Skooloid

Software Evaluation via Movies - "Skooloid"

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgFjr5iMxC4

Evaluation Guidelines

I. Overview

  1. What is the goal of the software system presented in this movie?
  2. What features are presented and how important are they? Describe one of the features in terms of 1) service, 2) object, 3) actor, 4) event and action, 5) information, 6) context, and 7) sequence of events
  3. Draw an architectural diagram to depict the system presented in this movie.

II. Evaluation of the movie

  1. How would you rate it in terms of its ability to describe the software? (rating: 0 (lowest) – 10 (highest))
  2. How would you rate it in terms of its ability to hold your attention? (rating: 0 (lowest) – 10 (highest))
  3. Do you think the use of movies to depict software has the potential to result in creative software design? Justify your answer.
  4. What is your overall opinion regarding the movie form an artistic perspective?
  5. What is your overall opinion regarding the movie form a technical perspective?
  6. If you had to improve the movie, what would you do differently?
  7. Do you feel it is helpful to use movies to illustrate use cases as part of the software engineering life cycle?

Students' Comments

Evaluation for Skooloid

Meta Evaluation Guidelines

  1. Once you compare your report with the project description, describe how accurately you think you comprehend the system presented in the video? (rating: 0 (lowest) – 10 (highest))
  2. What are the major differences between your report and the actual system description? What couldn’t you capture by viewing the video?
  3. Why do you think the differences exist? Elaborate on your choice(s) below:
    1. Your lack of knowledge
    2. Limitation of video as a medium for describing software design
    3. Video was not well made and therefore had to understand
    4. Problems in textual or diagrammatical description (document)
    5. Other reasons
  4. Are there any mistakes (including conceptual, modeling, and design, etc) in the video?
  5. Are there any mistakes (including conceptual, modeling, and design, etc) in the document?

Students' Comments

Meta Evaluation for Skooloid

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