CSC3047 IT Enterprise Project

This group based project involves
the development of a web-based IT Solution
to a user focused IT problem.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The following are identified as the main learning outcomes associated with the module:

REQUIREMENTS
& TESTS

Select and assess user, task and technical requirements plus tests for a given application.

UI
DESIGN

Design and develop appropriate user interfaces tailored to a domain specific application for a specific user population.

ARCHITECTURE
& DESIGN SKILLS

Demonstrate elementary IT enterprise, system and data architectural design skills

DESIGN
& DEVELOPMENT

Design and develop a web-based front-end and a databases back-end in fulfilment of user requirements.

DATA
EXCHANGE

Design and develop an inter-system exchange including the transfer and acceptance of information.

PROJECT
MANAGEMENT

Manage cost, quality, HR, communication and risk through strategic planning and project planning.

ASSESSMENT

PROPOSAL AND PROTOTYPE

15% Assessment:
Group

  • Email by 4pm on Thursday 7th December
  • Outline Proposal and basic Prototype
  • Feedback by Friday 15th December.

PRESENTATION & DEMO

10% Assessment:
Group

  • Week beginning 16th April 2018
  • 25 mins for slides/video/live demo

FINAL REPORT & SYSTEM

55% Assessment:
Group

  • Hand-in General Office 19th April 2018
  • Software system and Detailed Report

DEVELOPMENT DIARY

10% Assessment:
Individual

  • Hand-in General Office 19th April 2018
  • Reflective journal of contribution to project

APPROACH & CONTRIBUTION

10% Assessment:
Individual

  • No submission required
  • Assessment of individual contribution

Dr. Paul McMullan
Room: 03.002
Computer Science Building
18 Malone Road
Belfast
BT9 5BN

CONTACTS
Email: p.p.mcmullan@qub.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0)28 9097 4653

Please monitor the BLOG section for up-to-date information.

It is the responsibility of each student to turn up to each and every element of the module prepared and in a timely manner. If any student is experiencing difficulties they should contact Dr Paul McMullan.

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