(solution) ITEC 630 Information Systems Analysis, Modeling, and Design

(solution) ITEC 630 Information Systems Analysis, Modeling, and Design

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ITEC 630
Information Systems Analysis, Modeling, and Design Individual Project Assignment
Purpose
The purpose of the individual system analysis and design project is to demonstrate student?s ability to
apply the knowledge learned in this course to a real-world project. Topics Suggestions
1. The system analysis and design project must be realistic and it will be done using techniques covered
in this course. The list of topics suggested for this project is as follows:
a) Ticket purchase system (airline, train, cruise, concert, or others)
b) Internet shopping sites (clothing, shoes, books, music, or others)
c) Local real estate agency system
d) Rental system (car, video, or others)
e) Warehouse management system
f) Student record system
g) Banking system
h) Insurance purchase system (life, medical, homeowner, or others)
i) Credit card management system
j) Library circulation system
2. The above list is meant to be suggestive and if you have an idea about a specific topic, please consult
with me early to determine if it is suitable for the course.
3. You have to select and submit the project topic for instructor?s approval by the end of Week 2. Project Deliverables
The project requires students to perform three phases: (a) requirements analysis, (b) system and database
design, and (c) a project plan. Note that in the phase 3, students are required to use the MS Project
software for their project schedule.
The deadline for the Individual Project can be found in the schedule section of the class syllabus.
The following layout format covering a title page and all three phases is recommended for the project.
Title page (project name, author, and date)
Phase 1: Requirement analysis
A. Problem definition
B. Issues
C. Objectives
D. Requirements
E. Constraints
F. Description of the proposed system
G. Logical model design
1. Data flow diagrams Context diagram Diagram 0
o Diagram 1 (Diagram 1 is optional) 2. Descriptions of processes in each diagram
Descriptions of outputs/inputs/performance/security or controls H. Specific requirements, if any (interface, operational, resource, performance, etc.)
Phase 2: System and database design
A. User interface
Design an overall user interface consisting of screens, commands, controls, and features to
enable users to use the system.
1. How data will be input to the system? The physical layout for each input The input design and procedures 2. How data will be output from the system? The physical layout for each output The output design and procedures B. Data design
Develop a plan for data organization, storage, updating, and retrieval.
1. Database design Database tables with their attributes should be presented Primary key(s) should be identified in each table, if any Three steps of normalization should be included. 2. Entity-relationship diagrams 3. Data file storage and access C. System architecture
Determine the architecture of the system as Web-based interface, client/server architecture,
Internet/Intranet interface, network configuration, etc.
Phase 3: Project plan
A list of tasks or activities needed for implementing the proposed system
Estimating completion time and costs
A project schedule for performing those activities (Gantt charts or PERT charts)
Note that there is no other required software package except the MS Project software in this ITEC-630
course. As a result, you are only required to use the MS Project software to handle the scheduling part of
the project and for other parts, you can use any word editing software or any drawing tools software. Individual Project Rubric
The individual project will account for 25% of your total points possible and students should use the
APA format for the format of the individual project reports. The following rubric will be used when
grading your individual project:
Qualities and Criteria Poor [0-80) Good [80-90) Excellent [90-100] Format/Layout Follows poorly the
requirements related to
format and layout. Follows for the most part all
the requirements related to
format and layout. Some
requirements are not
followed. Closely follows all the
requirements related to
format and layout. The project does not cover
all phases and it is not done
for the most part with
techniques discussed in this
course. The required
software is used poorly in
the project plan. The project
proposal is hardly realistic
and the tasks proposed can
not be done easily in reality.
Activities and information
among phases are badly
designed and do not support
the solution. The project covers all
phases with adequate
contents in each phase for
the most part and it is done
with some techniques
discussed in this course.
The required software is
used in the project plan for
the most part. The project
proposal is relatively
realistic and some proposed
tasks can be done in reality.
Activities and information
among phases for the most
part are designed to support
the solution. The project covers all
phases with adequate
contents and it is done with
techniques discussed in this
course. The required
software is used in the
project plan. The project
proposal is realistic and the
tasks proposed can be done
in reality. Activities and
information among phases
are designed to support the
solution. The project is not well
written, and contains many
spelling errors, and/or
grammar errors and/or use
of English errors. The
project is badly organized,
lacks clarity and/or does not
present ideas in a coherent
way and it is somehow APA
style compliance. The project is well written
for the most part, without
spelling, grammar or use of
English errors. The project
is for the most part well
organized, clear and
presents ideas in a coherent
way and it is somehow APA
style compliance. The project is well written
from start to finish, without
spelling, grammar or use of
English errors. The project
is well organized, clear and
presents ideas in a coherent
way and it is completely
APA style compliance. Presentation of the text and
structuring of text in an
organized and thoughtful
manner Follows phases
requirements
(Weight 20%) Content/Information All phases of the project are
addressed and contents in
each phase are adequate The project proposal is
technically sound and
realistic The project is done using
techniques covered in this
course MS Project software is used
in the project plan The project design can be
implemented in reality Activities and information
are constructed in a logical
pattern among phases to
support the solution
(Weight 70%) Quality of Writing Clarity of sentences and
paragraphs No errors and spelling,
grammar and use of
English Organization and coherence
of ideas APA style compliance
(Weight 10%) * Some parts of this rubric are extracted from Dr. Stella Porto?s posting for ITEC-610.