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UFCE8V-20-3 Information Systems Development 3 (SHAPE HK). Lecture 1 Module Introduction & Outline. Teaching and learning:. 1 hour lecture 1-2 hour workshop sessions emphasis on both individual & working with others in workshop sessions

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Ufce8v 20 3 information systems development 3 shape hk

UFCE8V-20-3 Information Systems Development 3 (SHAPE HK)

Lecture 1Module Introduction & Outline


Teaching and learning:

  • 1 hour lecture

  • 1-2 hour workshop sessions

  • emphasis on both individual & working with others in workshop sessions

  • Preparation will be required – readings and other material listed for each week (in the Resources column of the module contents & outline page) should be done at home in preparation for the following week

    Assessment:

  • Coursework - 1 piece - weighting 25% - will be an individual design and programming task. After hand-in, you will also be required to do a 15 minute presentation to your tutors illustrating and explaining your application.

  • Examination - weighting 75% - 3 hours - compulsory part 40% - selective part 60%.


Course materials:

  • No specific set textbook is required – all course materials, lecture notes, workshop notes, readings and other resources are pointed to and made available via the module contents & outline page.

  • However it is strongly recommend that you acquire one of the following texts for help with the assignment:

    Nixon, Robin : Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript and CSS: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Dynamic Websites : O'Reilly Media, 2nd ed., 2012

    Ullman, Larry : PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide : Peachpit Press, 4th ed., 2011

    McLaughlin, Brett : PHP & MySQL: The Missing Manual : Pogue Press, 2011


Course Content Outline:

  • PHP programming (including functions, sessions, forms processing, database integration & xml processing)

  • XML, XPATH, XSLT & XML Schema

  • Relational Database Theory

  • Structured Query Language (SQL)

  • E-R modelling

  • Data Normalization

  • Systems Theory & Practice

  • Hard Systems & Soft Systems Modelling

  • Software Development Methodologies (Waterfall, Prototyping, Spiral, RAD etc.)


Presumed (prior) knowledge:

  • The practical (programming) part of the module will largely be focused on teaching Web Development (using PHP) and Database Theory / Practice.

  • However, we will not be focused on teaching HTML5/XHTML, CSS or JavaScript as it is presumed that students already have some knowledge of these technologies.

  • If this is NOT the case for you – you will need to use the on-line resources pointed to by the module contents & outline page and quickly learn these technologies in your own time.


Assignment (coursework) pre-amble:

  • Accounts for 25% of the overall mark.

  • A design and programming task using and refactoring a basic PHP based framework.

  • 6-8 weeks allowed to complete task (tutor will notify about specific hand-in date)

  • 15 minute presentation to tutors after hand-in.

  • Learning objectives:

  • Use a range of web oriented software architecture and design principles.

  • Refactor a lightweight PHP-based web framework.

  • Understand and implement both static & dynamic software patterns.

  • Model and implement persistence and transactions via sessions, cookies & DBMS.

  • Understand & apply some security and integrity principles.


Sample exam question (from 2011/12 paper):

QUESTION 6

i) Distinguish between the concepts of open and closed systems as used in systems thinking and briefly outline the key features of each type of system.

6 marks

ii) Identify and describe the three (3) essential systemic properties or attributes shared by all systems elements.

6 marks

iii) Briefly explain what is meant by the following five systems terms:

o reductionism

o holism

o feedback

o homeostasis

o environment

10 marks

iv) Identify and explain the four (4) underlying principles of Soft Systems Methodology (SSM).

8 marks



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