Overview of scenarios & requirements

The analysis of this Work package has yielded 4 broad themes of co-operation. These themes are listed below.  In addition, scenarios are indicated (linked) that are associated with one or more of these themes. The following notation has been choosen: FHNW1 = The first scenario of FHNW.

  • FHNW: University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland
  • SUPSI: Distance University of Applied Sciences
  • UNIBE: University of Berne
  • UNIFR: University of Fribourg
  • UNIGE: University of Geneva

Synchronous collaboration: The following scenarios describe situations where students, teachers, or university employees co-operate, teach and communicate in real time.

FHNW1, FHNW2, FHNW5, SUPSI2, UNIBE2

Asynchronous document collaboration & sharing: The following scenarios describe situations where students, teachers, or university employees work on one document or share resources in time delayed manner.

FHNW3, FHNW5, SUPSI1,  SUPSI2, SUPSI3, SUPSI6, UNIGE1, UNIGE2, UNIGE3, UNIGE4, UNIGE5, UNIBE1

Project management: The following scenarios describe situations where students, teachers, or university employees co-ordinate their work, for example in terms of distribution of work or setting of timeline schedules.

FHNW3 FHNW4, SUPSI1, SUPSI2, UNIGE4

Networking and documentation: The following scenarios describe situations where students, teachers, or university employees easily connect and get in touch with each other, or where they document and re-access resources across different phases of their career.

FHNW7, FHNW8, FHNW 6, SUPSI5, UNIFR 2, UNIGE5

Two further, minor themes describe how users can gain an overview of their collaborative activities in an information cockpit (SUPSI4, UNIGE4), and how students can engage in peer evaluation (UNIFR1, UNIGE4)