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7 Steps To Blackboard Submit Success by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2009-05-18 07:48 PM
Follow these steps *every* time you submit an assignment. See the list of accepted file formats as well.
Info by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2008-01-15 07:37 PM
Form INFO - survey of your current situation - any answers are RIGHT!
Grading Guidelines by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2012-03-29 11:17 AM
See the general description of how your work will be graded. Individual assignments may add or alter these general guidelines. When in doubt, ask!
Design Exercise by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2012-01-18 07:28 PM
An initial look at how you think about design and system definition.
System Description by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2012-01-18 07:52 PM
Practice being a systems analyst with a real world system you come across...
Simple Event Table by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2009-05-18 06:15 PM
Start doing systems analysis - generate a complete event table
Simple Use Case by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2009-05-18 06:18 PM
Complete a Use Case Model for the Inventory System.
Simple Use Case Narratives by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2012-01-25 02:31 PM
Complete Expanded Use Case Narratives for the Use Cases Assigned. The heart of completing System Analysis Process.
Simple Sequence Diagram by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2009-05-18 06:25 PM
Produce System Sequence Diagrams
Simple Domain Model by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2009-06-12 10:28 AM
A complete domain model near the end of system analysis process.
Pre and Post Conditions by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2012-03-14 02:35 PM
Refine your thinking about these important concepts
Team Paper Assignment by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2009-05-19 04:55 PM
Instructions for your team effort to read, discuss, and understand a systems analysis paper.
Individual and Team Design by Dr. William L. Honig — last modified 2009-06-12 01:30 PM
Perfect your design thinking and system skills with this exercise
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