Category Archives: Requirements & Feasibility

Requirements & Feasibility related content (second tier of project activities)

Research Ethics

A substantial part of the project is the initial requirements gathering through interviews with a broad spectrum of stakeholders. Following JISC guidelines and academic best practice, the project team regarded that all interviews should be structured within an ethical framework. … Continue reading

Posted in Requirements & Feasibility, Requirements Gathering | Tagged , | Comments Off on Research Ethics

Stakeholder Mapping

The aim of Phase 1 of the UKRISS project is to determine the feasibility, requirements and scope of a UK national research information reporting service. Requirements will be gathered from a range of organisations, to include stakeholders providing: 1) strategic, … Continue reading

Posted in Requirements & Feasibility, Stakeholders | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Stakeholder Mapping

Functional and Non-Functional requirements

During the requirements gathering phase of the project, we’ll be categorising the requirements we generate against a set of broad areas. This will make it easy to locate requirements for particular aspects and to ensure that we are suitably covering … Continue reading

Posted in Requirements & Feasibility, Requirements Gathering | Tagged | Comments Off on Functional and Non-Functional requirements

Beginning Requirements Capture

Requirements gathering and analysis is a major component of Phase 1 of the UKRISS project. Face-to-face interviews will be the default methodology, with telephone interviews as a standby option. This methodology is chosen in preference to others, such as a … Continue reading

Posted in Requirements & Feasibility, Requirements Gathering | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Beginning Requirements Capture