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IST352 - Final Exam Study Guide

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Syracuse University School of Information Studies IST352 – Information Analysis of Organizational Systems Study Guide The Systems Development Environment ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Students will be able to: Describe the different types of information systems Describe the importance of holistic thinking Describe the information systems development lifecycle Define systems analysis and design Additional Sourses 1. Hoffer, Chapter 1 2. Royce, Managing the Development of Large Software Systems 3. Blackboard, Systems Thinking 4. Blackboard, Systems Development Methods The Origins of Software ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Students will be able to: Describe various software sourcing methods Describe how to evaluate commercial-off-the-shelf software Explain the notion of software reuse and its relationship with Service-Oriented Architecture Additional Sources 1. Hoffer, Chapter 2 2. Barnes, Making Reuse Cost-Effective Planning: Identifying and Selecting Systems Development Projects ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Students will be able to: Describe the project identification and selection process Describe the relationship between strategic planning and strategic information systems planning Describe how strategic information systems planning can be used to identify systems development projects Additional Sources 1. Hoffer, Chapter 4 2. Ray, The Role of Shared IT-Business Understanding 1
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