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Date Created: 05/18/16
INFO 324 – Team Process and Product Spring 2016 Professor: Jennifer Booker, Ph.D. Email: email@example.com Please include course and assignment in subject line! Office and Phone: Rush 334, 2158951004 Office Hours: Mondays from 23 pm and Wednesdays from 1112 pm, or by appointment. Course Location Tuesdays and Thursdays in Rush 009 from 3:30 to 4:50 pm. and Dates: Text: There is no text for this course. Web site: Additional references and general course information (e.g. grading policies, etc.) are available on my web site: http://docjennifer.com/. Be sure to read the General Course Information. COURSE OVERVIEW The overarching theme is captured in the course title, namely how to work in a team to produce good work products. Course topics are divided roughly into three types of materials, as follows: 1. Requirement and design practice – introducing the SRS and SDS templates, providing lots of discussion and practice on the low level work of writing requirements and creating detailed designs. 2. Team work environment and tools – introducing tools and techniques for team communication, coordination, and control. This is done using open source development and tools as the case study. 3. Team operation and team member behavior – a mix of hands on and reading and reflection about what it takes for a team member and the team overall to be successful. The first half of the course emphasizes requirements and design. The second half shifts focus to work environment and tools. The team operation and behavior content is interspersed throughout the course. The course is quite hands on, and emphasizes inclass activities and small assignments. Students work in class and out in small teams (typically 23 people). The course is organized around a few small projects. Participation is very important for this course, as is completing assignments ON TIME. See the General Course Information handout for expectations regarding participation. Assignments must be done on time because they are often the basis for class discussions. This outline is tentative, and topics may change or be reorganized due to the direction and flow of the class. 1 This outline is tentative, and topics may change or be reorganized due to the direction and flow of the class. 2 COURSE ASSESSMENT The percentages that assignments contribute to your course grade are: Activity Weighting Homework and Projects (8x7%) 56% Tests (2x12%) 24% Participation 20% 100% The homework and projects will typically be weekly assignments. Some are small group assignments, others are individual. Assignments are due at the start of class the day cited unless otherwise noted. We will often use assignments as the basis for class discussion, so DO NOT BE LATE WITH ASSIGNMENTS. You will get a study guide for the two tests one week before them. Each is an hour long and consists of short answer questions. COURSE OUTLINE Week Tuesday is Topics Course introduction 1 3/29/2016 SRS overview SRS workshop 2 4/5/2016 SDS overview 3 4/12/2016 Design entity workshop Requirements statements Requirements gathering 4 4/19/2016 Design entities 5 4/26/2016 Peer critique and formal reviews Requirements workshop Design entity workshop 6 5/3/2016 Test #1 7 5/10/2016 Team process environment FOSS overview Team and individual communication 8 5/17/2016 Communication tools 9 5/24/2016 Team coordination Test #2 10 5/31/2016 Professional development 11 6/7/2016 [finals week] Course developed by Prof. Greg Hislop This outline is tentative, and topics may change or be reorganized due to the direction and flow of the class. 3
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