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A Web Based Resource For I.T Undergraduates: An XML Schema for Employment Advertisement

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A Web Based Resource For I.T Undergraduates: An XML Schema for Employment Advertisement

Summary
The School of computing has a newsgroup (local.vacancies) that is used to pass on details of
any employment opportunities that the school is notified to. A large majority of these
opportunities are only suitable for students who have graduated and they may have trouble
getting access to the local news facility.
Also the details vary wildly and are often large verbose descriptions which would require the
reader to extract the relevant details leaving large amounts of information irrelevant. This is a
time consuming process for both the people entering the details and those reading it.
This project aims to produce an XML Schema for a job description demonstrated by a web
site in order to rectify both the accessibility and information consistency problems.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Problem Overview 1
1.2 Aim 2
1.3 Objectives 2
1.4 Minimum Requirements 2
1.5 Deliverables 2
Chapter 2 Background Research
2.1Similar Solutions
2.11 Prospects.ac.uk 3
2.12 Jobserve.com/it 3
2.13 Jobsite.co.uk 3
2.14 Cwjobs.co.uk 3
2.15 Graduatelink.com 4
2.22 User Requirements Capture Methodologies 5
2.21Participant Observation 5
2.22Individual interviews 6
2.23Focus Group 6
2.3 Implementation of Focus Group 7
2.4 Research Conclusion 7
Chapter 3 Design
3.1 Design Methodologies 8
3.2 Design Modelling Tools 9
3.3 XML (Extensible Modelling Language) 9
3.31 Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 10
3.32 XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) 10
3.4 HCI Issues 10
3.5 Review of advert sources 11
3.51 Prospects.ac.uk 11
3.52 Jobserve.com/it 11
3.53 Jobsite.co.uk 11
3.54 Cwjobs.co.uk 12
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3.55Graduatelink.com 12
3.6 Formulation of web site specification 13
3.7 UML Specification of system 14
3.8 Interface Design 17

Chapter 4 Implementation
4.1Using XML 18
4.2 Using CSS 20
4.3 Using XSL 21
4.4 Using HTML 25
4.41 Main Menu 25
4.42 Staff Menu 26
4.43 User Menu 27

Chapter 5 Evaluation
5.1 Topic Evaluation 29
5.2 Selection of Evaluation Criterion 29
5.3 Results of Applying Evaluation Criteria 29
5.31 Topic comparison to web site specification 29
5.32 HCI Evaluation 31
5.32 Topic Evaluation Results 33
5.4 Project Evaluation 33
5.5 Selection of Evaluation Criterion 33
5.6Results of Applying Evaluation Criteria 33
Chapter 6 Future Developments
6.1 Proposed Future Developments 35
Bibliography 36
Appendix A 38
Appendix B 39
Appendix C 40
Appendix D 44
Appendix E

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