Course Unit: Database and Web Applications Laboratory
Programmes: MIEIC, 3º (104 students, 31.01.2013)
Academic Year: 2012/2013
Credits: 7 ECTS
Hours/Weeks: 1x2T, 6x3P
Teachers: João Correia Lopes | Sérgio Nunes
Portuguese. Suitable for English-speaking students.
The unit aims at revisit the learning outcome of databases and web languages and technologies, providing a practical perspective on this core areas of computer engineering.
In this course, the students will learn how to design and develop web-based information systems backed by database management systems.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
Databases: data modelling with UML, relational model, SQL language.
The lectures will be used for presentation of the scripts of the work and representative examples and their discussion, analysis of assessments and brief introductions to the technologies they use.
The practical classes will be used for laboratory project development as a group project with the teacher as a consultant.
Physical sciences > Computer science > Informatics
Distributed evaluation without final exam
|Description||Type||Time (Hours)||Date of conclusion|
|User Requirements Document (RER)||Laboratory work or fieldwork||27||11/03/2013|
|Database Specification Report (REB)||Laboratory work or fieldwork||27||08/04/2013|
|Architecture Document and Vertical Prototype (RAP)||Laboratory work or fieldwork||27||29/04/2013|
|Product (P)||Laboratory work or fieldwork||36||03/06/2013|
|Individual Performance (DI)||Attendance||0|
Classification = 15% RER + 20% REB + 15% RAP + 40% PA + 10% DI
RER - Requirements Specification Report
REB - Database Specification Report
RAP - Architecture Report and Vertical Prototype
PA - Product and Presentation
DI - Individual Performance
Marks of any component of assessment may vary from element to element in the same group.
Minimum required to pass this course: 40% in each practical assignment.
This course, given its laboratory nature is not eligible for evaluation in a single moment, so the pratical work evaluation cannot be replaced by taking an exam.
There are no special works or tests.
All students have the same evaluation.
Students may improve the mark in the course's next edition.
— JCL, SSN