Two

        15 credits of Core courses as prescribed; the remaining 105 credits at Level 6 are comprised of three courses for the major (45 credits)
        and elective courses (60 credits)

          Compulsory Courses – 60 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          T201       Network Services                          T101                  6        1            15        45                   105
          T206       Networks (CISCO RSE)                      T101                  6        1&2          15        45                   105
          T211       Systems Security                          T111                  6        2            15        45                   105
                                                                                                   Total   45        135                  315


        Year Three

          Compulsory Courses – 60 credits at Level 6
          Code       Title                                     Entry Information     Level    Semester     Credits   Lecturer Supported   Independent Learning
                                                                                                                     Learning Hours       Hours
          I302       Industry Project                          285 credits (all      7        1&2          45        15                   435
                                                               compulsory Level 5,
                                                               6 and 7 courses)
          T311       Systems Administration                    T211                  7        1&2          15        30                   120
          T312       Network Security                          T211                  7        2            15        30                   120
                                                                                                   Total   75        75                   675


                                                                                             Total Major   120       210                  990




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Aims

        UCOL offers the BICT, Level 7 programme within the Faculty of Humanities and Business.

        The degree is designed to prepare graduates for employment in the Information Systems industry,
        and provide the skills and abilities to enable them to continue their own learning and development
        and to embark on post-graduate studies.

        An important aspect of the degree programme is its vocational focus. One of the aims of the
        programme is to provide graduates with the skills and abilities required by industry. To this end many
        staff teaching within the programme have strong industry backgrounds, and strong links are formed
        with the local industry through the Stakeholder Advisory Committee.

        The main impact on the students of this industry focus is the requirement in most courses to apply
        theory in practice. Courses include the introduction of concepts and principles and will generally
        provide the opportunity to apply and experiment with these in a practical situation. Assessments are
        selected to reflect work that is required in industry. This culminates in the industry-based project
        undertaken in the third year which is intrinsic to their area of specialisation.

        This focus is also reflected in the name of the degree: Bachelor of Information and Communications
        Technology.

        Within this programme, technology issues are separated into those which address the technology
        itself (Technology courses) and those which relate more specifically to the development of
        Computerised Information Systems (Software Development courses).

        The Levels (5, 6, 7) in BICT each have a different focus. Each level aspires to different outcomes:

        Level    Focus
        5        Proficiency in tools (and methods)
        6        Theoretical foundation
        7        Philosophy and specialisation

        The three levels form a framework for student learning. Students are assumed to have no knowledge
        at the start, and to be proficient professionals at the end. Each level introduces new challenges, which
        build on earlier work. The purpose of the framework is to give the students relatively small steps to
        attain at any one time, while maintaining the ultimate goal of Level 7. The framework is a guide to
        staff on how small/big each step should be.

        The programme as a whole aspires to work at Level 7. The framework provides a path to get there.

        The programme structure has been designed to ensure:
                a systematic and coherent introduction to a body of knowledge
                programme content is progressively developed to a level needed to pursue a career in
                   information systems or commence graduate programmes with confidence
                there are components from a variety of subject areas to provide the broad academic
                   foundation needed to pursue a career or commence graduate programmes in
                   information systems




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The general topics are taught as basic concepts, i.e. a generic approach to the subject matter. Case
        studies are used to assist the students in making links from the general to the industry specific
        application of the content. This is important to ensure that the students gain general skills and
        knowledge and develop the ability to apply this information and the processes inherent in the courses
        to the industry specific setting.

        There are three main topic threads in the programme. These are:

                 Information Management:
                     Studies the way in which information systems are planned, implemented, utilised and
                     managed within organisations. It examines organisational culture, structure, and
                     resources to formulate change management approaches used during system
                     implementation.
                     Majors available in this thread are: Business & Systems Analysis; Project Management.
                 Technology:
                     Focuses on the computer and network technologies currently used in industry. Topics
                     include computer and network hardware, network protocols, operating systems and
                     security. Concepts are reinforced with extensive practical experience.
                      Majors available in this thread are: Network Engineering; Security; Systems
                      Administration.
                 Software Development:
                     Focuses on the methods and tools used in Software Development. Students design and
                     construct software, utilising tools and processes to ensure quality. The emphasis is on
                     using tools and development methods currently used in industry providing students with
                     relevant experience and making them work ready.
                      Majors available in this thread are: Data Management & Analytics; Software Engineering;
                      Web & Mobile Development.

        Student progress in cognitive ability:
        Increasingly higher levels of cognitive ability are required in the programme. At level 5 students are
        expected to understand principles and be able to apply relevant theories. At level 6 students must be
        able to analyse information and integrate information from separate sources. At the level 7 students
        are expected to critically evaluate information, with reference to relevant theories. Also at level 7
        students are expected to demonstrate an appropriate attitude for a professional in the discipline.

        Graduation Requirements
        A student must acquire 360 credits to attain the Bachelor of Information and Communications
        Technology (Applied), Level 7 programme.

        If a student decides not to complete the 360 credits necessary to obtain the degree there are three
        other exit points. Refer to 2.6 Entry and Exit Points of the curriculum document.




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To meet the requirements for the degree, students must gain a minimum number of credits at each
        level. For students who enrolled for the degree in 2008 and after, these are:

          Level        Minimum credits          Comments
          5            120                      These are the compulsory Level 5 courses as specified in
                                                Table 1.11 above
          6            120                      Of these 15 credits relate to the compulsory Level 6 courses
                                                and the balance to optional/elective courses as specified in
                                                Table 1.11 above
          7            120                      Of these 60 credits relate to the compulsory Level 7 courses
                                                and the balance to optional/elective courses as specified in
                                                Table 1.11 above

        Note: See 2.8 of the curriculum document ‘Transition Plan’ for credits required for students who
        enrolled prior to 2008.

        All Level 5 courses and one Level 6 course in the programme are compulsory for the degree. These are
        available to students in their first two years.

        Part-time students can accumulate credits for the degree over time. If for some reason a student is
        unable to complete the full programme credit can still be given for the completed courses.

        Academic Records will be issued at the end of the academic year to all students who have gained
        credits.

        Students who do not officially withdraw from the programme will be considered to have a current
        enrolment and will be recorded as having an incomplete result. In this instance, the student may be
        ineligible for student allowances if they subsequently re-enrol. Except in exceptional circumstances,
        as approved by the Faculty Board of Educational Improvement, students formally withdrawing after
        ten weeks of the start of a course will incur an academic penalty, i.e., a ‘fail’ or ‘incomplete’ result.

        Compulsory Academic Requirements
        Not applicable.

        Off-Campus Learning

        Industry Based Project
        In the third year of this programme students undertake an industry-based project of 450 hours.

        Entry criteria
        If the prerequisite credits and papers are not achieved by the commencement date of the project in
        semester two, you may apply in writing to the Dean of the Faculty to have fees transferred to other
        semester two papers in the same academic year.

        Identification and allocation of projects
        When you enrol in the I302 Industry Project paper you are responsible for sourcing your own project
        prior to the commencement date in Semester Two of each year. The I301 Professional Practice paper
        is intended to provide you with guidance to help with this process and some time may be made
        available during the first semester prior to the commencement of the projects for you to source a
        suitable project.




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Each project must be approved by the Programmes Committee before you can undertake the project.
        You must prepare your own documentation providing sufficient detail on the project scope to allow
        the Programmes Committee to understand what the project will involve. The Programmes Committee
        may decline prospective projects due to a variety of reasons, e.g. an inappropriate level of complexity,
        insufficient content or a conflict of interest. The reasons for the decline of any projects will be
        communicated to you.

        If you have sourced a project you are deemed to have made a commitment to that project. If a project
        cannot proceed due to circumstances beyond your control either before it begins or during the project
        timeframe then you will receive some assistance to help you secure a new project or to complete a
        modified project. This will be negotiated with you on a case-by-case basis and the Head of School must
        be notified in writing by you as soon as you become aware of a problem.

        Tutorial hours
        You will meet with the academic supervisor for up to one hour per week, or by negotiation with the
        academic supervisor. This meeting ensures that the project is progressing in accordance with the
        prescribed milestones and enables discussion of any issues/problems that may arise. You are
        responsible for any extra learning that is required to complete the project.

        Management of the project
        The overall management of the project is your responsibility, and you must keep all parties informed
        of any issues that arise that may affect the outcome of the project. This includes regular meetings with
        the project sponsor.

        Assessment
        The industry based project will be documented as required by UCOL policy and procedures for off-site
        practical work based components.

        Health and Safety
        All matters related to issues of health and safety are detailed in the UCOL Student Guidebook 2018.

        Programme Materials and Costs
        All materials and textbooks needed to complete this paper will be accessible through Moodle, Safari
        or the UCOL library.

        Note: All equipment and books belonging to UCOL must be returned and debts settled before you can
        receive your certificate.

        Textbooks
        The required and recommended reading material will be specified in the Course Outline on Moodle at
        the beginning of the semester. Students will online resources to increase their knowledge and
        awareness of the subject material. The library is also a source of information and guidance in the use
        of academic referencing and writing techniques. Students engage with the library staff, throughout
        their studies, with the objective of learning and developing their referencing skills and their general
        academic writing skills.

        To support students who may choose to study off campus, all of the formal material provided in face-
        to-face sessions will be available on Moodle.

        Staff Studios
        The staff studio is 1-1-32. There is a telephone outside the door which you can use to contact lecturers.



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Programme Assessment
        Assessment Methodology

        Assessment in this degree is achievement-based and achievement is described by grades in accordance
        with the UCOL Academic Statute.

        Grading Scale

        The grading scale used in this programme is:

        A (+/-)             Pass with Distinction
        B (+/-)             Pass with Merit
        C (+/-)             Pass
        D                   Fail
        E                   Fail
        F                   Ungraded Fail (no assessment undertaken)
        DNC                 Did not complete both all compulsory assessments for a course and CAR
        (Grade) (AEG)       Aegrotat Pass
        CR                  Credit gained through the recognition of prior learning
        W                   Withdrawn
        R                   Restricted Pass
        CO                  Conceded Pass
        CP                  Conditional Pass

        The following percentages for each grade shall be used:

        A+                  85 – 100
        A                   80 – 84
        A-                  75 – 79
        B+                  70 – 74
        B                   65 – 69
        B-                  60 – 64
        C+                  55 – 59
        C                   50 – 54
        D                   40 – 49
        E                   0 – 39
        F                   Ungraded Fail

        A student must achieve a C grade (50-54) or higher in order to successfully pass each course.

        Assessment of students is used to:
                Structure and facilitate learning
                Evaluate content and teaching
                Motivate students
                Grade achievement level
                Determine student progress through the year and onto the following year

        Each course will have a minimum of 3 and generally a maximum of 5 pieces of assessment.




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In determining the assessment techniques adopted for each course, lecturers will take into
        consideration the purpose of the course and the way in which these contribute to the overall
        programme objectives.

        Te Reo Māori
        UCOL acknowledges the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and endorses the right of its students to
        use Te Reo Māori in assessments. If you are fluent in Te Reo and wish to be assessed in it, you should
        inform your lecturers of this at the beginning of the programme. See Assessment in Te Reo Māori
        Procedure.

        Schedule of Assessment
        The individual paper outlines contain details of the assessment intended for each paper. The
        assessment schedule for each paper is distributed to you at the start of the paper (provided at the
        beginning of each semester). The schedule contains the type, date and time of each assessment.

        Conduct During Assessments
        During your study, you are expected to observe and comply with the Academic Statute and all
        programme regulations. Plagiarism or cheating is not tolerated. Academic dishonesty includes:
             Copying from or inappropriate communicating with another person during an exam or
               assessment
             Possessing any unauthorised material during an exam or assessment
             Submitting any work for assessment that is not your own and whose author has not been
               acknowledged
             Copying another’s work
             Collaborating with others in the preparation of material, except where this is an assessment
               requirement
             Resubmitting work without prior written approval of the lecturer

        Turnitin, or a similar programme, may be used to determine whether you have committed academic
        dishonesty. Also, see Conduct of Examinations and Assessments Procedure.

        Part VIII of the Academic Statute outlines the disciplinary proceedings that apply should you breach
        these rules.

        Extensions

        Extensions for an assessment can only be granted prior to the assessment due date in exceptional
        circumstances. These circumstances may include:

                Sickness – in which case a medical certificate must be presented to the lecturer.
                Bereavement – in which case the lecturer must be informed as soon as possible.
                Extenuating circumstances – these circumstances must be explained to the lecturer and proof
                 may be required.

        An application for an extension must be submitted to your lecturer in writing using the Appendix 2 –
        Request for Extension form at the back of this handbook. It can also be made in electronic form via
        email which must include all the information required by the form.

        You will receive notification of the outcome once your lecturer has reached a decision. Extensions will
        be for seven (7) days only unless stated otherwise.




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Where an extension has been granted, and the extension deadline has been met, no penalties will
        apply. Your assessment will be marked and feedback provided in the same way as if the assessment
        was submitted on the original date and time.

        Penalties for Late Submissions
        The following conditions apply to all late submissions of assessments that do not have an approved
        extension:
             All assessment work received after the due date and time, and not subject to a lecturer-
                approved extension, will attract a penalty
             The penalty for late submission is the deduction of 10% of the mark achieved for each day
                beyond the due date for submission
             The penalty is applied for a maximum of five (5) days
             An assessment received after one week from the due date for submission will be returned
                unmarked and a zero (0) grade will be entered
             No late submissions may be accepted after marked assessments have been returned to
                students, unless it can be determined that there will be no advantage to the student
                submitting the late assessment or disadvantage to students who have submitted the work on
                time

        Reconsideration of Results
        If you believe that your assessment has been incorrectly assessed, you can apply to your lecturer for
        a reconsideration of result within five (5) days of the return of the assessment. You must apply in
        writing using the Appendix 3 – Request for Reconsideration of Result form at the back of this handbook.
        You may be charged a fee for this process.

        Your result may be unchanged, raised or lowered following reconsideration. The reconsidered result
        will be recorded as the final result. However, you still have the right to appeal this result in accordance
        with the Academic Statute.

        Resubmits and Resits
        An assessment resit will earn a maximum grade of 50%.

        Students will have a limited number of resit opportunities depending on level, these are:
             A total of four resits at level 5 (across all eight courses)
             A total of two resits at level 6 (across eight courses)
             A total of one resit at level 7 (across five courses, I302 is excluded)

        Resits beyond those specified above may be granted in exceptional circumstances on a case-by-case
        by the Head of School.

        Resits for assessments will only be available to students at the end of each semester where the
        following conditions are met:

                The student has failed a course with a final grade on 30% or higher
                Gaining 50% on a single given assessment within the course will result in a grade of 50% or
                 higher for the course overall
                Only one resit is used per course

        Where a practical demonstration is required as part of an assessment, there may be an opportunity
        for a reattempt of that demonstration. Students may be given a maximum of two attempts for a




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practical demonstration assessment. These practical demonstrations reattempts are separate from
        the end of semester resits mentioned above.

        Because of the applied nature of the degree, terms may be specified in individual course outlines
        which require students to pass the practical component in order to meet the pass criteria for the
        course overall. Terms in individual course outlines may also exclude the above mentioned resit
        provisions (e.g. multiple week assessed group work where a resit is not possible).

        Special Passes

        If through illness, accident, bereavement or other exceptional circumstances beyond your control, you
        are unable to complete an assessment or programme, you can apply for a Special Pass.

        The four types of Special Passes are:

                Aegrotat Pass: awarded when you are unable to present work for assessment at the time it is
                 due, you are unable to attend a test or examination, or your performance is seriously impaired
                 in a test or examination
                Conceded Pass: awarded when you have otherwise reached an acceptable standard in the
                 programme but have narrowly failed one course, thus affecting your ability to complete the
                 qualification
                Conditional Pass: awarded when you have marginally failed to meet the required academic
                 standard but in all other aspects have demonstrated an ability to meet it
                Restricted Pass: awarded when you have marginally failed to meet the required academic
                 standard for the course and, if awarded, does not qualify you to enrol in a subsequent
                 course/programme for which a pass in the original course is a pre-requisite

        If you are interested in requesting a Special Pass, contact your lecturer. Programme curriculum
        regulations and other conditions may apply.

        Academic Appeals
        The academic appeals process is outlined in Part IX of the Academic Statute.

        Inability to Meet Programme Requirements
        Under certain circumstances, an individual study contract may be drawn up to encourage you to meet
        programme requirements. Any failure to meet this contract may result in you being asked to leave the
        programme.

        If you have a serious health problem or other personal circumstances that impact on your ability to
        meet programme requirements, please inform your Lecturer.

        Remember, if you are having difficulties with your programme there are ways UCOL can help you. If
        you do decide to withdraw, you must complete a Change of Circumstances Form. These can be
        obtained from the Information Centre.




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Pathways Diagram

                                                       Basic Computing
                                                       Skills Levels 1-4
                                                       (Non-Assessed)



                                                     New Zealand Certificate
                                                         in Computing
                                                      (Intermediate User)
                                                            Level 3




                                                     New Zealand Certificate
                                                         in Information
                                                      Technology Essentials
                                                             Level 4
             School of Business and ICT Programmes




                                                               New Zealand Diploma in Information
                                                                  Technology Technical Support
                                                                            Level 5




                                                      Bachelor of Information and Communications
                                                             Technology (Applied) Level 7




                                                      Graduate Diploma in Information and Communications
                                                                  Technology (Applied) Level 7

                                                         (Computer Networks or Software Development)




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Student Responsibilities
        Academic Responsibilities
        All students at UCOL are expected and required not to do any one or more of the following things for
        any examination or assessment:
              Copy from or inappropriately communicate with another person
              Possess any unauthorised material such as books, printed or written paper, electronic material
                or any other material
              Plagiarise the work of another without indicating that the ideas and/or words are not the
                student’s own
              Collaborate with others in the preparation of material, except where this has been approved
                as an assessment requirement
              Resubmit prior work without prior written approval of the programme staff
              Use any other unfair means

        Non-academic Responsibilities
        All students at UCOL (whether on UCOL premises or at a UCOL activity off campus) are expected and
        required to behave at all times in a reasonable and lawful manner in the circumstances.

        Without limiting the first statement, you are required:
            To observe all UCOL health and safety rules
            To treat all people (whilst on UCOL premises or at a UCOL activity off campus), including UCOL
               staff and students, in a lawful manner in the circumstances and with respect and consideration
            To attend UCOL course activities and tuition without the influence of alcohol and/or unlawful
               substances
            To take reasonable care not to damage or destroy UCOL resources and to use all UCOL
               resources in accordance with UCOL’s directions
            Not to harass any person whilst on UCOL premises or at a UCOL activity off campus
            Not to discriminate against any person in a way which is unlawful
            To act in a manner that maintains your well-being and that of other staff and students at UCOL

        Quick Links
        Further information is available at:
             Academic Statute
             Student Discipline Statute (Non-academic)
             Student Health and Safety Obligations Policy
             Student Health and Emergency Procedure




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Appendix 1 – Study Contract
        Student Name:

        Date:

        I hereby acknowledge that I have received, read and understand the contents of my student
        handbook.

        In signing this agreement, I agree to abide by the rules and conditions stated within that handbook. I
        understand that, should I breach any of the above mentioned rules, I may be subject to disciplinary
        action. I understand that if I wish to withdraw from part or all of my programme or my
        circumstances change in other ways that affect my programme, it is my responsibility to complete a
        Change of Circumstances form and to submit it immediately to Student Information.


        Signed:




        I have explained any areas of concern or confusion expressed regarding the rules and conditions
        stated in the student handbook. I am assured that the student understands his/her obligations as a
        student on this programme.


        Lecturer Name:

        Date Received:

        Signed:




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Appendix 2 – Request for Extension
        Student Name:

        Date:

        I would like to request an extension for the submission of assessment for the following:

        Programme:

        Paper:

        Test/Assessment:

        Date Due:

        Reason for Requesting Extension:




        I declare that the information given is correct and true.

        Signed:


        Lecturer Name:

        Date Received:

        Decision:                  Declined / Approved (circle one) for ______ day(s)

        Reason Declined:




        Note:
            Requests must be made prior to the due date.
            Extensions will be for seven (7) days only unless stated otherwise.
            Extensions will only be issued to those who have genuine reasons for not being able to
              complete assessments.



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Appendix 3 – Request for Reconsideration of
        Result
        Student Name:

        Date:

        Programme:

        Paper:

        Test/Assessment:

        I request reconsideration of my result for the above test/assessment.

        I understand that the mark I receive from this reconsideration will appear on my final transcript.

        Yours sincerely


        Signed:

        Note: This request must be made within five (5) days of receiving your original result.




        Lecturer Name:

        Date Received:




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Appendix 4 – Request for Resubmit / Resit
          Student Name:

          Date:

          Programme:

          Paper:

          Test/Assessment:

          Date Due:

          Reason for Requesting Resubmit/Resit:




          Supporting Documentation Attached:

          Medical certificate      
          Employer                 
          Other (specify)

          Signed:



          Lecturer Name:

          Date Received:

          Decision:                Declined / Approved (circle one)

          Reason Declined:




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