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Additionally, your team will identify through research 2-3 case tools the can be used during each phase of the SDLC and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each case tool identified. Project Specifications Students must work in small groups to complete the final project. The size of the small group may be three (3) up to five (5) total students. All students in the group MUST submit the same work (paper and PowerPoint) to be graded via Blackboard. Each student in the group will submit their own confidential Peer Evaluation form. It would be in the best interest of the team for the instructor to provide a team contract and have it signed by all members of the team. This will reinforce a commitment of each member on the team to completing their assigned team role. The case paper typically can be 8 to 12 pages in length and must contain the following segments in the order noted: Title Page (identify team members) Body of Paper (note components below) Appendix (diagrams and charts if necessary) The body of the paper should fully answer/describe each phases of the SDLC life cycle. Each phase should be used as the headings within the body of the paper. Outside sources may also be used as long as they are properly cited using APA style of citation. The study should include but is not limited to the following items: 1. Description of the major system’s components/document developments/tasks required during each phase. 2. Identify challenges and roadblocks that you would anticipate if implementing this project. 3. Define how the systems’ analysts (you and your team) will interact with users, management, and other information systems professionals to develop this plan (i.e. questionnaires, interviews, etc.). 4. Demonstrate the ability to work as a team member in the development of a project. (Critique one another’s contributions to project as a part of the Peer Evaluation.) 5. Each team will complete a team contract, identifying a team leader (note the team leader is NOT responsible for editing the entire paper). Teams should identify one member that will compile all work submitted by each team member to create the final document. 6. Present the results of a project to the class by posting your presentation in the link provided in the discussion board using Microsoft PowerPoint. 7. The presentation should be 8-12 slides, include audio, slide notes, and slide timings set to allow the presentation to automatically play. This Final Project represents approximately 20% of the course grade. Final Project Deliverables and Points Overall Document Mechanics CISP111 Page 8 of 14 2016-2017
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Title Page APA Formatting Table of Contents Index References Document Mechanics Total Points (10 points possible) SDLC Phase 1A: Planning Hardware/Software Business Profile and Assumptions SWOT Analysis Mission Statement System Request(s) Feasibility (Operational, Technical, Economic, and Schedule) Project Planning Total Points (25 points possible) SDLC Phase 1B: Investigation Preliminary Findings Problems Statement Project Scope and Constraint(s)

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