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SIF Data Model Specifications (Australia)

The SIF Implementation Specification (Australia) leverages the global Specification with a custom data set for Australia. 

 

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 1.3 can be used with either 2.6 or 3.0.1 infrastructure.

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 1.4 can be used with either 2.7 or 3.0.1 infrastructure.

 

Specification Name

Data Model

Infrastructure Release Date Resources

Certification Program

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 3.4.2 3.4.2

Any 3.x

26 October 2017    

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 3.4.1

3.4.1

Any 3.x

27 April 2017    

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 3.4

3.4

Any 3.x

20 October 2016

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 1.4

1.4
(xls)

2.7 or 3.0.1

30 November 2015

Publicly hosted XML Schema for use with SIF 3.x Infrastructure.

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 1.3

1.3

3.0.1

22 December 2014

Data Model (AU) 1.3

Publicly hosted XML Schema (updated 3rd Sept 2015) for use with SIF 3.x Infrastructure.

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 1.3

1.3
(pdf) (xls)

2.6

17 April 2013

Data Model (AU) 1.3

Publicly hosted XML Schema can be found in the Data Model html file.

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 1.2

1.2

2.5

9 November 2011

Data Model (AU) 1.2

Publicly hosted XML Schema

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 1.1

1.1

23 December 2010

Publicly hosted XML Schema

SIF Implementation Specification (AU) 1.0

1.0

20 November 2009 Publicly hosted XML Schema

 

The Student Information Systems Baseline Profile (SBP) is a breakthrough agreement that defines the relationship between Students, Parents, Teachers, Schools and Classes in a digital machine readable format.  It will facilitate the next generation of online services being linked securely into a school’s systems –by reducing the complexity, cost for schools and increasing the ease for vendors.  The SBP is a ‘profile’ of the SIF Implementation Specification (AU) that takes the flexible, large SIF data model and reduces it into a single document, with a summary that can fit on one page.  To find out more information, please click here

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