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					Summarizing thoughts & Final
        Tero Päivärinta
• What should we have learned?
  – What have we done, anyway.
• Tips for exam
• Etc.
• Final Evaluation
    What should we have learned?
•   “Upon  completion of the course the student has
    knowledge of ECM, E-collaboration, and social
    computing technologies, development approaches, and
    implementation challenges of such information systems
    in the enterprise context. The student can analyze
    enterprise requirements and create business cases for
    ECM and E-collaboration projects and select relevant
    technologies for business purposes. The student is able
    to contribute to development and implementation
    projects of ECM and E-collaboration applications.”
•   Have we reached this?
           What have we done?
• Lectures, (some of academic articles)
   – Concepts of ECM, eCollaboration, Social computing
   – Framework(s) for looking at ECM / eCollaboration (incl. social
     computing) in the enterprise
• Cases, Books
   – Organizational implementation cases of these technologies
• Group work
   – More in-depth reflections upon one part of the course contents
     depending on the choice
• Using eCollaboration tools during the course
   – Live Meeting + Polycom cam, Wiki, Skype

• What should we have had more / what less? (also a
  comment to the final evaluation)
• Open book
• Fronter –room for IS 904 exam
  – download exam questions kl. 9, upload
    answers kl. 12(.15)
• Remember to have your student number
• 3.12., 3 hours
                    Tips for exam
• NOT going to ask
   – What is this and this concept?
   – Assumes that everyone has read
   – (No time to start to read at the exam, though)
• But, more likely…
   – Use this framework / categorization of things & issues / method etc.
     to analyse this and this…
• That is – the exam tests to which extent you’re able to
  apply the academic ideas and to reflect them on practice /
• You do not have too much time
   – (Focus on the essentials, open book exam needs to be ”tough” to
     get some differences up to surface)
   – Don’t let that to depress, though  (it is ok to be angry at Tero,
     especially when the most participants are located in a different city
     at the time)
• Final comments?
                     Final evaluation
• Necessary to do according to the quality system of UiA (takes 15
• Done according to the same model than the mid-term evaluation
   – use live meeting (10-15 min) to discuss (text page?) about your
     feedback on this course
       •   select one person to write down the comments (promoted to presenter)
       •   What is good?
       •   What is not so good -> needs to be developed for the coming generations?
       •   Tero will ”log in” back to the meeting after 15 minutes – the presenter goes
           through the comments with Tero
   – Paste your results to wiki (a new page opened for ”sluttevaluering”)
       • Tero will then post his comments on those to the same wiki, from which you
         can check the ”reaction”
       • -> and Tero will post also these to Fronter, in order to fulfill the bureaucracy