For this assignment, you will turn in your project final deliverable and supporting files by end of day 5/6/2018.
For the executive summary:
This is a *new* document, though you are more than welcome to recycle text from previous milestones. This should be a standalone document. It should be 3-4 pages single spaced. It should include four sections:
Section 1: Research/design questions
Section 2: Timeline (include the final timeline itself and how you stuck to your timeline)
Section 3: Completed milestones
Section 4: A list and description of your final project deliverables that will be submitted along with the document.
In addition to the executive summary:
Upload any files associated with your project deliverables (e.g., research write ups, survey results, video demonstrations of prototypes, link to repository, code itself, sketches etc.) This should match the list and descriptions in Section 4.
I will be grading on these points (where I am answering yes = 1, partially = 0.5, missing = 0):
1. Are the research/design questions included? Are they up to date based on my comments? (1 point)
2. Is the timeline included? Is the timeline up to date? Did they document how they followed or modified their timeline over the semester? Feel free to include changes made prior to and after Project Milestone 2. (1 point)
3. Is there a "Completed Milestones" section? (I calculate an average score of milestones for this portion) For each milestone:
- Did they explain how they completed the milestone? (1 point)
- Did they explain how the milestone answers their research/design questions? (1 point)
4. Is there a list of final deliverables to complement the project? Does each list item include filename, description, and instructions (if applicable)? (1 point)
5. Are the deliverables included? Does it provide evidence at the milestones were completed? Is there enough information to answer the research questions? (2 points)
A note on partially = 0.5:
There could be several reasons someone receives partial credit:
- the milestones are not consistent with the research questions
- lack of clarity
- answering some, but not all of the questions that encompass 1-2 points
- the writing is not cohesive (e.g. different sections contradict with one another)
- if the document is significantly shorter, then there is likely some sections that do not contain enough information. This may result in partial credit for a shorter section.