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ITGS Internal Assessment Project 
Criterion E 
Product Development 
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Objectives for Today 
• Understand how to document development 
• Start development of product 
• Update Criteria C - Sche...
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Remember! 
• You must develop the product that you 
specified in Criteria B. Your final product 
will be assessed against ...
Criterion E: Three Complex Techniques 
– Explain the complex techniques you used 
– Evidence with screenshots 
– Justify y...
Criterion E: Suggested Structure 
Complex technique 1 (name it) 
• What you did (the major steps) 
• Screenshots for each ...
Criterion E – Example 
Images and text Copyright © Michelle Wieser
Criterion E – Example 
Images and text Copyright © Michelle Wieser
Criterion E – Example 
Images and text Copyright © Michelle Wieser
Criterion E – Example 
(Justification here could 
definitely be stronger) 
Images and text Copyright © Michelle Wieser
Criterion E – Finally 
• List your techniques at the top of Criteria E 
• Recommended word count = ~1000 words 
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Next Steps 
• Begin product development (follow your 
plans from B and D!) 
• Take screenshots as you go 
• Update criteri...
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ITGS Project - Criterion E - Product Development

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An overview of the ITGS internal assessment project Criterion E - Product Development. Explains to students how to correctly document the process of product development, and use screenshots to demonstrate and justify the three complex techniques.

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ITGS Project - Criterion E - Product Development

  1. 1. ITGS Internal Assessment Project Criterion E Product Development Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  2. 2. Objectives for Today • Understand how to document development • Start development of product • Update Criteria C - Schedule Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  3. 3. Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  4. 4. Remember! • You must develop the product that you specified in Criteria B. Your final product will be assessed against those requirements. • You must demonstrate / document your three complex techniques Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  5. 5. Criterion E: Three Complex Techniques – Explain the complex techniques you used – Evidence with screenshots – Justify your choice of techniques – Cite any sources used to assist you Note: This is not a user manual for your product or the software you have used. Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  6. 6. Criterion E: Suggested Structure Complex technique 1 (name it) • What you did (the major steps) • Screenshots for each step • Why this technique was needed / appropriate (justification) Complex technique 2 (name it) • Etc.. Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  7. 7. Criterion E – Example Images and text Copyright © Michelle Wieser
  8. 8. Criterion E – Example Images and text Copyright © Michelle Wieser
  9. 9. Criterion E – Example Images and text Copyright © Michelle Wieser
  10. 10. Criterion E – Example (Justification here could definitely be stronger) Images and text Copyright © Michelle Wieser
  11. 11. Criterion E – Finally • List your techniques at the top of Criteria E • Recommended word count = ~1000 words Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  12. 12. Next Steps • Begin product development (follow your plans from B and D!) • Take screenshots as you go • Update criteria C as you go All ITGS project work must use the forms provided. Do not change the file names or the file format! Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0

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