Guidelines for Exercise Presentations Konstantina Georgieva FIN

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					Guidelines:
 Prepare at most 20 slides
 Headwords, no sentences
 A title for every slide
 Contents
 Title
 Overview
 Background
 Approach
 Summary
Presentation Delivery:
 Imagine this is your own paper!
 Think about your audience
 Speak for about 15-20 minutes
 5-10 minutes for discussion
Sample presentation:
Topics:
1.   A contingency approach to incorporate human, emotional
     and social influence into a TAM for KM programs

2.   Human Factors Analysis in Software Engineering

3.   Human Factors in Software Security Risk Management

4.   HUMAN ERRORS. A TAXONOMY FOR DESCRIBING
     HUMAN MALFUNCTION IN INDUSTRIAL
     INSTALLATIONS
Topics:
5.   HUMAN FACTORS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT:
     MODELS, TECHNIQUES, AND OUTCOMES

6.   Human Factors in Software Security Risk Management

7.   On Cognitive Properties of Human Factors in
     Engineering

8.   The human error rate assessment and optimizing system
     HEROES – procedure for evaluating and optimizing the
     man-machine interface in PSA
Topics:
9. Success and Failure: Human as Hero – Human as
   Hazard

10. Teamwork Pattern of Project Risk Management
   Based on knowledge Reuse

11. The Basic Research of Human Factor Analysis Based
   on Knowledge in Software Engineering

12. USER SATISFACTION AND SYSTEM SUCCESS:
   CONSIDERING THE DEVELOPMENT TEAM
Topics:
13. A Hazard Analysis of Human Factors in Safety-
   critical Systems Engineering

14. A Longitudinal Study of Information System Threat
   Categories: The Enduring Problem of Human Error

15. A Framework for Human Factors in Information
   Security

16. Advanced Human Factors Process Failure Modes
   and Effects Analysis
Organizational Remarks:
 Presentations will start from 27 November, 2009


 For presenting your topic bring your own laptop, or send
  me your presentation 2 days before your presentation day



 Exercise presentations are necessary part of your
  course work!!!

				
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