Good practice guides and tip sheets have been developed to support quality in both curriculum design and teaching practice. Good
practice guides provide a pedagogical overview and tip sheets provide you with practical strategies and ideas for implementation. Links to assessment-related resources are provided below.
The SAM is located in the Assessment module in each topic:
It shows any available SAM for your topic. If 'not available' appears in the 'Link to SAM' column, this means your SAM has either not been created or is currently in draft format and not yet published.
Click the title of the Statement Assessment Methods you would like to edit
Click on Edit this version under Actions
In Editing mode, navigate through the SAM with the buttons at the bottom of each page, or by clicking the section links in the menu on the right
Note: It is not necessary to click Save and Continue each time you navigate between sections. Once you have made all the changes, click the Save button in the top right corner.
A window will pop up displaying the options: Submit for moderation, Save draft and Cancel.
Once your SAM has been moderated and approved it will then be published to your topic.
Modifying a rejected SAM
Go to My resources > Moderation queue to find rejected SAM
Click on Show comment to view comments made from moderators
Click on the SAM title to visit the summary page
On the SAM summary page, click on Moderation history to view the SAM’s editing, moderating process, and any comments.
To edit a rejected SAM, click on Redraft this version.
To submit a rejected SAM for moderation, click the Save and exit button in the top right corner, then click on Submit for moderation. Alternatively, you can click on Save draft to save your work for later.
Who to contact for help
For help updating your SAM (FLEX-related queries), please refer to the SAM contact in your College
For academic or policy-related questions, please refer to your College Dean (Education) or College Assessment Policy Working Group rep