Using Archimate in the JISC EnableProjectSam RowleyLearning Development ManagerStaffordshire Universityc.s.rowley@staffs.a...
These slides illustrate use of the Archimate® modelling language in the JISC Enable    project to secure approval for the ...
the external examiner appointment process
efficiency of operation is a driver
internal process review identified duplication of effort as a problem
reinforces existing strategic goal
events that trigger the appointment process
high-level process phases
actors and roles
central service has local database and appointment forms
examiner tenure lifecycle is recorded
examiner tenure lifecycle is recorded                                        documents stored in folders on local network ...
faculty A manages sameInformation locally
…as does faculty B
…and faculty C
…and faculty D
resulting in duplication of effort
we want to eliminate this duplication of effort…
…by providing an external examiner application service…
…which enables sharing of data and documentsand removes the need for local solutions
we will develop an applicationand integrate adocument management systemto realize this vision
gap analysis:remove duplication (grey bits)develop application (green bits)
with approval for development secured,the external examiner application becomesa deliverable of the Enable project
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Archimate in the JISC Enable Project

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Use of the Archimate modelling language in the JISC Enable Project to gain approval for the development of an application to support external examiner processes.

See the accompanying blog post for more details: http://jiscenable.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/using-archimate-in-enable-project.html

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Archimate in the JISC Enable Project

  1. 1. Using Archimate in the JISC EnableProjectSam RowleyLearning Development ManagerStaffordshire Universityc.s.rowley@staffs.ac.uk
  2. 2. These slides illustrate use of the Archimate® modelling language in the JISC Enable project to secure approval for the development of an application to support external examiner appointment and reporting processes.The slides are based on the ones used in the project but have been refactored to make them more generic and to use Archimate 2.0. The original slides were presented and did not have explanatory text and arrows.For more information about the Enable project, see• the project blog http://jiscenable.blogspot.com/• the project web site http://www.projects.staffs.ac.uk/enable• the JISC project page http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning/curriculumdesign/enable.aspxWe used the free Archi modelling tool• http://archi.cetis.ac.uk/index.htmland the Archimate 2.0 language• http://www.archimate.nl/ArchiMate is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries.
  3. 3. the external examiner appointment process
  4. 4. efficiency of operation is a driver
  5. 5. internal process review identified duplication of effort as a problem
  6. 6. reinforces existing strategic goal
  7. 7. events that trigger the appointment process
  8. 8. high-level process phases
  9. 9. actors and roles
  10. 10. central service has local database and appointment forms
  11. 11. examiner tenure lifecycle is recorded
  12. 12. examiner tenure lifecycle is recorded documents stored in folders on local network drive
  13. 13. faculty A manages sameInformation locally
  14. 14. …as does faculty B
  15. 15. …and faculty C
  16. 16. …and faculty D
  17. 17. resulting in duplication of effort
  18. 18. we want to eliminate this duplication of effort…
  19. 19. …by providing an external examiner application service…
  20. 20. …which enables sharing of data and documentsand removes the need for local solutions
  21. 21. we will develop an applicationand integrate adocument management systemto realize this vision
  22. 22. gap analysis:remove duplication (grey bits)develop application (green bits)
  23. 23. with approval for development secured,the external examiner application becomesa deliverable of the Enable project

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