This is the first of two deadlines related to Project Milestone 2.
You or your team will give an 8-minute presentation on your progress on the project so far. This will take place over two days: 3/22/2018 and 3/27/2018.
In your presentations:
Give an overview of your project timeline, where you are in the timeline, and what you've accomplished to date. If you had to revise your timeline, mention that as well.
For the rest of the presentation, give details on the accomplishments to date based on your own timeline. For example, some groups may be giving a synthesis of related work that they read, while others may show a screenshot or video of software they are developing. This is all based on your project timeline.
After your presentation:
We will give 5 minutes after each presentation so that everyone in the class can give feedback. You can use these comments and suggestions to improve the Project Milestone 2 - Report assignment due the following week.
The slides are due at the beginning of class March 22nd, regardless of when you present. This way, I can give more detailed comments on your slides and it is fair to the first groups that are presenting five days earlier.
Rubric for presentations:
I will be grading on these points (where I am answering yes = 1, partially = 0.5, missing = 0):
1. Did they present the timeline presented in their proposal? Did they state where they are along their timeline? If the timeline was modified, did they present the new timeline and explain why they made the modifications? (1pt)
2. For each milestone accomplished: (if multiple milestones completed, I will be calculating an average score of milestones for this portion)
- Did they explain the purpose of the milestone and how it contributes to the final deliverable? (1pt)
- Did they explain how they completed the milestone? (1pt)
- Did they show evidence of completing the milestone? (e.g. presentation of related work, screenshots, drawings, lists of interview questions) (1pt)
A note on partially = 0.5:
There could be several reasons someone receives partial credit:
- the milestones are not consistent with the final deliverable
- lack of clarity
- project timeline is not timed properly with the semester (e.g. too short)
- answering some, but not all of the questions that encompass 1 point