Title

Collection Companion

Date

5-26-2016 4:45 PM

End Time

26-5-2016 5:00 PM

Location

Information Technology Center (ITC) 211

Department

Computer Science

Session Chair

Scot Morse

Session Chair

Mitch Fry

Session Title

Computer Science and Information Systems Senior Capstone

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Mitch Fry

Presentation Type

Presentation

Abstract

For individual media collectors who are motivated to complete their collections in a an efficient and effective manner. The Collection Companion is a friendly online solution that provides the ability to help archive media, with additional tools and resources to assist in completing their collections. With the ability to input records of media such as Books, CD’s, Video Games and more for optimal organization, the Collection Companion will provide additional functions such as adding titles to a wishlist for later purchasing, statistics of titles owned by the Collection Companion community, tracking of media formats that titles are owned in, and a rating system for items both owned and unowned to help sort a Collector’s media and wish list for prioritization. Unlike similar archiving software that neglects to take into account future purchases, as well as individuals rating criteria, Collection Companion does it’s best to take in all aspects of a Collectors tastes in order to increase their efficiency in decision making and archiving activities.

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Collection Companion

Information Technology Center (ITC) 211

For individual media collectors who are motivated to complete their collections in a an efficient and effective manner. The Collection Companion is a friendly online solution that provides the ability to help archive media, with additional tools and resources to assist in completing their collections. With the ability to input records of media such as Books, CD’s, Video Games and more for optimal organization, the Collection Companion will provide additional functions such as adding titles to a wishlist for later purchasing, statistics of titles owned by the Collection Companion community, tracking of media formats that titles are owned in, and a rating system for items both owned and unowned to help sort a Collector’s media and wish list for prioritization. Unlike similar archiving software that neglects to take into account future purchases, as well as individuals rating criteria, Collection Companion does it’s best to take in all aspects of a Collectors tastes in order to increase their efficiency in decision making and archiving activities.