This website provides students with the necessary assets to learn about Information Technology Project Management in all its details, within an organizational context, including the processes related to initiating, planning, executing, controlling, monitoring and closing a project. This course covers topics such as project integration, scope, time, cost, risk management.
The course is inspired from 7th edition of the “Information Technology Project Management” ebook
Type of Material:
It can be used for a lecture, self-paced, in-class etc purposes
Works on chrome and firefox, PCs and mobiles.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
• Understand the growing need for better project management, especially for information technology (IT) projects
• Explain what a project is, provide examples of IT projects, list various attributes of projects, and describe the triple constraint of project management
• Describe project management and discuss key elements of the project management framework, including project stakeholders, the project management knowledge areas, common tools and techniques, and project success
* Be able to setup projects after completing the course.
Target Student Population:
College Upper Division, Graduate School, College General Ed
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic computer knowledge
Business general skills
This material contains a complete demonstration of the concept; it is current; self-contained and is flexible for use in divers context.
The chapter presentations are replications of the textbook and not a concise summary for learning.
A lot of technical jargon
Links to facts should be put when used
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
The subject matter was dealt with from several viewpoints. The style of presentation builds on prior information and progressively builds on them. The learning objectives were clear enough.
Assignment and examples are available, making it useful both for learning and teaching
• The course feels as an adaptation of a book, the author tried to shrink it in a smaller format, resulting in a very condensed contents
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
The material is easy to use and has very clear instructions.
Ease of access: all resources are grouped in one place
• The slide contents are very bulky
• Use of paragraph style instead of bullet points
• Average PPT design
• it is not easy to know your way around the materials
* The chapter presentation breakdown is too wordy and could make the user bored.
Other Issues and Comments:
This is a good course material but it requires amendment for better design and qualitative class use.
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