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Social Networking Technologies: Project Launch
Students taking the 20 credit version of the course (COMP6052) will work in groups of 6 to develop and design a new social networking tool/application/website. The teams will work on their design throughout the semester, and keep a design and development blog that will act as a digital portfolio of their work. At the end of the semester they will also be asked to submit an individual reflective summary that will outline their teams objectives and progress, their part in its progress, and a critical analysis of whether or not they were successful. At the end of the course teams will be asked to pitch their ideas to an interdisciplinary Dragon's Den style panel who will expect them to not only have created something that is technical viable, but will also want to see other economic, social, legal and ethical factors taken into consideration. In this presentation we explain the structure of the group project, what is expected in the blog, and explore some potential ideas to help students understand the scope of the work required. The outcome of the group project does not have to be a fully working piece of software, instead we are looking for a well developed idea that contains enough detail to be convincing to the panel.

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System Design: Introduction to Group Work
In this course you will learn a number of different ways in which to describe a system, at both a high level (using SSM) and a low level (using UML). The main coursework for the course is to work in groups and use these techniques on a case study of your collective choosing. In this session we put the students into groups, run a brainstorming activity on potential businesses, and outline some of the group activities that will be required over the course.

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