This is a video introduction to the UML Class diagram. The video is very brief, at just over 3 minutes. Although not stated, the video assumes some basic knowledge of UML prior to beginning this video.
Type of Material:
Good basic overview for engineering and software engineering students.
Access to high speed internet for video viewing; up to date browser
Identify Major Learning Goals:
The student should be able to identify the various components of the UML Class diagram.
Target Student Population:
Information technology students that will be involved in systems analysis and design, programming, or software engineering.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic understanding of UML diagramming and its purpose.
This video provides a solid explanation of UML Class diagrams in a short time frame.
The robot voice is distracting. The pace is very fast; the users may miss some content if they are novices.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Short and to the point video tutorial; it's great for students or users familiar with UML concepts/diagramming.
Too fast for a beginner!
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
The tutorial is presented without any interruptions. It's short, sweet, and to the point; this is valuable to someone familiar with UML diagrams.
NO exercises and no responses to the comments from users who watch the video (i.e. questions regarding the content). Some learners did response to questions.
Other Issues and Comments:
The robotic voice is very distracting; the pace is too fast for a beginner.
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