IBCS2 - 1617 - February

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Friday - Tuesday (2/24/17 - 2/28/17)

Agenda:

  • Criterion E: Evaluation - Due Friday (3/3/17) to Google Classroom
  • This criterion should be completed as two parts (headings)
  • Evaluation of the product (you should be able to do some of this by Monday)
    • The evaluation of the product should refer directly to the success criteria in Criterion A, feedback from the client/adviser, as well as any other appropriate feedback obtained.
    • You should basically demo your product to multiple people and have them comment on each success criteria
  • Recommendations for the future development of the product (you should be able to do this by Monday)
    • The student will use the feedback and the evaluation of the specific performance criteria to recommend possible future developments to the product. These recommendations should explain the benefits of these developments.
    • You should basically ask in your feedback, suggestions for extending or enhancing the project. Explain why each new development would be good.
    • You should have at least 2 minor improvements and 2 major improvements
  • System Fundamentals

Wednesday (2/22/17)

Agenda:

  • Criterion E: Evaluation - Due Friday (3/3/17) to Google Classroom
  • This criterion should be completed as two parts (headings)
  • Evaluation of the product (you should be able to do some of this by Monday)
    • The evaluation of the product should refer directly to the success criteria in Criterion A, feedback from the client/adviser, as well as any other appropriate feedback obtained.
    • You should basically demo your product to multiple people and have them comment on each success criteria
  • Recommendations for the future development of the product (you should be able to do this by Monday)
    • The student will use the feedback and the evaluation of the specific performance criteria to recommend possible future developments to the product. These recommendations should explain the benefits of these developments.
    • You should basically ask in your feedback, suggestions for extending or enhancing the project. Explain why each new development would be good.
    • You should have at least 2 minor improvements and 2 major improvements
  • Networks

Monday - Friday (2/13/17 - 2/17/17)

Agenda:

Homework:

  • Complete and cleanup your IA code
  • Don't forget that it should be organized, good variables names, and comments

Thursday (2/9/17)

Agenda:

Homework:

  • Complete and cleanup your IA code
  • Don't forget that it should be organized, good variables names, and comments

Tuesday (2/7/17)

Agenda:

  • Return quizzes and Criterion C
  • Boolean expression word problems
    • Take out paper and complete the problems listed
  • Work on Criterion D Script - due to Google Classroom by Thursday (2/9/16)

Thursday (2/2/17)

Agenda:

  • Logic Gates w/ Truth Tables Quiz
  • Criterion D - Functionality and extensibility of product
    • This criterion should be completed as two parts and does not require any additional written documentation.
    • Functionality of the product
      • The student must use the video to demonstrate the product functioning (2-7 minutes in length). This evidence will be supported, where possible, by the product on the CD-ROM/DVD or USB.
      • i.e. demo the your program's functionality
    • Extensibility of product
      • The student should design the product so that it can be maintained by another party and/or be further developed. Therefore the design of the product should include appropriate folder and data structures, intuitive file and/or class naming conventions and, where appropriate, comments in the code.
      • i.e. your program should be well-organized (good filenames, clean code, good variable names, comments)
  • Assignment - Scripting your demo
    1. Outline the functionalities that you listed in your criteria for success in Criterion A
    2. Expand your outline with scripted lines and actions that explain and demo the different parts of your project
    3. You should be able to demonstrate each requirement/criteria you listed in Criterion A
    4. Time yourself and how long it takes to read the script at a moderate pace (You should aim for ~5 minutes)
    5. Turn in your scripted outline via Google Classroom by Thursday (2/9/16)