Category Archives: Requirements Gathering

Requirements Gathering related activities

UKRISS Phase 2: Data Gathering

Over the last few weeks, the project team have been working on requirements and data gathering for Phase 2. At KCL, the team has been working on gathering information about the reporting information collected by the RCUK systems ROS (Research … Continue reading

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Capturing Motivations for Better Research Information Management

Following on from last week’s blog, a little more about who we interviewed and what we asked them about regarding their motivations for improved research information management. The interview demographics represent a range of individuals and organisations who are involved … Continue reading

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Project news from the summer

Things were all quiet on the blog over the summer, mostly because we had our heads down working on our requirements capture, analysis and clustering. Over the coming weeks we’ll have some more detailed posts about all these tasks, as … Continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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