Universal Modelling Language (UML)

Training Course for the Digital Repositories Programme

e-Science Institute, Edinburgh
5-6 January 2006

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The workshop is now full

This two day course is a follow-on from the workshop 'Writing Effective Scenarios and Use Cases' which took place in November 2005 in Bath for the JISC Digital Repositories Programme. (If you would like to access the presentations from this workshop, please email Mahendra Mahey). Please note you do not have to have attended the previous workshop to participate in this one. The course is being delivered by the National e-Science Training Team, who are very experienced in delivering UML training to various staff in the e-science area.

The course aims for delegates to gain an appreciation of the how UML can be used for:


The workshop is intended for those staff who are part of the Digital Repositories Programme and either need to learn to use UML directly in their projects or to learn how UML may help in different aspects of the their project. You can use UML for software development, modelling business processes or other activities your project may be involved with. Although UML can be useful, it is not a requirement if you are not developing software.

If you are not part of this programme, we can put your name on a waiting list, and inform you as soon as possible whether there is a place is available for you, after the booking deadline of Friday 18 December, 2005. Please note there are limited places on this course, so book as soon as possible. We would also like you to submit a use-case that you have created, which will be used during the workshop.

If you have never written a Use Case, then please do not worry about submitting one.


The workshop will take place at the e-Science Institute, Edinburgh, on Thursday 5 and Friday 6 January 2006.

e-Science Institute
15 South College Street
Edinburgh EH8 9AA
United Kingdom
Tel: 0131 650 9833
Fax: 0131 650 9819

Travel Details

Details of how to get to the Institute can be found on the NeSC website.


Please note that we expect you to pay for and book your own accommodation and transport (which can be claimed back through project expenditure).

For more information about accommodation conveniently located for the e-Science Institute, please visit: http://www.nesc.ac.uk/nesc/acomo.html. You may use the NeSC Registration form to book your accommodation.


Registration for this event is now closed.


For any enquiries regarding the training event, please contact Mahendra Mahey or Julie Allinson at:

University of Bath,
Tel: + 44 (0) 1225 38 4594
Fax: + 44 (0) 1225 38 6838
Email: m.mahey@ukoln.ac.uk, j.allinson@ukoln.ac.uk

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