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  1. Blog Post Grading

  2. General Overview Do the posts capture the progress and development of your project?

  3. General Overview Are the posts part of a cohesive project rather than just thrown together to have something posted?

  4. General Overview • Is the work original to your project? • Is the work too dependent upon the work of others? • Are the photos / drawings / calculations / collected data yours?

  5. General Overview All posts should be quantitative and document some technical aspect of your project. Non technical posts (For example, “Hey, the parts came in today!”) will be deleted.

  6. Examples • From Tesla Blog Post: “DC Power Supply,” Dec. 12, 2014 • Post describes • Power needs • Steps on how the need is determined • Actual calculation • Simulated in Multisim

  7. “Pathfinder Final Software Implementation,” Dec. 11, 2014 FSM demonstrates the system in an easy to understand visual that will also act as a guide in the implementation. Examples

  8. Your last post is the “Final Project Document”, which includes a summary and links to previous posts on individual subjects. • The CDR outline can be used as a template for the final post • I will grade individual blog posts linked to from this document only. Do not forget summary paragraph. Final Blog PostS