Writing Effective Scenarios and Use Cases

Tuesday 22 November 2005
Waterside Menzies Hotel, Bath

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Deadline for Bookings: 7 November 2005

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.

A follow on workshop focusing on UML (Unified Modelling Language) has been organised for the 5 - 6 January, 2006.


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 7 November, 2005.

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Waterside Menzies Hotel
Menzies Waterside
Rossiter Road
Widcombe Basin

Tel: 01225 338855

Location details: http://www.menzies-hotels.co.uk/book-bath-hotel-waterside.shtml
Details about the hotel: the room in the hotel is Maple Beech.

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

Staying at the University of Bath

If you would like to stay on campus, you can book a room through 'Beds at Bath'. This will be probably be at Polden Court and costs £37.60 per night. Please note that you will have to get breakfast yourself at one of the many catering facilities on campus (they open at 8am).

To contact 'Beds at Bath' please visit: http://www.bath.ac.uk/salesandevents/accommodation/enquiry.htm

Please ask to speak to Paul or Christine on 01225 386622 or e-mail a booking form (Word document), to beds@bath.ac.uk

Accommodation in Bath

If you would prefer to stay in Bath itself, we have included a list of hotels and websites that you can choose from, see our list of hotels in Bath.

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Transport Information

Please see : http://www.menzies-hotels.co.uk/hotels/bath_hotel_waterside_location.shtml

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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
Email: m.mahey@ukoln.ac.uk, j.allinson@ukoln.ac.uk

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Content by: Mahendra Mahey
Page last revised on: 19-Jun-2006
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