Software engineering

Seminar group

Seminar days

Day 1 - 7.3. 8-12

Chapters

  • 1-2

Presenters

  • Jesse Yli-Huumo
  • Ville Kytömäki

Presentation: criticalthinkingandargumentationpresentationchapers1-2.pptx

Day 2 - 28.3. 12-16

Chapters

  • Y-X

Presenters

  • Ilmo Räsänen chapter 3, 4

Presentation chapter_3-4_critical_thinking.pptx

  • Mikko Turunen, chapter 5

Presentation chapter5.pptx

  • Yongyi Wu, chapter 6, 7

Presentation chapter6-7.pptx

  • Johanna Pääkkönen, chapter 9

Presentation chapter9.pptx

Day 3 - 4.4. 8-12

Chapters

  • Cody Kotichas, chapter 8

Presentation ckotichas-chapter8.zip Presenters

  • Ilmo Räsänen

Presentation chapter_11_critical_thinking.pptx

  • Petro Vizhevskyi, chapter 12,13

Presentation ch_12-13.pptx

Day 4 - 25.4. 12-16

Practical work day!!

Homeworks

Personal homeworks

  • Analyze the childhood game you selected in classes using the framework
  • Analyze your childhood game using patterns
  • Look for games you like (select approx. 5 different) and analyze if these have common patterns (to realize what you really like and why)

Group homeworks

  • Collectively design a game by using 80% of the following patterns (Jari/Janne selects 10 patterns)
    • Betrayal (social interaction)
    • Asymmetric goals (Goal structures)
    • Delayed effects (Narrative structures)
    • Diminishing returns (Resource and resource management)
    • Movable tiles (game elements)
    • Dynamic Goal Characteristics (Goals)
    • The Show Must Go On (game state)
    • Imperfect Information (Information Quality)
    • Character Development (Narrative Structures)
    • Storytelling (Narrative Structures)

Final works

  • Provide your coursera course diploma to the lecturer
  • Create 4 exam questions representing the course contents. Explain why the question is good.
  • Grade the presentations
  • Answer to the course questionaire
  • As a group prepare the final presentation of your group to the final presentation
  • Divide x*10 points among course participant (x=number of people in the course)

Extra work for people who missed lectures

  • If you missed lectures you need to provide short reviews (1/2 page each) of all those chapters we went through that lecture time.

Extra work for those who did not get the coursera diploma

  • Critical thinking and argumentation - look for web based material into this topic (that we could possibly use in this course) and provide a summary how the critical thinking and argumentation part implemented like that could help in the discussion part of our seminar course.

Groupwise working area

Green IT

Seminar group

Seminar days

Day 1 - 7.3. 12-16

Book Computing research

  • Whole book

Presenters

  • Ville Myllynpää
  • Victoria Palacin

Day 2 - 28.03.14 [8h30-11h30]

Book Computing our way to paradise, by Robert Rattle.

  • Chapter 1-4

Presenters

Day 3 - 4.4. 12-16

Book Computing our way to paradise

  • Chapter 5-10

Presenters

Day 4 - 25.4. 8-12

Possible scientific papers!!

Homeworks

Personal homeworks

  • Homework 1: Each had your personal tasks given in the lectures (I do not recall those)
  • Homework 2: Follow your everyday consumption, consider sustainability selections and analyze the sustainability effect
  • Homework 3: What sustainability means to you after this course; 5 slide presentation (the big picture of your perspective)

Group homeworks

Final works

  • Provide your diploma of the required Course course to the lecturer (if you missed this then extra work)
  • Create 4 exam questions representing the course contents. Explain why the question is good (can be included into homework3)
  • Grade the presentations of other presenters
  • Answer to the course questionnaire
  • As a group prepare the final presentation of your group to the final presentation
  • Divide x*10 points among course participant (x=number of people in the course)

Extra work for people who missed lectures

  • If you missed lectures you need to provide short reviews (1/2 page each) of all those chapters we went through that lecture time.

Extra work for those who did not get the coursera diploma

  • Critical thinking and argumentation - look for web based material into this topic (that we could possibly use in this course) and provide a summary how the critical thinking and argumentation part implemented like that could help in the discussion part of our seminar course.

Groupwise working area

Final groupwise presentations - 29.4

- SWE

- Green IT