e-Experiments in Physics. Proper Business Process Management, Collaborative Development Process and Project Management Guidances – remedy for avoiding the main IT project’s failure

Malgorzata Alicja Plotka, Pawel Syty, Marta Kwasnik

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Abstract

Only a few of learning aids and simulations of physical phenomena allow for building interactive experiments; experiments similar to those that should be conducted in physics laboratories at schools. Group of staff from Gdansk University of Technology decided to fill this market niche by designing and constructing a set of virtual experiments – so called e-experiments. To avoid common problems that a lot of IT products brought to failure, they prepared procedures in accordance with the best practices of software and requirement engineering. If requirement specification and development process have been preceded by proper and detailed stakeholders’ identification and characteristic, there is a chance that product will be widely accepted. The paper below describes the process of the e-experiments development with the consideration interests of the target group – young people from e-generation (digital generation) and the teachers.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)57-60
JournalZeszyty Naukowe Wydziału Elektrotechniki i Automatyki
Volume37
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • good practices
  • software engineering
  • requirement engineering
  • stakeholders
  • risk analysis
  • risk management

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