School of Computer Sciences has successfully organized a workshop on “Restructuring Final Year Project” attended by 12 senior lecturers and a system administrator of the school. The workshop addresses the planning and implementation of one-year Final Year Project Programme which will be offered in the next academic year to the first batch of students under four-year programme.
The participants were divided into five groups to discuss the following aspects:
• New Proposal Template and Guideline • Type of Project - Individual or Team-Based Including Standard • Format of Report Based on Formulation of Type of Project (Depend on Nature of Each Project) • Evaluation Grading Based on Formulation of Type of Project • Problem and Nature of Current State of Final Year Project (FYP)
0915 - 1230 Group Discussion 1 1230 - 1400 Lunch 1400 - 1600 Group Discussion 2 1600 - 1700 Group Presentation (5 Groups: 10 minutes each) 1700 - 1715 Wrap-up
Closing by: Assoc. Prof. Nur'Aini Abdul Rashid
8:00am - 05:00pm
Training Room, Level 7, School of Computer Sciences
Staff, Academic Staff
School Of Computer Sciences USM , Malaysia
This is a workshop to discuss Final Year Project structure which is offered to undergraduate students in CS. This workshop is hoped to enable successful work plan of planning and implementation of FYP programme and achieve its goal to produce better students and better final year projects.
DUP B (The building near USM Bukit Gambir’s entrance, opposite the USM athletics stadium)
Student, Staff, Academic Staff, External
School of Computer Sciences, USM , Malaysia
You are cordially invited to bring along your friends to attend the afternoon event on 31st October as follows:
Event: Industrial Talks & Soft Launch of Master of Informatics Date: 31st October, 2012 (Wednesday) Duration: 2.30pm – 4.50pm Venue: DUP B (The building near USM Bukit Gambir’s entrance, opposite the USM athletics stadium)
Agenda: 2.30pm – 3.10pm E-Commence and Social Media By Mr Clement Chau, ExaBytes Technologies Sdn Bhd
3.10pm – 3.25pm The Journey to Master of Informatics By Dr. Vincent Khoo, USM
3.25pm – 3.45pm Master of Informatics Programme By Prof Dr. Abdullah Zawawi Hj Talib, USM
3.45pm – 4.05pm Certificate of Advanced Studies in Information Systems and Telecommunications Management (SU CAS) (iSchool video, introduction video and phone conference via Skype) By Prof Paul Gandel, Syracuse University
4.05pm – 4.35pm Technopreneurial Opportunities on Customer Relationship Management and Support Services By Mr. Mohandeep Singh, CEO of Soft Solvers Technologies Sdn Bhd
4.35pm – 4.50pm Q&A Session
4.50pm The End
For more information, please visit: http://event.cs.usm.my/cs-care2012/index.php/ms/ http://www.cs.usm.my/index.php/programme/postgraduate/ms-is
Abdullah Zawawi Talib, PhD Profesor & Timbalan Dekan (Jaringan Industri & Masyarakat)/ Professor & Deputy Dean (Industry & Community Networks) Pusat Pengajian Sains Komputer/ School of Computer Sciences Universiti Sains Malaysia 11800 USM Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Title: Developing a Compelling Business Case for Web Accessibility Host: St. Nicholas’ Home for the Visually Impaired, Penang, in partnership with Universiti Sains Malaysia Date: 30 November, 2011 Venue: Auditorium INFORMM, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Call for Participations Web Accessibility 2011 by St. Nicholas’ Home for the Visually Impaired In collaboration with Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) 30th November 2011, 9am to 5pm @ Auditorium, INFORMM, USM
What is Web Accessibility 2011? Don’t miss this chance to learn how accessibility can benefit your organisation from St. Nicholas’ Home’s knowledgeable IT staff and Get on-the-spot accessibility assessment of your website and consultancy. Web Accessibility 2011 is also a chance to learn how St. Nicholas can work with your organisation now and in the future to promote greater accessibility and interoperability.
Mind “Accessibility” as Your Business?
• Accessibility not only helps people with visual challenge. It also benefits older users, mobile phone users, and other individuals who want to do business with you.
• The percentage of older users with age-related accessibility needs is growing. Improved accessibility can help your organisation to reach out further to this increasingly important customer base.
• Organisation with accessible websites benefit from, reduced legal risk, demonstration of corporate social responsibility, and increased customer loyalty.
• Web Accessibility does provide positive Impact on search engine optimization from accessibility improvements. Making it more visible on the Internet.
Who should attend?
Any company or organisation that relies on the Internet for publicity, increasing its market share, or raising its revenue.
Mr. David Hathaway, IT Instructor and Consultant, St. Nicholas’ Home, Penang.
Mr. Amir Teh Bin Husin Teh, Federal Government, Kuala Lumpur.
Session 1 9.30am – 10.15am Keynote Speaker 1: Business Case for Accessibility by Mr. David Hathaway 10.15am – 10.45am Tea Break 10.45am – 11.30am Keynote Speaker 2: Evaluating a Site for Accessibility Requirements by Mr. Amir Teh
Session 2 11.30am – 12.15pm Speaker 1: How to make a site more usable by low vision visitors by Mr. Albert Cheah 12.15pm – 1.00pm Speaker 2: Html and Flash Accessibility by Mr. David Hathaway and Mr. Albert Cheah 1.00pm – 2.00pm Lunch Break
Session 3 2.00pm – 2.45pm Speaker 3: How St. Nicholas helps businesses with accessibility needs 2.45pm – 3.30pm Speaker 4: TBA 3.30pm – 4.15pm Panel Discussion 4.15pm – 5pm Closing Ceremony