GCC Teaching: 052445 LOG eSpace Concepts 1. LOG of the course, Groupware Competence Center, Paderborn 2002.

Log of the course eSpace Concepts 1

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PLACES: Paderborn
TIME: 2002
 
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22.08.2003 Einsichtnahme
You can have a look at your exam on 22.09.2003, 16:00 - 17:00, Room E1.143.

05.08.2003 Exam Results
The exam results of the 2nd edition can be found in the GCC Teaching Roadmap.

29.07.2003 Final exam 2nd edition
Please read through the entire text carefully!
The final written exam will be computer based and takes place on Monday, August 4th, 2003. The exam consists of 60 questions, the duration is 60 minutes. Each question will either be multiple choice (1 to 4 correct choices out of 4 available choices) or fill in the blank. The language of the exam is English. You will use a standard PC and an internet browser in the PC-Lab of the Fakultät Wirtschaftswissenschaften (building H, 5th floor) to answer the questions.

Only students that are listed in this log as having successfully completed all 3 assignments and are registered with the Prüfungssekretariat Wirtschaftswissenschaften can take the exam. It is your responsibility to check the corresponding lists as published in the "General Information" section of 18.11. and 16.12., as well as the official exam list of the Prüfungssekretariat.
A final aggregated list of participants will be published in this log approximately three days prior to the exam.
The qualified exam participants will be grouped in two groups who will then take the exam in one of two PC-Lab rooms:

Room H5.231
Room H5.221
11:00 - 12:00
Group 1
Group 2

21.07.2003 Self Assessment available again
You can practice using the assessment software that you will use in the 2nd edition of the final exam in an online self assessment again. Just type your last name into the login box. The group name is "eSpace1". Take the "Begin Here" test first. This test will explain how to use the test software. After that, you can continue with the eSpace self assessments. The software officially supports all common browsers. However, problems with the Netscape 7 browser have been reported.
We strongly encourage you to make use of this opportunity!

05.03.2003 Exam Results
The result of the exam is published in the semester log of the GCC.

21.02.2003 Retirement of the self assessment
The self assessment will only be available until Monday (Feb., 24th) midnight. You will not be able to use the server on Tuesday, because we update the software and put in questions for the final exam.

20.02.2003 Exam Groups, time and location
You will find the final list with the exam groups in the "Exam Groups" Section of the news area. If your name is not on the list, it is your responsibility to contact Ingo Erdmann immediately and clarify any issues.

16.02.2003 Self Assessment
You can practice using the assessment software that you will use in the final exam in an online self assessment now. More questions will be added subsequently during the following week. Just type your last name into the login box. The group name is "eSpace1". Take the "Begin Here" test first. This test will explain how to use the test software. After that, you can continue with the eSpace self assessments. The software officially supports all common browsers. However, problems with the Netscape 7 browser have been reported.

12.02.2003 Course Evaluation
Your opinion is really important to us. Please help us improve the lecture next semester and fill out the evaluation form for this course.

10.02.2003 Final written exam
Please read through the entire text carefully!
The final written exam will be on Tuesday, February 25th, 2003. The exam consists of 60 questions, the duration is 60 minutes. Each question will either be multiple choice (1 to 4 correct choices out of 4 available choices) or fill in the blank. The exam is computer based. You will use a standard PC and an internet browser in the PC-Lab of the Fakultät Wirtschaftswissenschaften (Building H, level 5) to answer the questions.

You will be able to familiarize yourself with the user interface of the computer based exam prior to the exam. A "test exam" will be published approximately one week prior to the exam for self assessment. The test exam will only be available in English. Instructions of how to take the test exam will be published in this log. We strongly encourage you to make use of this opportunity!

The default language of the exam is English. If you prefer to take a German version of the exam, you have to apply for a German version at least one week prior to the exam. You can do so by sending an eMail to Ingo Erdmann as soon as possible, but not later than Tuesday, February 18th, 2003.

Only students that are listed in this log as having successfully completed all 3 assignments and are registered with the Prüfungssekretariat Wirtschaftswissenschaften can take the exam. It is your responsibility to check the corresponding lists as published in the "General Information" section of 18.11. and 16.12., as well as the official exam list of the Prüfungssekretariat.
A final aggregated list of participants will be published in this log approximately three days prior to the exam.
The qualified exam participants will be grouped in 4 groups who will then take the exam in one of two PC-Lab rooms:

Room H5.231
Room H5.221
16:00 - 17:00
Group 1
Group 2
17:30 - 18:30
Group 3
Group 4

The group lists will be published in this log prior to the exam. If your name is listed in Group 4, please prepare to be eventually delayed until 19:00 - 20:00 in case seating cannot be accomplished as planned.

09.02.2003 Sample Questions
The first 43 sample questions are available in the respective sections of the first 5 lectures. The rest will be added subsequently during this week.

19.12.2002 Presentations IBM DeveloperDay
The presentations of the IBM DeveloperDay can now be downloaded at the following site: http://www-5.ibm.com/de/events/groupware/presentation.html.

16.12.2002 Result Assignment 2
You will find the result of assignment 1 in the "General Information" section of 16.12. Please check the list of names of the students that successfully completed assignment 2. If you sent in your assignment but do not find your name on the list, it is your responsibility to contact Ingo Erdmann immediately and clarify the issue.

03.12.2002 Presentation and Workshop Bill Andreas
The presentation of Bill Andreas will probably be cancelled. As these presentations had been declared to be exam relevant, we have to switch to a new speaker. Therefore, you have to attend the presentation "Domino without Wires - Developing Applications with Domino Everyplace" by Stuart McRae. It will take place on Thursday, Dec-5th, 15:45, in the Heinz Nixdorf MuseusForum (HNF).
We encourage you to participate in the Main Session in Audimax on Wednesday as well. You will find the most up to date agenda on the GCC website.

27.11.2002 IBM DeveloperDay
Please remember to stop by the interesting presentations and workshops at the IBM DeveloperDay at the University of Paderborn on December 4th and 5th, 2002. For details, please refer to the conference homepage.

18.11.2002 Result Assignment 1
You will find the result of assignment 1 in the "General Information" section of 18.11. Please check the list of names of the students that successfully completed assignment 1. If you filled out the profile but do not find your name on the list, it is your responsibility to contact Ingo Erdmann immediately and clarify the issue.

18.11.2002 Current Teams:
You will find the current teams in the "Current Teams" section of the news area.

11.11.2002 Exam Language
The final written exam will take place in Audimax on 25-Feb-2003 16:00. Following the students' unanimous vote to give the lecture in English, we intent to conduct the final exam in English as well. As announced, students are required to carry out three mid-term assignments and pass the final written exam in order to obtain 2 credit points. Given this background, the final written exam will be in multiple-choice format.
We herewith ask you to respond to Ingo Erdmann via e-mail if you do not agree.