Student project which applies the tools, skills and knowledge (Object oriented programming & databases) learned on the other courses of the module. Project implementation with C#.
Evaluation is based on the observations of the supervisors made during the project and on the quality of the produced artifact. First the whole group work is assessed on scale 0 - 5. This assessment considers with equal weights the technical performance and the metaskills of the group. The metaskills include, for example, project coordination, project reporting, following the plan and the progress, group behaviour when problems occur, share of roles and work within the group, internal and external communication and ability to present group work and products. The technical part of the assessment looks at the ability to make decisions between different technologies, mastering design methods and tools, documentation of the design and the product, selecting and mastering the tools and methods, version control, structure and quality of the program code and usability and maintainability of the application. The group evaluation form the basis for the individual assessment. The individual assessment takes the group assessent as the basis and the individual performance can upgrade or downgrade it. Assessement is based on the peer assessment done between the group members, the role picked up by the student and commitment to take care of the corresponding tasks, activity as a member of the group and personal performance in the group presentation. In individual assessment also all those group assessment criteria are considered where the student individual commitment can be separated and observed.
19.09.2022 - 16.12.2022
01.07.2022 - 04.09.2022
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Faculty of Business and Hospitality Management (LAB)
Antti Salopuro, Aki Vainio
Simultaneous participation or previously passed the other courses of the module, or corresponding skills gained previously with other methods
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Business Information Technology
Following supervisor instructions a similar work done and documented elsewhere. This is always agreed separately.
Week 29 - Week 50. Compulsory lectures at kick off, intermediate follow ups & final presentation
Group work for a project
Need 8 - 12 hours per week, also outside lectures marked in schedule.
Student did not properly participate in group work or did not show skills and knowledge required to project work
Student has participated in group work only partially OR the project work did not meet the minimum requirements but the student has been active in trying to help the group meet the requirements on the whole
The group result exceeds the minimum technical requirements and the role of the student in project group work has been equal or greater than that of the other students
The group result exceeds the minimum technical requirements in large scale and the role of the student in project group work has been very significant for the project group work