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29 Oct 08

 Issues (Focus)
 Who? (Participants)
1. Who will work on the project?
2. Who will manage the project?
3. Who will manage the system after it is in operation?
1. The participants (the HSC IPT Class and Mr Woo) will work on the project.

2. The team leaders of each group will manage the project and help from Mr Woo.

3. Mr Woo. May be edited further in the future from other classes for updates.
 What? (Outcomes)
4. What are the specific objectives of the new system?
4. To create an online version of the most updated HSC IPT syllabus.
 When? (Timeline)
5. When will the project start and finish?
6. When will each individual stage start and finish?
5. October 14-27.

6. They will start when they receive their tasks and they should finish by the time the project is due.
 How? (Methods)
7. How will the development process be organised?
8. How will project personnel and users work together?
7. Parts of the project will be split up between all members of the IPT class. Each member would receive various tasks necessary for the completion of the project.

8. The personnel are the same as the users in this project.
 Resources? (IT)
9. What hardware, software, data and information resources will be needed?
9. Hardware - Keyboard, mouse, monitor, computer, modem, network cables
Software - Internet Browser, PDF Viewer, Word processor, operating system
Resources - Online HSC IPT Syllabus.
 Expected results? (Outcomes)
10. What milestones will be reached at the end of each stage in the project?
10. Complete transfer of HSC IPT syllabus, completely functional navigation capabilities

Project Communication and Collaboration

Underneath the table on your own page, create a textbox with the heading "Project Communication & Collaboration", and give a detailed description of the kinds of communicating and teamwork you had to use in order to complete your project tasks and make the Syllabus Project a reality.
We often needed to use direct personal communiction (face-to-face) rather than communication electronically (emails, talk page etc.). Face-to-face communication was crucial to teamwork.