Spring 2013»CITA 295495 Final Presentation

CITA 295495 Final Presentation

Assigned Date: Tue, Apr. 9, 2013
Due Date: Tue, Apr. 23, 2013
Due Time: 10:40am

Last modified on April 17, 2013, at 08:30 AM (see updates)

Purpose

This has the following learning objectives:

  • learn how to integrate and balance computational and artistic depth and quality
  • develop skills to write a short but comprehensive report
  • identify supporting research and develop annotated bibliography
  • create realistic timeline to complete project over next two semesters (CITA 295)
  • practice oral presentation skills

Assignment

CITA 295

  • prepare a written proposal of a project that combines computational and artistic practices and content
    • this is a final re-write of homework 1 and homework 2.
    • include annotated bibliography as it has developed to this point in the semester
    • include project timeline
    • identify mentors in computer science and arts disciplines to provide support and guidance
  • deliver 10-15 minute Powerpoint (or similar) presentation that summarizes your project to the CITA faculty committee, including project timeline and advisors
    • practice this presentation before making it!

CITA 495

  • prepare a written final report on your capstone project
    • include final annotated bibliography
    • include project advisors, and a summary of their contributions (if any)
  • deliver 15-20 minute Powerpoint (or similar) presentation that summarizes your project to the CITA faculty committee, including project timeline and advisors
    • demonstrate functioning project and code as part of this presentation
    • practice this presentation before making it!

Submission

Submit the following on OAKS:

  1. Written report (in PDF format).
  2. Powerpoint (or other) presentation, including URLs of video and audio material (if any).
  3. Your project code (with README file, installation instructions / requirements). (For CITA 295 this may be a prototype, or some code demonstrating software related to your project idea. The goal here is to demonstrate that you can carry out implementation.)

Submit your materials via OAKS by the due date - no late days.

Grading

Your grade will be based on how well you followed the above instructions, the depth/quality of your project, and the quality of your presentation.