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Frameworks Scoping Study JISC Joint Programmes Meeting 6-7 th July 2004, Brighton. JISC Frameworks Programme Group. Tom Franklin - Franklin Consulting. Jim Petch, Hilary Dexter, Pauline Wilcox, John Carroll Ross MacIntyre, Leigh Morris, - University of Manchester.

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frameworks scoping study jisc joint programmes meeting 6 7 th july 2004 brighton

Frameworks Scoping StudyJISC Joint Programmes Meeting 6-7th July 2004, Brighton

JISC Frameworks Programme Group

Tom Franklin - Franklin Consulting

Jim Petch, Hilary Dexter, Pauline Wilcox, John CarrollRoss MacIntyre, Leigh Morris, - University of Manchester

Paul Ricketts, Diane Saxon - City College Manchester

Mark Stiles - Staffordshire University

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overview
Overview
  • Rationale for the scoping study
  • The Model Driven Approach
  • Modelling tools and techniques
  • Planning

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rationale
Rationale
  • Rationale for the scoping study
  • The Model Driven Approach
  • Modelling tools and techniques
  • Planning

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the problem domain
The Problem Domain
  • IE Framework
  • e-Learning Framework
  • e-Research Framework
  • JISC Services
  • JISC Programmes and Projects

Planning

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ie framework
IE Framework

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e research framework
Common Fabric

Generic

services

Group A

Resources

Private

Resources

Group B

Private

Resources

e-Research Framework

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jisc services
JISC Services

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plagiarism nexus
Plagiarism Nexus

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the connected world mindset
The Connected World Mindset

Need to understand the problem domain that encompasses the three frameworks and create a unifying architecture. This demands a model driven approach

  • The domain user requirements will be served by an architecture that is:
      • Service Oriented
      • Component Based
  • and by processes that are:
      • Requirements Driven
      • Evaluation Steered

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MDA
  • Rationale for the scoping study
  • The Model Driven Approach
  • Modelling tools and techniques
  • Planning

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planning of service provision
Planning of Service Provision
  • Strategic
  • Operational
  • Resource
  • Risk Management
  • Common Architecture
  • Research & Development

What does this mean for JISC?

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jisc frameworks study scope
JISC Frameworks Study: Scope
  • Design a Unifying Framework
    • Map to existing JISC frameworks: e-Research, e-Learning and Information Environment
  • Collect representative data on range of JISC services, programmes and projects
    • Load into unified framework based repository
  • Propose a toolset and process to support JISC planning
  • Develop an approach and conceptual design rather than content

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the 3 data types
The 3 Data Types

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the repository layers
The Repository Layers
  • Layering represents an ordered grouping of functionality, with the application-specific located in the upper layers, functionality that spans application domains in the middle layers, and functionality specific to the deployment environment at the lower layers.
  • The number and composition of layers is dependent upon the complexity of both the problem domain and the solution space. For example, the collection of technicalpatterns, utilities and mechanisms is separated out as a layer.

Based on RUP Guidelines

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tools
Tools
  • Rationale for the scoping study
  • The Model Driven Approach
  • Modelling tools and techniques
  • Planning

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planning toolset
Planning Toolset
  • Repository Tool
  • Requirements Analysis Tool
  • Visual Planning Tool

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tools workflow
Tools & Workflow

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mindmanager
MindManager

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progress
Progress
  • Rationale for the scoping study
  • The Model Driven Approach
  • Modelling tools and techniques
  • Planning

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the jisc planning use cases
The JISC Planning Use Cases

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UseCaseReport

use case to workflow
Use Case to Workflow

Define a Task (workflow and project management)

Select Planning Activity

Use Combination of Requirements, MindMaps and their links to the Repository

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