Department of Information Science & Technology

 

RADIS

 

Welcome to RADIS! RADIS is a server maintained by the Doane College Department of Information Science and Technology (IST). It is used primarily by IST students and faculty when a server is needed for courses such as with Software Engineering or Web Application Development.

 

Because it is used in an educational environment, there is no guarantee that the server, and/or the applications on the server, will be available.

 

Below, you will find links to a small sampling of the many projects students have developed and/or use as part of their experience at Doane College. These projects were chosen because (1) they still provide a useful purpose and (2) they demonstrate the high-quality work expected of, and produced by, Doane students in the Department of Information Science and Technology.

 

 

Project

Link

Description

Credit

Comments

IST Developmental Portfolio

http://radis.doane.edu/portfolio

The development portfolio is used by all IST majors to track their development over their four years at Doane. More information on the developmental portfolio can be found on the IST website.

Stacy Sillasen (2001) initially designed and developed this application for her senior seminar project.

This application was developed using Microsoft Active Server Page (ASP) technology. You can explore the application by using istsample as both the username and password.

Paddlefish Bibliography

http://radis.doane.edu/paddlefish

Dr. Todd Georgi, retired professor of Biology at Doane, maintained this bibliography as part of his research. He asked the Department of IST to help him make it web based.

Lamarcus Stanley (2006) designed and developed this application for his senior seminar project.

This application was developed using Microsoft Active Server Page (ASP) technology. As he is retired, the email to Dr. Georgi may or may not get a response.

Poker Games

http://radis.doane.edu/poker

Dr. Jim Johnson has been collecting poker games for several years. He asked the Department of IST to help him acquire more games by developing a web application where individuals could view the games he has acquired in exchange for submitting new games.

Dan Tesar (2004) led a team of students in designing and developing this application for the project-based course IST 407 Web Application Development.

This application was developed using Microsoft Active Server Page (ASP) technology. Dr. Johnson is still looking for games, so give the application a try!

Nebraska Wildlife Federation Adopt-A-Stream

http://radis.doane.edu/NeWF

As part of its conservation efforts, the Nebraska Wildlife Federation sponsors an Adopt-a-Stream program whereby the health of streams can be monitored. The NeWF asked the Department of IST with assistance in moving their efforts from a paper/mail based system to a web-based system.

Craig Eiting (2010) designed and developed the initial version of this application for the project-based course IST 407 Web Application Development.

This is a test-version of the application. This application was developed using Microsoft ASP.NET, SQL Server Express, and MS Visual Studio 2005. It was developed using C#.NET.

Operating System Simulators

 

http://radis.doane.edu/OS

This link will take you to a directory where you can download three simulators (each in a zip file). Each simulator can be used to demonstrate/learn a concept typically found in an operating systems course. The first simulator is for disk scheduling algorithms; the second for process scheduling algorithms; and the third for virtual storage page replacement algorithms.

Allen Gilbert (2007) designed and developed the process scheduling simulator for his senior seminar project. Allen led a team of students in the Operating Systems course in designing and developing the page replacement simulator. Tim Engelhaupt (2008), one of those team members, designed and developed the disk scheduling algorithm for his senior seminar project.

All three applications were developed using MS Visual Studio 2005. The Microsoft .NET 2.0 framework is needed on your machine in order to execute the applications. Once you have this framework on your computer, simply unzip the simulator and click on the executable file (.exe).

ISTnet

http://radis.doane.edu/ISTnet

ISTnet is a site designed for the alumni, students, friends, and faculty of the IST program to network. Alumni can reconnect with one another for personal and professional reasons. Students can network with alumni and friends for internship and career opportunities. Faculty use the site to get input from alumni and friends on topics of interest to the department turning the site into an ongoing, virtual advisory council.

This site was designed and developed by Dr. Alec Engebretson during his sabbatical in the spring of 2009.Elements learned from this project will be taught in future IST 407 Web Application Development courses.

This application was developed using Microsoft .NET 3.5, AJAX, and MS Visual Studio 2008 (version 9.0).

Sunnyside Cemetery

http://radis.doane.edu/sunnyside

Sunnyside Cemetery is a site designed for individuals, such as geneologists, looking for information about individuals buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, or for individuals looking for plots.

Steven Carlson (2011) designed and developed the initial version of the web application for the project-based course IST355 - Web Application Design and Development.

This is a test version of the application.  This application was developed using MS Visual Studio 2010.

Doane Carbon Capture Project http://radis.doane.edu/dc2p The DC2P project has established long-term carbon monitoring tree plots in a number of forested areas around the Crete campus. This site was designed and developed by Dr. Alec Engebretson as a sample web application for the project-based IST355 - Web Application Development course. This is a test version of the application.  This application was developed using MS Visual Studio 2010.