Can I get help with designing Student Information System (SIS)?

Feb 4th, 2015
Price: $15 USD

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MIS 470

Final Project – Fall 2014

This project will focus on Human-Computer Interaction covered in Chapter 14, Designing Accurate Data Entry Procedures covered in Chapter 15, and Quality Assurance and Implementation covered in Chapter 16.  For this project, we will continue working on our new Student Information System (SIS) for a small liberal arts university who is developing an online college that we worked on in Assignment 3.  You realize that human-computer interaction will be a critical factor in this project.  You also realize that designing accurate data entry procedures will be essential for accuracy of your student data within the system.  Once the system is completed, you also realize that a comprehensive plan to rollout, train, and disaster recovery will be critical to the new system.  For this project, you will be developing a proposal to outline why your company should be hired to design and implement this system. 

First, design a Web- based form fill interface to input basic student registration information into the system.  The information which needs to be entered into the system includes the following: Student First Name, Last Name, Middle Initial, Social Security Number, Birthday, Home Address, Mailing Address, Phone Number, Email Address, High School, ACT Score, Major, Expected Graduation Date.  You can use Word, Excel, or PowerPoint to design this layout.  Make it both functional and attractive.  Think of this as your screen prototype of how the system will look and work.  DO NOT MAKE IT AN EXACT COPY OF MUW’s APPLICATION! – Worth 25 % of total project grade

Second, discuss in a paragraph what types of user feedback would be necessary on the student registration information form.  Give at least 3 examples of the fields where the feedback would be needed and the type of feedback which would be used.  You can also include graphical examples of what the feedback might look like. – Worth 10% of total project grade

Based on techniques covered in Chapter 15, what fields would need input/data validation?  Describe how would you validate the data for those fields?  Finally, how would you be able to insure that duplicate entries were avoided?  What fields would you use to determine if an entry is a duplicate? – Worth 10% of total project grade

Finally, develop a training and implementation plan for the new system.  This is where you present your idea on how you will roll out the new system and train employees to use it.  You will also layout your disaster recovery plan as part of your sales pitch. 

1.)  Develop a plan for rolling out the new system. – Don’t get bogged down on this, you can do this in a paragraph or two. – Worth 15 % of total project grade

2.)  Develop a training plan for the new system including who will need training, types of training offered, refresher training if necessary, and documentation that will be needed for the new system. – Again, don’t get too lost in the weeds on this.  This could be a paragraph or two – Worth 15% of total project grade.

3.)  Finally, develop a brief disaster recovery plan for the new system.  – Emphasis on brief, but it should include at a minimum description of physical and software security, backup or duplication plan (or both), and plan for testing of recovery plan. – Worth 25% of total project grade. 

Put this together with a cover sheet as if you are presenting it to the executive making the decision on whether or not to hire your team to develop this system.  This project will be due on December 7th, at 10pm.  You will also do a brief video presentation to outline your proposal. 

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