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Assessment item 2

Functional requirements

Value: 30%

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Task

Tele-health monitoring equipment assesses a core set of measurements (such as blood pressure, heart rate, and weight) and obtains custom measurements depending on each client’s health condition e.g., heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, hypertension and diabetes. The clinical/triage team from a service provider will ascertain the custom measurements for each client. That service provider (make up your own fictitious name) will hire equipment from an organisation such as Tunstall. You are to assume that current users have complained repeatedly about wanting to be able to engage in better self-management. The remote monitoring is helpful, because their vital signs are daily transferred to the monitoring service (Tunstall or other) and in case of problems their service provider is notified. But the users also want better feedback about their conditions, to reduce reliance on medical staff intervening, and to gain confidence about understanding their own situation and managing their own care.

You are the business systems analyst assigned to the project, you will need to produce:

Stakeholder map

• Draw stakeholder role names on a stakeholder map with 4 quadrants, Internal-Operation, Internal-Executive, External-Operation, External-Executive

Questionnaire

• Write 5 questions, either open and/or closed ended questions that you would send to stakeholders

• This should be written as a questionnaire that could be distributed

• The questions should aim to help you identify further details about the environment, the problem area and/or how the system would operate to help solve the problem

• Only write the questions, you should not write the answers

Use Case diagram and descriptions

• Draw a use case model for the information system

• Write brief Use Case description for each Use Case in the diagram

• Write one fully developed Use Case description for one of the important Use Cases identified

Rationale

This assessment has been designed to allow students to test and demonstrate their topic understanding related to:

• apply stakeholder analysis for of an information system;

• describe and apply requirements gathering techniques;

• define functional requirements

Marking criteria

Criteria

High Distinction (HD)

Distinction (DI)

Credit (CR)

Pass (PS)

Fail (FL)

   1.Stakeholder map

Maximum 5 Marks

Sets out the business case, and summarises other aspects of the project, including ‘needs and features’, and other product requirements, in a way that demonstrates breadth and depth of understanding and has insights and awareness of deeper more subtle aspects of the topic content. Evidence of having researched/read more widely beyond the core materials. Clearly shows Stakeholder map.

Sets out the business case, and summarises other aspects of the project, including ‘needs and features’, and other product requirements, in a way that demonstrates breadth and depth of understanding and has insights and awareness of many of the deeper more subtle aspects of the topic content.

Evidence of having read beyond the core materials. Clearly shows Stakeholder map.

Sets out the business case, and summarises other aspects of the project, including ‘needs and features’, and other product requirements, in a way that demonstrates thorough understanding of material presented in core texts and readings. Shows Stakeholder map.

Sets out the business case, and summarises other aspects of the project, including ‘needs and features’, and other product requirements, in a way that demonstrates evidence of having read material presented in core texts and readings. However literature is presented uncritically in a purely descriptive manner.

Content acknowledged but not really taken into account. Lists stakeholders.

Sets out the business case, and summarises other aspects of the project, including ‘needs and features’, and other product requirements, in a way that demonstrates very little evidence of having read material presented in core texts and readings. Inaccurate or inconsistent acknowledgment of sources.

Limited knowledge of key principles and concepts. Stakeholders not listed or inappropriate.

2.Questionnaire 

Maximum 5 Marks

5 or more questions are stated that demonstrates breadth and depth of understanding and has insights to and awareness of many of the deeper more subtle aspects of the topic. Evidence of having read beyond the core material.

4 or more questions are stated that demonstrates breadth of understanding and has insights to aspects of the topic. Evidence of having read the core material.

3 or more questions are stated that demonstrates understanding. Evidence of having read the core material.

2 or less questions stated, little evidence of having read material presented in core texts and readings. Basic knowledge of key principles and concepts.

1 or less questions stated, very little evidence of having read material presented in core texts and readings. Limited knowledge of key principles and concepts.

3.Functional Requirements

Maximum 16 Marks

 Use Case Model and descriptions, including a critical core use case. Demonstrates breadth and depth of understanding and has insights and awareness of deeper more subtle aspects of the topic content. Evidence of having researched/read more widely beyond the core materials.

 Use Case Model and descriptions, including a critical core use case. Demonstrates breadth and depth of understanding and has insights and awareness of many of the deeper more subtle aspects of the topic content. Evidence of having read beyond the core materials.

 Use Case Model and descriptions, including a critical core use case. Demonstrates thorough understanding of material presented in core texts and readings.

 Use Case Model and descriptions, including a critical core use case. Demonstrates evidence of having read material presented in core texts and readings. However literature is presented uncritically in a purely descriptive manner. Content acknowledged but not really taken into account.

 Use Case Model and descriptions, including a critical core use case. Demonstrates very little evidence of having read material presented in core texts and readings. Inaccurate or inconsistent acknowledgment of sources.

Limited knowledge of key principles and concepts.

4.Presentation, writing style, grammar and references

Maximum 4 Marks

Highly developed skills in expression and presentation of response.

Fluent writing style appropriate to assessment task.

Grammar and spelling accurate. Well-organised.

Well-developed skills in expression and presentation of response.

Fluent writing style appropriate to assessment task.

Grammar and spelling accurate.

Good skills in expression and clear presentation of response.

Mostly fluent writing style appropriate to assessment task.

Grammar and spelling accurate.

Some skills in expression and presentation of response.

Meaning apparent but writing style not always fluent or well organised.

Grammar and spelling contain errors.

Rudimentary skills in expression and presentation of response.

Not all material is relevant and/or is presented in a disorganised manner.

Meaning apparent but writing style not fluent or well-organised,

Grammar and spelling contain errors.

Presentation

Your answer should be approx. 5 pages, Times Roman size 12 (title page and references are not part of page count). You should use your own words and avoid lengthy quotations.

Requirements

If any references are required, ensure to use APA referencing to acknowledge the sources that you have used in preparing your assessment. Please refer to the CSU referencing guide http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu. In addition a very useful tool for you to use that demonstrates how to correctly use in text referencing and the correct way to cite the reference in your reference list can be found at https://apps.csu.edu.au/reftool/apa-6