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School of Accounting & Finance




ACCY342: #p#分页标题#e#Auditing And Assurance Services
Subject Outline
6 credit points




Subject Information

Summer 2008/2009
Wollongong

Lecture Information

Pre-requisites/Co-requisites: ACCY201 Financial Accounting IIB
Online Subject Material: elearning site

Teaching Staff
Position Name#p#分页标题#e# Telephone Email Room Consultation Times
Lecturer Mr Graham Bowrey 4221-3858 gbowrey@uow.edu.au#p#分页标题#e# 40.311 Mon – 12.30 to 2.30
Wed – 12.30 to 2.30
Tutor Ms Geyi (Shirley) Xu sxu@uow.edu.au By appointment



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Copyright
Commonwealth of Australia

Copyright Regulations 1969

© 2008 University of Wollongong

The original material prepared for this guide is covered by copyright. Apart from fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism or review, as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission.



Table of Contents

Section A: General Information
Learning Outcomes and Graduate Qualities
Student Learning Outcomes
Subject Description
Commerce Purpose and Graduate Qualities
Readings, References and Materials
Major Text(s)
Recommended Background and Further Reading
Lectures, Tutorials and Attendance Requirements
Lecture Times
Lecture Program
Tutorial/Seminar/Workshop Times
Tutorial/Seminar/Workshop Program
Attendance Requirements#p#分页标题#e#
Recent Improvements to Subject

Section B: Assessment
Assessment Summary
Assessment 1: Mid Session Exam
Assessment 2: Individual Written Assignment
Assessment 3: Final Exam
Performance Level
Types of Assessment and Collaboration
Submission, Retention and Collection of Written Assessment
Submitting Assessment Tasks
Collection
Retention
Scaling
Plagiarism
Referencing
Why do you need to reference?
The Harvard System of Referencing
Citation of Internet Sources

Section C: University Policies, Procedures and Student Services
University Policies
Support Services and Facilities
Learning Resource Centre
#p#分页标题#e#Faculty Librarians
Centre for Educational Development and Interactive Resources (CEDIR)
Disability Liaison Officer
Faculty Student Equity & Diversity Liaison Officer (SEDLO)
Woolyungah Indigenous Centre
Student Representatives

 


Section A: General Information
Learning Outcomes and Graduate Qualities
Student Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the role and duties of current day auditor’s and show an appreciation for the recent change in the traditional duties of auditors.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of contemporary risk and assurance approaches to audit.
3. Demonstrate a working knowledge of Australian Auditing standards and auditors’ professional and legal duties, responsibilities and legal and civil liability incorporated by recent regulatory reforms.
4. Apply concepts of assurance, compliance and business risk to the auditing process.
5. Identify, analyse and interpret red flags indicative of irregularities, including fraudulent and non-fraudulent activities, financial statement manipulation and poor corporate governance.#p#分页标题#e#
6. Consider human behaviour as an element within the audit process, giving consideration http://www.ukassignment.org/daixieEssay/daixieaozhouessay/ to the fusion framework.
7. Formulate and perform risk analysis, analytical and review processes and procedures in order to facilitate detection or refute existence of irregularities.
8. Demonstrate a working understanding of the fundamentals of information systems audit and the use of Generalised Audit Software (GAS) within the audit process.
Subject Description

This subject examines the contemporary risk and assurance approach to auditing, the collection and evaluation of audit evidence and the audit reporting process. The subject also develops an understanding of the legal environment in which the auditor works and focuses on the requirements of financial statement audit under the Corporations Law. In addition to this, the program introduces the use of computer assisted audit techniques and considers issues related to computer information systems audit.
Commerce Purpose and Graduate Qualities

Our Faculty Purpose is to inspire socially innovative commerce through research and teaching.

Based on our purpose, our Faculty has five Graduate Qualities which we aim to progressively develop in our students through learning and teaching.

Graduate Quality#p#分页标题#e# Faculty of Commerce Graduates will: Graduate Qualities Taught, Practiced or Assessed in this Subject
Informed · have gained appropriate conceptual and applied knowledge that is research-based
· have developed skills for independent thinking and life-long learning
· acknowledge the work and ideas of others
#p#分页标题#e#Innovative and Flexible · be innovative in their thinking and work practices
· be flexible in their approach
· be able to apply creativity and logical analysis to solving business and social issues

Socially Responsible · appreciate the social and ethical dimensions of business
· be able to make informed choices for the benefit of society

#p#分页标题#e#Connected · be able to work and network effectively with others
· appreciate the links between ideas and practice in domestic and international business, the public sector and community contexts
Communicators · demonstrate an effective level of interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
· show an understanding of intercultural communication practices

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These qualities have also been formulated to contribute to the UOW Graduate Qualities. Please note: this subject will not attempt to teach, practice or assess all of the Commerce graduate qualities. You can see how the Commerce and UOW Graduate Qualities are linked at http://www.uow.edu.au/commerce/current/UOW044279.html


Readings, References and Materials
Major Text(s)
Arens, A., Best, P., Shailer, G., Fielder, B., Elder, R., and Beasley, M. (2007) Auditing and Assurance Services in Australia, An Integrated Approach, Seventh Edition, Pearson Education Australia.
Auditing and Assurance Handbook (2008), please note that whilst hardcopy publications of the auditing standards are available via publishers including Pearson Education Australia, these standards are also available online via the Auditing and Assurance Standards Board website, at the following web address. http://www.auasb.gov.au/
Whilst it is mandatory for students to know the applicable auditing standards, students are not required to purchase the handbook given that the standards are available online.

Textbook details are available online from the University Bookshop at http://unishop.uow.edu.au/textbooks/
Recommended Background and Further Reading
A list of recommended readings will be available via the elearning site. It is recommended that students read these readings as it will provide additional information particularly with regards to the changing role and duties of auditors. Prior to the passing of CLERP 9, audits were very much a tick and check approach. After the implementation of CLERP 9, auditing standards now require auditors to audit for fraud and error within financial statements. Readings regarding this issue are included in the recommended readings to assist students in understanding the responsibilities that auditors carry regarding auditing for fraud. #p#分页标题#e#
This is not an exhaustive list of references. Students should also use the library catalogue and databases to locate additional resources.


Lectures, Tutorials and Attendance Requirements
Lecture Times

Lectures:
Monday lectures From 9.30am to 11.30am 20.LT2
Wednesday lectures From 9.30am to 11.30am 20.LT4
Friday lectures From 9.30am to 11.30am 20.LT4
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Lecture Program

Date Topics Covered Readings
1 Friday
12/12/2008 #p#分页标题#e#Emergency Evacuation Procedures
Auditing an Introduction and Audit Reports Chapter 1 - 3
2 Monday
15/12/2008
Audit responsibility and corporate governance Chapter 4 & 5

Leung and Cooper, (2003) The Mad Hatter’s corporate tea party, Managerial Auditing Journal, 18/6/7, pg 505-516

#p#分页标题#e#3 Wednesday
17/12/2008
Audit planning, documentation and audit evidence Chapter 6 & 7
4 Friday
19/12/2008
Assessing internal control and understanding control risk Chapter 8 & 9
#p#分页标题#e#5 Monday
22/12/2008 Auditing for fraud and using IT in the audit process Chapter 10 & 11
24/12/2008 (Wednesday) Mid-session Recess#p#分页标题#e#
6 5/01/2009
Monday The audit plan and the audit program. Chapter 12 & 13
7 7/01/2009
Wednesday Audit of sales and collections cycle.

#p#分页标题#e#Mid Session Exam (2nd hour)
Chapter 14
8 9/01/2009 Friday Audit Sampling and Audit of the acquisition and payment cycle Chapter 15 & 16
9 12/01/2009
Monday Audit of the inventory and payroll cycle Chapter 16
#p#分页标题#e#10 14/01/2009
Wednesday Audit of Transaction cycles
Individual written assignment due Chapter 17
11 16/01/2009
Friday Audit of accounting cycles (continued) Chapter 17
#p#分页标题#e#12 19/01/2009
Monday Audit completion and communication Chapter 18
13 21/01/2009
Wednesday Revision
#p#分页标题#e# 26/01/2009 - 30/01/2008 Study Recess
02/02/2009 - 06/02/2009 Examinations
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The above program may be subject to change.
Tutorial Times

Tutorials, which start on Friday 12th December 2008, will be held in afternoons on the same days as the lectures. Refer below for details.

Information on tutorial times and room allocations can be found at http://www.uow.edu.au/student/timetables/index.html

Tutorial Program

Week Commencing Tutorial Questions Readings#p#分页标题#e#
1 Friday
12/12/2008 Emergency Evacuation Procedures
Case Studies Case Studies
2 Monday
15/12/2008
Q 2.19, 2.20
Q 3.13, 3.14, 3.21 Chapter 1 – 3
#p#分页标题#e#3 Wednesday
17/12/2008
Q 4.18, 4.19, 4.20, 4.26
Q 5.21, 5.26 Chapter 4 & 5
4 Friday
19/12/2008
Q 6.20, 6.21, 6.35
Q 7.23, 7.29 Chapter 6 & 7
#p#分页标题#e#5 Monday
22/12/2008 Q 8.24, 8.32, 8.34
Q 9.23, 9.24, 9.27
Chapter 8 & 9
24/12/2008 (Wednesday) Mid-session Recess#p#分页标题#e#
6 5/01/2009
Monday Q 10.20, 10.22, 10.29
Q 11.17, 11.18, 11.21 Chapter 10 & 11
7 7/01/2009
Wednesday Q 12.20, 12.21, 12.32
Q 13.21, 13.22, 13.31 Chapter 12 & 13
#p#分页标题#e#8 9/01/2009 Friday Q. 14.17, 14.18, 14.19, 14.30, 14.32
Chapter 14
9 12/01/2009
Monday Q 15.46, 15.47, 15.54, 15.57, 15.59
#p#分页标题#e# Chapter 15 & 16
10 14/01/2009
Wednesday Q 16.25, 16.26, 16.29, 16.30, 16.33,
16.37, 16.39, 16.47 Chapter 16
11 16/01/2009
Friday Q 17.24, 17.25, 17.30, 17.32, 17.33
#p#分页标题#e# Chapter 17
12 19/01/2009
Monday Q 17.26, 17.27, 17.28, 17.35, 17.38,
17.40, 17.41 Chapter 17
13 21/01/2009
Wednesday Q 18.20, 18.21, 18.22, 18.23, 18.24,
18.33 Chapter 18
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The above program may be subject to change.
Attendance Requirements

Students are expected to attend all lectures and tutorials. Attendance records will be kept for both the lectures and tutorials.

Participation/Contribution to Tutorials/Seminars/Workshops

Students may fail the subject unless they attend 80% of lectures and tutorials in the subject. This requirement may be waived subject to satisfying the conditions of the Student Academic Consideration Policy. (See Section C).


Recent Improvements to Subject

The Faculty of Commerce is committed to continual improvement in teaching and learning. In assessing teaching and learning practices in a subject, the Faculty takes into consideration student feedback from many sources. These sources include direct student feedback to tutors and lecturers, feedback through Commerce Central, responses to the Subject and Course Evaluation Surveys. These important student responses are used to make ongoing changes to subjects and courses. This information is also used to inform systemic comprehensive reviews of subjects and courses.

 


Section B: Assessment

Assessment Summary
#p#分页标题#e#Assessment Item Form of Assessment %
Assessment 1 Mid Session Examination 20% of Total marks
Assessment 2 Individual Written Assignment #p#分页标题#e#20% of Total marks
Assessment 3 Final Examination 60% of Total marks
TOTAL MARKS 100%

Assessment 1: Mid Session Exam
#p#分页标题#e#Title Mid Session Exam
Marking criteria Marks awarded for most correct response to multiple choice questions
Graduate Qualities Assessed Informed
Length 50 Questions, 1 hour duration
#p#分页标题#e#Weighting 20 %
Due date 7/01/2009 (Wednesday) During the second hour of the lecture
Type of Assessment and Collaboration
Style and format: Multiple Choice
#p#分页标题#e#Where assignment is to be returned Results will be made available to students on eLearning space by Monday 12th January 2009.
Detailed information: Will cover course content covered in lectures, readings and tutorial work up to and including lecture 5.


Assessment 2: Individual Written Assignment
Title Individual written assignment
#p#分页标题#e#Marking criteria Details provided in Lecture 1 (12th December 2008)
Graduate Qualities Assessed Informed and Socially Responsible
Length 2,000 words
Weighting 20 %
#p#分页标题#e#Due date 14/01/2009 at beginning of Lecture 10
Type of Assessment and Collaboration
Style and format: This assignment requires the student to complete an academic style essay (not a report).

Generally, this assessment task must be word processed, in size 12 font using double-line spacing with a left margin of 5cm.

The Faculty of Commerce uses the Harvard system of referencing. Please refer to the referencing statement on page 13.

Where assignment is to be submitted Assignments are to be submitted at the beginning of Lecture 10 (14th January 2009)

A Faculty of Commerce assignment cover sheet must be attached to each piece of written assessment task. This cover sheet can be obtained from the website: http://www.uow.edu.au/commerce/cc/index.html#p#分页标题#e# Students should ensure they receive a receipt of submission and retain this for proof of submission.

Where assignment is to be returned During tutorials on 21st January 2009
Detailed information: Students are required to select, (by reference to at least two media articles), an issue that has called into question one or more of the fundamental principles of professional ethics of auditors in the undertaking of an audit of an Australian company.

In the majority of cases the auditors will be suspected of not performing their duties correctly which inturn may be linked to the failure or the financial stress of an organisation.

1. The media articles, which may be from any Australian newspaper, need to have been published no earlier than January 2007.
2. The media articles are to relate to an ASX listed Australian company.
#p#分页标题#e#3. Students are expected to:
a. identify and discuss the fundamental principle(s) of professional ethics called into question in the media articles, as well as identify and discuss the applicable audit standard(s) and section(s) of the Corporations Act;
b. discuss the issue of audit expectation gap and whether or not this gap is evident in and has contributed to the media articles;
c. refer predominately to academic journals, the accounting standards and the auditing standards to support the views expressed in their assignment. Less than ten appropriate academic references would be considered insufficient.

 


Assessment 3: Final Exam
#p#分页标题#e#Title Final Exam
Marking criteria Marks awarded for correct technical knowledge and understanding of theoretical concepts
Graduate Qualities Assessed Informed, Innovative & Flexible, Socially Responsible, Connected, Communicators
Length #p#分页标题#e#3 hours 15 minutes
Weighting 60 %
Due date The final examination date will be confirmed during the course of the subject and published on SOLS 3 to 4 weeks before the examination period.
Type of Assessment and Collaboration
Style and format: #p#分页标题#e#The exam will involve both short answer questions as well as essay style questions.
Detailed information: Further advice about content and approach will be given in lectures and on eLearning space towards the end of the course.



Performance Level
Students are expected to complete all assessment tasks for this subject. The minimum performance requirements for this subject are
Please note students are required to attend at 80% of lectures and tutorials, failing to do so results in students failing to meet the compulsory assessment criteria required to successfully complete the course.
Undertake adequate tutorial preparation and participation.
Sit for the Mid-Session Exam
Submit an individual written assignment as per the above directions
Sit for the final examination and achieve a mark of at least 50%;
Gain an overall mark of at least 50%.
Unless special consideration has been granted assessments submitted after the due date will be penalised at the rate of 20% of mark given per day or part thereof. The operation of this rule will not result in a negative mark being carried forward but may result in a zero mark being awarded. #p#分页标题#e#

Students must submit all assessment work, apart from the final exam, by the COB on Friday 23rd January 2009, even in situations where the student is ineligible to receive a mark for the work completed.
Where a student

Failure to complete all assessment tasks will normally result in failure of the entire subject, other marks notwithstanding.

Where a student gains a mark of 45 or greater and does not meet a specified level in the assessment task required to pass this subject a Technical Fail grade be used. Where Technical Fail is given the following applies:
a failure of the subject;
b. TF (Technical Fail) without a mark will be granted;
c. A TF will be presented on the student’s Academic Transcript; and
d. The allocated mark of 44 will be used as the WAM calculation for subjects at all levels.

In line with University grading regulations, the grades of performance in this subject are as follows:
Grades of performance for 100, 200, 300 and 400 level subjects

The approved grades of performance and associated ranges of marks for 100, 200, 300 and 400 level subjects are as follows:



Satisfactory completion:

High Distinction........................................................................... 85% to 100%
Distinction................................................................................... 75% to 84%#p#分页标题#e#
Credit.......................................................................................... 65% to 74%
Pass........................................................................................... 50% to 64%
Pass Restricted (for 100 &........................................................... 45% to 49%
200 Level subjects only) or
Pass Conceded

Students should note that a Pass Conceded, Pass Terminating or Pass Restricted grade at 300-level in any required subject for the selected major area does not satisfy degree requirements. Subjects satisfactorily completed at a Pass Conceded or Pass Restricted grade may comprise no more than one sixth of the minimum credit point value of a course.

Unsatisfactory completion:

Fail............................................................................................... 0% to 44%


Types of Assessment and Collaboration

Collaboration between students during the preparation of subject assessment tasks or case studies is only permitted dependent upon the category of assessment task declared by the subject coordinator and as printed in the Subject Outline.

Type 1 – Take Home Exams: No collaboration of any kind is permitted between students or anyone else during formation and preparation of the contents of the student submission.

Type 2 – Group Work: Collaboration is permitted between students in the same group but not with students in other groups.#p#分页标题#e#

Type 3 – Individual Assessment: Collaboration is permitted between students only in the form of general discussion pertaining to relevant concepts or potential issues to be dealt with in completing the assessment. However, collaboration must not proceed to the point where it contributes directly to the final submission produced by the student. Joint planning of the actual contents of a student’s submission is not permitted. Where the assessment requires formulation of a set of recommendations, a problem solution, or a specific course of action, collaboration is not permitted during their formulation. Needless to say, collaboration is not permitted during the actual preparation and writing of the student submission.

Type 4 – Open Assessment: Collaboration with other students is permitted, subject to the normal rules governing plagiarism. That is, direct use of ideas contributed by others must be acknowledged.

Submission, Retention and Collection of Written Assessment
Assessed work must be handed in by the date and time listed under each assessment task. All assessment tasks must represent the enrolled student’s own ORIGINAL work and must not have been previously submitted for assessment in any formal course of study.

If a student does not attend a required in-session test/examination, and also fails to produce satisfactory medical or other reasons for this (see Section C: Student Academic Consideration Policy), a deferred examination will NOT be offered, and the student may be deemed to have failed the subject, other marks notwithstanding.
Submitting Assessment Tasks
Students are required to submit original work which will provide a basis for the certification of competence this subject. These assessments may include. examinations, tests, take-home examinations, quizzes, assignments, essays, laboratory reports, demonstrations, folio of creative works, performances, tutorial presentation and participation.

A Faculty of Commerce assignment cover sheet must be attached to each piece of written assessment task. This cover sheet can be obtained from the website: #p#分页标题#e#http://www.uow.edu.au/commerce/cc/index.html Students should ensure they receive a receipt of submission and retain this for proof of submission.

Faxing, Posting and Emailing Assessment Work
Students may not e-mail or fax assessment tasks unless specifically requested by or with the prior approval of the subject coordinator.

Late Submission of Assessment Tasks
Assessed work handed in late will be penalised by the deduction of 20 percent of the maximum possible mark for that assessment per working day or part thereof. The operation of this rule will not result in a negative mark being carried forward.

This penalty for late submission may be waived upon presentation of a medical certificate of illness for a relevant period, or upon evidence of untoward or approved circumstances that fall under the Student Academic Consideration Policy (See Section C).
Collection
Assessment items will normally be returned to students within three (3) weeks of the due date. Assessment tasks which are relevant to the final examination for the subject will be marked and available for collection prior to the study week before the final examination.
Retention
The Faculty of Commerce will retain appropriate records in line with the State Records Act 1998 (NSW), other relevant legislation, standards and University of Wollongong policies.
Scaling
Marks awarded for any assessment task or part of any assessment task, including an examination may be subject to scaling at the end of the session. Marks will be scaled only when unpredicted circumstances occur and in order to ensure fairness of marking across groups of students. The method of scaling will be depend on the type of scaling required by the circumstances. When scaling is deemed necessary, it will follow a detailed consideration by the Unit Assessment Committee and/or the Faculty Assessment Committee of the marks of the group of students concerned. Scaling will not affect any individual student’s rank order within their cohort. For more information please refer to Assessment Guidelines – Scaling #p#分页标题#e#http://www.uow.edu.au/about/teaching/scaling.html for details
Plagiarism
Students are responsible for submitting original work for assessment, without plagiarising or cheating, abiding by the University’s policy on plagiarism as set out in the University Handbook under Universities Policy Directory and in Faculty Handbooks and subject guides. Plagiarism has led to expulsion from the University.

Students should visit the following University website and become familiar with the University’s policy on Plagiarism http://www.uow.edu.au/handbook/courserules/plagiarism.html
Referencing
Why do you need to reference?
At University it is necessary to acknowledge the sources of information and ideas that you have incorporated in your assessment tasks. Failure to do this thoroughly may result in accusations of plagiarism: this is the academic equivalent of stealing (because by not acknowledging someone else's work, you are presenting it as your own). Plagiarism is taken very seriously by the University and may result in expulsion from the University.

Referencing is not only about acknowledging other people's work: accurate referencing and lists of references are beneficial when researching a topic as they allow the reader to follow up information and read further into the area. In a sense, references provide readers with clues to help them explore different avenues of a topic. This aspect of referencing will become more valuable to you as you progress in your studies.

There is a correct procedure that must be followed when referencing and using footnotes. Not complying with these set techniques and format will most likely result in loss of marks. When writing an essay it is easiest to reference as you go, making sure you are writing down all relevant information. This will save hours trying to find the source again in the library.#p#分页标题#e#
The Harvard System of Referencing
The Faculty of Commerce uses the Harvard system of referencing. This system makes use of short references within the body of the text. It is supplemented by a detailed list of references at the end of the text, which provides all the information necessary to find the source material. In-text references include the author and year of publication, and where necessary the page number(s).

It is the responsibility of students to ensure that they are familiar with the Harvard system of referencing and that they use it accurately in all written work submitted.

Students should consult the following University Library website for a detailed explanation and examples of the Harvard system of referencing http://www.library.uow.edu.au/resourcesbytopic/UOW026621.html
Citation of Internet Sources
It is necessary for students to reference all sources used in their written work, including file transfer protocol sites, worldwide web sites, telnet sites, synchronous communications (MOOs, MUDs, IRC, etc.) GOPHER sites, and email, Listserv and Newsgroup citations.

It is the responsibility of students to ensure that they are familiar with the accepted Faculty of Commerce practice for referencing electronic material and that they use it accurately in all written work submitted.

Students should consult the following University Library website for a detailed explanation and examples of how to reference electronic material http://www.library.uow.edu.au/resourcesbytopic/UOW026629.html


 

 

Section C: University Policies, Procedures and Student Services

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University Policies
Information on the following University Policies can be found at the websites below:

Academic Grievance Policy (Coursework and Honours Students)

Acknowledgement Practice/Plagiarism

Animal Research Guidelines

Code of Practice - Teaching and Assessment

Code of Practice – Honours

Code of Practice – Practical Placements

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Code of Practice – Students

Course Progress Policy

Graduate Qualities Policy

Human Research Ethics Guidelines

Intellectual Property Policy

Non-Discriminatory Language Practice and Presentation

Occupational Health and Safety

Policy on Ethical Objection by Students to the Use of Animal and Animal Products in Coursework Subjects

Rules for Student Conduct and Discipline and associated Procedures

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Student Academic Consideration Policy

Support Services and Facilities
Learning Resource Centre
The Learning Resource Centre (LRC), is located IN Building 19, Ground Floor, Room G102, or Phone 02 4221 3977. For further information visit the website: http://www.uow.edu.au/student/services/ld/
Faculty Librarians
Each faculty has a Faculty Librarian who is available to help with research related enquiries. Research Help Desk staff are also available in the Library to assist with research needs.

The Faculty Librarians for Commerce can be contacted by phone on 02 4221 3078 or by email lib_commerce@uow.edu.au.

Centre for Educational Development and Interactive Resources (CEDIR)
CEDIR’s Audiovisual Services section provides a range of AV equipment which may be booked for use in lectures, tutorials, presentations etc by current UOW students. Equipment can be booked using the Audiovisual Equipment Booking Form located on the CEDIR website http://edsnet.cedir.uow.edu.au/avbook/

Phone: (02) 42213993
Location: Bldg 20 Rm G15
Disability Liaison Officer#p#分页标题#e#
The Disability Liaison Officer (DLO) can provide advice on how particular disabilities affect university study and information on resources available at the University for assisting students with disabilities.

For further information on services offered, consult the Disability Services website or contact the office.
Website: http://www.uow.edu.au/student/services/ds/
Telephone: 02 4221 4942
Fax: 02 4221 5667
Faculty Student Equity & Diversity Liaison Officer (SEDLO)
This Officer can provide assistance and support to students with disabilities and international student advice within their Faculty. They can act as an intermediary between the student and the Faculty’s academic and general staff and work closely with the Faculty Disability Advisers and Student Services.

The Faculty of Commerce SEDLO is Ms Ann-Maree Smith and can be contacted as follows:
Telephone: 02 4221 4714
Email: ams@uow.edu.au
Location: 40.133
Woolyungah Indigenous Centre
Woolyungah Indigenous Centre (WIC) provides academic and personal support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other indigenous students.

For further information on services offered, consult the Woolyungah Indigenous Centre website or contact the office.
Telephone: 02 4221 5894
Website: http://www.uow.edu.au/wic/index.html #p#分页标题#e#
Location: 30
Student Representatives
The student representatives are elected in April of every year by Commerce students to represent them to the faculty on a wide range of issues. The Student Representatives can raise issues or concerns held by students directly with the Faculty of Commerce. Those elected for 2008 are:

 



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