Course - Implementation of Enterprise Collaboration Systems - TDMA4007
TDMA4007 - Implementation of Enterprise Collaboration Systems
Examination arrangement: Assignment
Grade: Letter grades
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Utilization of modern collaboration platforms such as virtual collaboration rooms, audio-visual communication solutions or project hotels for sharing and distributing project resources is complicated. In this course, students will learn to relate to this complexity by receiving training in the implementation and adaptation of relevant collaboration solutions. The course will enable students to facilitate and adapt for good collaboration, by utilizing different collaboration technology solutions in an optimal way, in relation to the specific needs of selected organizations.
After completing the course, the following overall learning outcomes should be achieved:
- Be able to give examples of how selected collaboration solutions can be implemented and adapted to specific needs.
- Be able to account for the types of needs in an organization that can typically affect how collaboration solutions are to be configured and adapted.
- Be able to explain what kind of needs and guidelines are crucial for the choice of different systems / solutions for interaction.
- Demonstrate basic set-up and associated possibilities in current tools for digital interaction.
- Be able to utilize the core functionality in selected collaboration solutions and contribute with training systems in relation to this.
- Be able to implement current collaboration solutions based on specific needs.
- Be able to identify challenges in relation to interaction and contribute with system-related solutions in relation to these challenges.
- Be able to contribute to new thinking and new application of collaboration solutions.
- Be able to contribute to the tools working in an interaction between the users and that the work processes thus become interaction processes.
- Be able to ensure good facilitation of technological solutions so that the solutions can actually be utilized.
- Be able to contribute to a user training that avoids negative consequences for the interaction.
Learning methods and activities
Various forms of work and learning activities will be used with a combination of lectures, student presentations and essay writing.
- Further information in the course description
Further on evaluation
REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENT WORK: Participation in a minimum of 75% of the learning activities. The activities are announced at the start of the course. In special cases where 75% participation is not satisfied, the student can enter into an agreement with the course coordinator (emneansvarlig) about alternative learning activities.
ASSESSMENT: Essay written in groups of up to 3 students. All aids allowed.
Postponed Assessment: Next time the course is taught.
Recommended previous knowledge
TDMA4003 Scientific Methods, TDMA4004 Knowledge Management, TDMA4008 Cooperation Technology and TDMA4009 Project Management
Required previous knowledge
The course is reserved for students admitted to the Master's Degree Program in Digital Collaboration or the Master’s Degree Program in Archives and Collections Management.
Course literature is determined at the start of the course.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Second degree level
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: SPRING 2024
Language of instruction: Norwegian
Examination arrangement: Assignment
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- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"