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FINAL ASSESSMENT 2012
Business & Employment
2.2 Education &Training
-Teaching and learning using second life
2.5 Home & Leisure
HL Case Study
IT in the News
15 in 15
Paper 2 Collaboration
Inside ITGS Wiki
Inside ITGS Ning
Criterion E - Project
Criterion E - Project/Product Development
The product is created using the information submitted in the requirements specification (criterion B),
project schedule (criterion C) and the product design (criterion D).
The student must present a list of the techniques used in the product at the start of this criterion.
A complex product is defined as one that includes at least three appropriate advanced techniques. The list
of techniques will be posted on the OCC annually.
A simple product cannot be awarded more than 4 marks for criterion E.
The information in the documentation linked to the development of the product must provide a detailed
account, using extended writing, to justify the following.
The structure of the product and why it is appropriate
The techniques used (see the list on the OCC), including screenshots, in the development of the product, and reasons why they are appropriate to it
Additional technical information, if appropriate, that will support the functionality of the product, such as web hosting or security information
Any reference material such as templates, program code, applets or other materials that have been used or modified must be acknowledged. Failure to do so will be considered a significant omission.
IB Worked Examples
Florence History Booklet Criterion E -
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Website (Digiteen Compass) -
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