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Publication in the Diário da República: Despacho n.º16228/2009 - 15/07/2009

12 ECTS; 3º Ano, 2º Semestre, 28,0 PL + 28,0 TP + 10,0 OT + 5,0 O , Cód. 911930.

Lecturer
- Ricardo Nuno Taborda Campos (2)
- Luís Miguel Lopes de Oliveira (1)(2)
- Gabriel Pereira Pires (2)
- António Manuel Rodrigues Manso (2)
- Manuel Fernando Martins de Barros (2)
- Luis Agnelo de Almeida (2)
- Sandra Maria Gonçalves Vilas Boas Jardim (2)
- José Casimiro Nunes Pereira (2)
- Paulo Alexandre Gomes dos Santos (2)

(1) Docente Responsável
(2) Docente que lecciona

Prerequisites
Not applicable.

Objectives
To foster effective teamwork behaviour and tasks in ICT Project Environments;
To establish and control metrics for ICT products under development;
To communicate ICT product features to their respective audiences;
To develop written documentation and reports for ICT products.

Program
Markets for ICT-based solutions;
ICT Projects: Lifespan;
System Requirements Specifications.
ICT Project Planning: designing, cost estimation, document analysis and organisation;
Work Breakdown Structure Methodologies;
Team Management for ICT Projects: roles, responsibilities and leadership;
Research Techniques;
Technical Communication: writing and presenting ICT Projects.

Evaluation Methodology
The project involves 405 hours of work, which on average corresponds to three days of student work per week over 28 weeks.
Before the beginning of the academic year the list of projects and their objectives are announced. The projects are proposed by the module lecturers or by the students. The projects proposed by the students are validated by a committee of lecturers appointed by the module chair.
The project must be carried out in a group of two students, and in exceptional cases individual or groups of three are allowed.
Assessment includes: the work plan; progress report; interim presentations; project poster; project report and final public discussion. The assessment panel has at least three members and includes the examiner, the supervisor and a lecturer of the specialty area of the work developed.

Bibliography
- Pressman, R. (2005). Software Engineering ? A Practitioner?s Approach. NY: McGraw-Hill

Teaching Method
Laboratory teamwork.

Software used in class

 

 

 


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