E-Commerce Toolbox teachers guide
Code that has no comments to provide understanding
Code that is written hard against the left margin – i.e. no indentation
Pages that exceed a predetermined download time
It is preferable that there is more than one example provided for the learners, who should experience:
Something clearly wrong and doesn’t work
Something that works, but clearly doesn’t conform to agreed standards
Something that works, but is arguable if it conforms to agreed standards
Note: this exercise has similarities to the project in Implement quality assurance for a website.
The RTO provides audit findings based on a theoretical example, from which learners are required to develop an audit report.
This Toolbox provides examples and templates for the following audit documents:
Audit test report
The learner project involves three sequential submissions.
An overview of the system to be audited
This submission is required in order to focus the learner on the system to be audited. The exercise is basically a copy and paste exercise.
An audit plan and test plan
Learners are presented with templates to assist in the development of the plan and tests. The project page suggests that they contact the facilitator in order to identify the proportion of audit criteria and tests that can be copied from the template. It is recommended that learners copy several audit criteria in order to ensure a reasonable audit, although it is also recommended that they develop their own audit criteria to enable the facilitator to assess their learning.
Auditing and reporting
Learners are required to audit a system and report their findings in a report template.
It is recommended that a learner audits a peer’s website rather than their own. This will expose the learner to alternative development methods.
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