Final Project Deliverables

      • Final Group Report
            The final group report should be no more than 10 pages (excluding any references) and should be formatted as follows:
          • Introduction: Provide a describe of the problem you are trying to solve and how your project aims to addressthe problem.  Why is it worthwhile?  What is the impact?
          • Background/Related Work (based on your Competitive Analysis):  Provide background of your project leading up to your project idea (i.e., what exists now?  what are their contributions?  how could they be improved? How are you addressing the issue?)
          • Project Overview: What did you do?  What type of people were you targeting? Who responded?  Who didn't? What type of data was gathered and how? How did you use the data collected?  What does it tell you?
          • Conclusions & Future Directions:
            Critically discuss your project. Point out limitations in your work and talk about lessons that you have learned. Discuss opportunities for future work.
        • Blog Post
          • Be sure to summarize your final report in a blog post. Include images, inline (NOT as just attachments)
        • Individual Report
          • Write a single page reflecting on the experience of doing this project. Answer the following questions
            • What did you like or dislike about the final project in comparison to the 2 week assignments from the start of class?
            • What did you learn from doing this project?
            • When this course is taught next, what would you keep the same about the projects?
            • When this course is taught next, what would you change about the projects
            • Rate your group members (+, -, =)
        • Presentation and Poster
            • You will discuss your project to the class.  The presentation should last about 15 minutes, with an additional 10 for discussion (~30 minutes total). The purpose of the final presentation is to have each team present their project overview and discuss the contributions made. You may choose whether to use slides or simply refer to your poster during your presentation. You may use this time to provide a demonstration/video of your project (if applicable).
            • You should prepare a poster summarizing what was done in your project. Please upload it onto Blackboard by Monday.