Writing Effective Scenarios and Use Cases (repeat)
Thursday 13 July 2006
The JISC Digital Repositories Programme is organising training for all those staff involved who will be required to collect scenarios from their stakeholders and/or write them into use cases. We have commissioned Intrallect to deliver the training for us. They are a company who have an excellent track record in the repositories field and won the tender to develop JORUM. They are also working on a reference model project, LADIE, which requires the gathering of scenarios and the writing of use cases to develop a reference model for Learning Activity Authoring, see, http://www.intrallect.com and http://www.elframework.org/refmodels/ladie .
Back by popular demand, this is a repeat of a fully booked workshop that took place in November 2005 in Bath. Many people who were unable to attend in November asked about a repeat of this session. The workshop is intended for those staff who are part of the Digital Repositories Programme and need to learn how to collect and write scenarios and use cases effectively. If you are not part of this programme, we can put your name on a waiting list, and inform you as soon as possible that a place is available for you, after the booking deadline of the 30 June, 2006.
The Edinburgh Training Centre
16 St. Mary's Street,
Tel: 0131 538 8333
Fax: 0131 538 8334
Website for Venue: http://www.edintrain.com/
Location details: http://www.edintrain.com/map.htm
Please note that we expect you to pay for and book your own accommodation and transport (which can be claimed back through project expenditure).
Many of you will need to stay overnight in Edinburgh, and we have included a list of hotels/bed and breakfasts you can stay in, see list of hotels in Edinburgh.
Please see : http://www.edintrain.com/map.htm
Registration for this event is now open, please use our booking form.
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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
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Content by: Mahendra Mahey
Page last revised on: 19-Jun-2006
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