Courseware - UMBC

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Courseware

Paul Pietkiewicz, James Wong,
Michael Wood, Richard Zak,
Michael Zyvoloski

Introduction


Time Management Issue and UMBC


Academic Deadlines (exams, papers, etc.)


Athletic Events


Administrative Deadlines


Appointments/Meetings


Individual Organizational Tool


Analysis


Current Options


Blackboard


Basic Calendar


Split between each class


Allows straightforward event posting



Web Events


Campus Events


Administrative only

Analysis (part 2)


Problems with the systems


Lack of Integration


Minimal error checking


Inaccessible


Limited functionality


Static environment


Too simple



Project Goals


Campus Awareness


Seamless functionality


Complementary to Blackboard


Improved Organization and Time
Management


Better accessibility

Feasibility Analysis


Operational



Economic



Technical


Requirements Analysis


Functional


Necessity for all inclusive calendar


Organizational Options


Event Subscriptions


Intuitive User Interface


Provide for wide variety of events


External Links


User guidance

Requirements Analysis


Nonfunctional


Operational


Compatibility


Must be part of Blackboard



Performance


95% uptime


Manageable load times


File Size Limits

Requirements Analysis


Nonfunctional (cont.)


Security


Privacy


Administrative Control



Cultural and Political


All entries are created equal


Campus wide events must be approved


Fits UMBC’s goals

Current System Overview


Unique Calendar for each course



Two Basic Functions


Post/View Events


“Quick Jump” to Events



Customization


Multiple Views only

Data Flow Diagram


Screen shots


Screen shots 2


Alternative Solutions


Custom Development


Similar Interface


Organizational Options


Basic Search functionality


Help Page


Packaged Software


Oracle Calendar


OfficeCalendar




Proposed System Overview


Justification


Flexibility


Lower Costs


Meets all requirements


Open Source expertise


Methodology


Phased Development


Faster Deployment


Higher Quality


Immediate Feedback

Proposed System DFD


User Interface (1)


User Interface (2)


Physical Design


Hardware


Processor: Intel® Xeon™ processor at 3.0GHz/2MB Cache,
800MHz FSBb



RAM: 2GB DDR2 400MHz



Primary Storage: (80GB 7200RPM Serial ATA Hard drives) x 3,
RAID
-
5



Media Drive: DVD
-
ROM



Software


Operating System:

CentOS 4.3 Linux


Web server:


Apache 2.2.0



Database:


MySQL 5.0


Web Scripting Language:

PHP 5

Implementation


Conversion Plan

Training Plans


Information Session


Open to users


Usage Demo


Q & A



OIT Training


Classroom Setting


3 Sessions


Usage/Administration Tutorial


Maintenance Primer



Online Help Resources




Maintenance Plans


Thank You


Questions?