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UC CICS Capstone Project 2013 Addenda

  1. 1. Capstone Project 2013 Addenda by Sheryl B. Satorre (iamsbsatorre@gmail.com) June 28, 2013, 2:00PM
  2. 2. Outline: 1. College VMGO CV, PEOs, SOs 2. Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs) 3. NHERA 2 Research Agenda 4. ACM Format 5. Project Team 6. Pre-Proposal Stage 7. List of Deliverables 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 2
  3. 3. CICS Vision We envision being the hub of quality, globally- competitive and socially-responsive information technology education. 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 3
  4. 4. CICS Mission We commit to continuously:  offer relevant programs that mold well- rounded computing professionals  engage in accreditation and quality standards  facilitate in building an IT-enabled nation 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 4
  5. 5. CICS Goals and Objectives We aim to cultivate a teaching-learning environment that:  promotes scholarly endeavors for the promotion of moral, social, cultural, and environmental interests;  meets the demands of the industry in terms of technical, personal and interpersonal skills;  conducts intellectual, technological and significant researches in computing; and  optimizes the use of appropriate and advanced resources and services 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 5
  6. 6. CICS Core Values  Initiative (inceptum) - wit, practicality, ingenuity  Innovation (innovatio) - technology, creativity, novelty  Service (muneris) - industry, loyalty, courtesy 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 6
  7. 7. BSIT Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) A few years after, our BSIT graduates:  become successful Information Technology practitioners and/or specialists;  develop into champions in the pursuit of lifelong learning;  uphold the standards of professionalism, corporate conduct and the UC and CICS core values; 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 7
  8. 8. BSIT Student Outcomes* Upon completing the program, the students will have: A. An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline B. An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution C. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs D. An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal *Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), Inc. Criteria for Accrediting Computing Programs 2011 – 2012 Accreditation Cycle 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 8
  9. 9. BSIT Student Outcomes* E. An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities F. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences G. An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society H. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development I. An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice. *Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), Inc. Criteria for Accrediting Computing Programs 2011 – 2012 Accreditation Cycle 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 9
  10. 10. BSIT Student Outcomes* J. An ability to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies. K. An ability to identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based systems. L. An ability to effectively integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment. M. An understanding of best practices and standards and their application. *Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), Inc. Criteria for Accrediting Computing Programs 2011 – 2012 Accreditation Cycle 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 10
  11. 11. Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs) At the end of the course, the student can: 1. demonstrate initiative, creativity, leadership, communication, project management and professional skills and competencies according to IT industry standards 2. evaluate academic literature within real-world systems and software engineering product 3. produce a comprehensive capstone project manuscript 4. integrate relevant technical and non-technical knowledge and skills acquired from the entire BSIT program 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 11
  12. 12. Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs) 5. propose a substantial capstone project study within a specified time and according to a professional standard 6. refine risk management plan and project scope or goals based on external factors 7. develop a functional software project application within a specified time and according to a professional standard 8. defend a relevant, feasible, practical and functional software application project 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 12
  13. 13. National Higher Education Research Agenda (NHERA) - 2 • developed by CHED and partner institutions/agencies with the objective of enabling our colleges and universities to produce high quality research that will advance learning and national development • NHERA - 2 (2009 – 2018) provides the policies, directions, priorities and thrusts of Philippine higher education research in the medium to long term 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 13
  14. 14. NHERA - 2 considers the following challenges and opportunities: 1. Rapid developments in ICT 2. Emergence of new fields, like:  Nanotechnology  Globalization  Knowledge-based economy 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 14
  15. 15. NHERA - 2 Objectives 1. Improve research capability of HEIs, particularly the Philippine universities whose main business is to generate knowledge towards international competitiveness; 2. Enhance research productivity of HEIs in distinctive areas of competence; 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 15
  16. 16. NHERA – 2 Objectives 3. Generate knowledge/technologies needed for  International, national, and regional higher education development  policy/plan formulation, particularly for higher education  developing innovative programs in cuttig edge higher education fields (e.g. nanotechnology, biotechnology, ICT, and materials science)  advancing the frontiers of knowledge in the discipline 4. Promote and facilitate dissemination and utilization of research outputs 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 16
  17. 17. 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 17 NHERA - 2 UC Research Agenda CICS Research Agenda Startup ideas in IT
  18. 18. ACM – Formatted Manuscript 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 18
  19. 19. Project Team • Project Manager • Systems Analyst + Database Designer • Network Designer + UI Designer • Software Engineer/Programmer • QA Tester + Technical Writer Composed of at most 5 members 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 19
  20. 20. Project Manager (PM) • The person with authority to manage a project. • The project manager is responsible for managing the budget and work plan and all Project Management Procedures (scope management, issues management, risk management, etc.) • Responsible for the success of the entire activity • Deliverables: • Schedule Feasibility (Gantt Chart) • Economic Feasibility (Cost and Benefit Analysis and Cost Recovery Scheme) if applicable • Weekly Progress Report • Implementation Plan 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 20
  21. 21. Systems Analyst (SA) • A systems analyst does research on any reported problem, plans, proposes a solution, advocates software and systems, coordinates the problem solving process, and ensures that the business standards and requirements are met. • He/she coordinates well with the PM. • Deliverables: • Requirements Specifications Documents • Technical Feasibility • Requirements Modeling (IPO, Performance, Control) 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 21
  22. 22. Database Designer (DD) • Responsible for producing and designing a detailed data model of a database, including all necessary logical and physical design elements • He/she coordinates well with the PM. • Deliverables: • Entity Relationship Diagram • Data Dictionary 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 22
  23. 23. Network Designer (ND) • Network Designer designs the network architecture and the data communication • He/she coordinates well with the SA/DD. • Deliverables: • Network Model • Network Topology 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 23
  24. 24. UI Designer (UID) • The main task of a user interface designer is to write computer code that results in a data entry interface that is easy to use and minimizes errors on the end- user side. These interfaces can include web forms, database front ends, computerized invoices and other forms as needed. • He/she coordinates well with the SA/DD. • Deliverables: • UI Designs (forms, reports) 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 24
  25. 25. Software Engineer (SE) • A software engineer is responsible for the design and implementation of a variety of software solutions. • He/she coordinates well with the SA/DD/ND/UID. • Deliverables: • Operational Feasibility (Fishbone Diagram, Functional Decomposition Diagram, List of Project Modules) • Software Output (in 3 prototypes) • Executable Code Module 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 25
  26. 26. Quality Assurance (QA) Tester • A person who ensures the quality of the software product and help find and eliminate any bugs. He determines the functionality of every aspect of a particular application. • He/she coordinates well with the SE/P. • Deliverables: • Test Plan • Test Cases • Software Testing Documentation • Weekly Status Report 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 26
  27. 27. Technical Writer (TW) • An IT technical writer composes written texts about computer systems and related items, including hardware, software and networks. • A person who finalizes the Research / Capstone Project study document, both the system and the Research / Capstone Project manuscript. • He/she coordinates well with the SE/P. • Deliverables: • Technical Manual (installation, configuration, etc.) • User Manual 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 27
  28. 28. Pre-Proposal Stage 1. Course Enrolment 2. Capstone Project Orientation 3. Short Listing of Possible Research / Capstone Projects 4. Patentability Check/Patent Searching (via ITSO) 5. Title Critiquing 6. Pre-Proposal/Title Hearing Preparations 7. Pre-Proposal Hearing 8. Deliverables: • Pre-Proposal Statement (see Appendix B) • Business Model Canvas 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 28
  29. 29. Business Model Canvas • Business Model Canvas is a strategic management template for developing new or documenting existing business models. It is a visual chart with elements describing a firm's value proposition, infrastructure, customers, and finances • The Business Model Canvas was initially proposed by Alexander Osterwalder based on his earlier work on Business Model Ontology. 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 29
  30. 30. 9 BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS OF BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 30
  31. 31. 1. Customer Segments • For whom are we creating value? Who are our most important customers? 2. Value Propositions • What value do we deliver to the customer? 3. Channels • Through which channels do our Customer Segments want to be reached? 4. Customer Relationships • What relationship does each of our Customer Segments expect us to establish and maintain with them? 5. Revenue Streams • For what value our customers really willing to pay? (Revenue and Benefits) 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 31
  32. 32. 6. Key Resources • What key resources do our Value Propositions require? 7. Key Activities • What key activities do our Value Propositions require? 8. Key Partners • Who are our strategic partners? Who are our key suppliers? 9. Cost Structures • What are the most important costs inherent in our business model? 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 32
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  38. 38. List of Deliverables • Changes: Business Model Canvas Project Team Portfolio To be submitted to the Project Adviser before the Proposal Hearing Neatly compiled with appropriate tabbing scheme Individual Project Journal To be submitted to the Project Adviser before the Proposal Hearing 80 leaves composition notebook 6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 38
  39. 39. Thank you  6/28/2013Preparedby:SBSatorre 39