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ITIS 2110 Lab #13. Project Work Time. Final Project Work Time. Work on Project Turn in by end of this lab: Cover sheet Brief status May resubmit Project Proposal with updates for status 1 sheet per team with Team Name Team Members Team Signatures

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Itis 2110 lab 13

ITIS 2110

Lab #13

Project Work Time


Final project work time

Final Project Work Time

  • Work on Project

    • Turn in by end of this lab:

      • Cover sheet

      • Brief status

        • May resubmit Project Proposal with updates for status

      • 1 sheet per team with

        • Team Name

        • Team Members

        • Team Signatures

    • 10 points for each team member with a signature

    • Team captain upload copy to Moodle

      • Use the Project Proposal for a basis

      • Update the info as needed


Team project

Team Project

  • 100 points

    • 60 points team score

    • 40 points team peer evaluation

      • Low scores must be documented

  • Criteria:

    • 2110 Final Project Criteria.docx


Final project

Final Project

  • Length: needs to be appropriate

    • 5 to 100 pages

  • Niceties

    • TOC

    • Index

    • Tables

    • Figures

    • Captions

    • Screenshots

    • Pages numbered


Project documentation

Project Documentation

  • Grade hierarchy

    • Well documented working project

    • Well documented non-working project

    • Poorly documented working project

    • Poorly documented non-working project

  • Most of the Grade:

    • How well it is written!!!!


Group project report guideline

Group Project Report Guideline

  • 2110 Final Project Criteria.docx

  • Overview of Project

    • What it is

    • Why it was chosen

    • What problem does it solve or demonstrate

  • Report on implementation

    • How to create the Infrastructure

    • How to run/maintain the Infrastructure

    • How to update the Infrastructure

    • Document significant features

  • Summary

    • What was learned

    • What worked

    • What didn’t

  • Cover sheet must be visible on the outside with

    • Class name, Lab Section, Team Name and Number, and Date


  • Team evaluations

    Team Evaluations

    • Will hand out form on presentation day

      • Turn in by end of day

    • Confidential between submitter and me

    • Optional comments

    • For ratings of 6 or lower:

      • Explanation of why

        • Not:

          • Fred was always late for meetings

          • Fred never did anything

        • Good:

          • The group had 3 meetings planned: 11/22, 11/30, and 12/4. Fred missed the 11/22 and 12/4 meeting without informing the group

          • Fred's main task was to test the xyz module with test cases 1 through 15. The group did not get the data by the target date.

    • Must be turned in!

      • Significant deduction if not turned in


    Team evaluations sample form

    Team Evaluations (sample form)

    Only one 10 may be given for each category. Give a 10 (if deserved) to the major contributor in that category

    • Criteria

      • 10 – Excellent (only one per category)

      • 9 – Major contributions

      • 8 – Consistent contributor

      • 7 – Did the job

      • 6 – Barely met assignment

      • 5 – Missed major deadlines/tasks

      • 4 – Major problems

      • 3 – Barely there

      • 2 – Got something in eventually

      • 1 – Breathed

      • 0 - Absolutely no contribution

    • Make sure to supply Teammates first and last names

    • If a 6 or less is given to a Teammate, justify

    • Attended Group Meetings

      • Attended scheduled group meetings

      • Gave previous notice if could not attend

    • Assumed Reasonable Load

      • All work does not need to be equal

    • Delivered on Time

      • Met commitments

      • Gave early warning and reasons (not excuses) if not able

    • Group Contribution

      • Overall contribution

      • Filled a valuable role for the team

        • Good leader, documenter, tester, etc.


    Final project1

    Final Project

    • A well documented failure is better than a badly documented success

    • Due Lab 14

      • In your regular lab period

      • About 15 min. each (including setup)

    • Note in requirements:

      • Last page: Typewritten team member names with signature

      • No signature, no grade!


    Project work time

    Project Work Time

    • TA and I are available to consult during lab

      • Me

        • In my office

      • TA

        • In lab

      • Lab section 5 only

        • See me at other times if needed


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