eLivingCampus Presentations

Posted on November 26, 2008

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eLivingCampus Software engineering presentations

As you know, our software engineering classes are developing the information systems that will power the LivingCampus. Last week the groups gave their final presentations to their clients – Paula and Michelle.

I was really impressed how the realisation that the LivingCampus is “more than a garden” came through in the students’ work. Their systems reflected this more than a garden, supporting not just the functional aspects of operating a garden, but in using this to enhance learning. As Michelle summarised at the end – these developments will act to bring about more sustainable ways of living.

In the third iteration, groups within each of the two classes worked together to produce integrated systems.  A common database, style guide and directory structure were established and groups worked to pass information from one section to another – from maps to search and back again. 

 

eLivingCampus Software engineering presentations Zac demonstrating the bask-end database for B-stream. 

eLivingCampus Software engineering presentationseLivingCampus Software engineering presentations Search results integrated into the interactive map. 

eLivingCampus Software engineering presentations   Database driving both kiosk and website searches. 

eLivingCampus Software engineering presentations   Stream B’s home page. 

eLivingCampus Software engineering presentations Games to enhance sustainability awareness. 

eLivingCampus Software engineering presentationseLivingCampus Software engineering presentations Stream A integrated interface. 

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eLivingCampus Software engineering presentations Visual plant indentification.

eLivingCampus Software engineering presentations Development of a 3d tour

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