Use Cases: CompComm/Courses Migration

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Use case definitions for Computing and Communication and Technology Support for Courses websites. Context: project to migrate computing.stanford.edu and courses.stanford.edu to Drupal-based service catalog (itservices.stanford.edu).


NAME:
Name of the use case.

SUMMARY:
Briefly describe the elements and outcomes of the use case.

PRIORITY:
High, Medium, or Low

ACTOR (NAME):
title or fictitious character firstname; e.g., "Facilities Project Manager" or "Roberto"

ACTOR (AFFILIATION):
faculty | visiting scholar | staff-academic | staff-administrative | student-graduate | student-undergrad | prospective student | parent | alumni | visitor | donor/investor | community/visitor | Emeritus Faculty/Staff | Press/Journalist | Other/Machine

CONTEXT & PRECONDITIONS:
List assumptions and provide additional, relevant user profile and/or situational details; e.g., Roberto is a grad student looking for information about how to increase his email quota.

SEQUENCE:

List and briefly describe steps taken/experienced by Actor and systems; use numbered-list format ... e.g.,
  1. followed "Computing" link from www.stanford.edu;
  2. clicked on "Services from all providers" link;
  3. scanned list and found "Email" ... followed link.

EXCEPTIONS:

List and briefly describe steps taken/experienced by Actor and systems; use numbered-list format, referencing previous sequence list(s) ...
3. scanned list but found "quota" instead of "Email" ...

RESULT(S):

Describe relevant post-conditions; e.g.,
"Roberto has submitted a request for additional quota and is awaiting fulfillment by IDG."


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