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  • this is the final re-write of homework 1 and homework 2.
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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.

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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.

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  • create realistic timeline to complete project over next two semesters
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  • create realistic timeline to complete project over next two semesters (CITA 295)
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  • learn how to integrate and balance computational and artistic depth and quality of project
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  • learn how to integrate and balance computational and artistic depth and quality
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  • develop supporting research in annotated bibliography
  • create realistic time line to pace work over next two semesters
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  • identify supporting research and develop annotated bibliography
  • create realistic timeline to complete project over next two semesters
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  • learn how to coordinate visuals in presentation with content of ideas being presented

Additionally, for CITA 295:

  • deliver working proposal to develop into final project; identify mentors in computer science and arts disciplines to provide support and guidance

Additionally, for CITA 495:

  • deliver functioning project and final report, with supporting oral presentation, to CITA faculty committee
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CITA 295

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  • include timeline proposal and possible project mentors
  • be ready to synopsize your idea for the entire class in a short oral presentation
  • prepare 10-15 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA faculty committee; discuss future timeline and possible mentors

For CITA 495:

  • prepare a written final report on your project that combines computational and artistic practices and content
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  • 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
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  • include project mentors (if any), and a summary of their contributions
  • be ready to synopsize your idea for the entire class in a short oral presentation
  • prepare 15-20 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA faculty committee
  • demonstrate your final project (code and functionality)
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  • 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!
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  1. Written proposal (PDF).
  2. Powerpoint (or other) presentation, including video, and audio material (if any).
  3. Your project code (with README file, installation instructions / requirements). (For CITA 295 may be a prototype demonstrating the project idea through code.)
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  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.)
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Your grade will be based on how well you followed the above instructions, and the depth/quality of your work.

Be prepared to present your work to the class and the CITA faculty committee.

Relevant Quote

"We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom. The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people able to put together the right information at the right time, think critically about it, and make important choices wisely." ~ E.O. Wilson

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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.

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  • prepare 10-15 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA advisory committee; discuss future timeline and possible mentors
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  • prepare 10-15 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA faculty committee; discuss future timeline and possible mentors
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  • prepare 15-20 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA advisory committee
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  • prepare 15-20 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA faculty committee
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Be prepared to present your work to the class and the CITA advisory committee.

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Be prepared to present your work to the class and the CITA faculty committee.

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  • develop skills to write a short but comprehensive proposal
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  • develop skills to write a short but comprehensive report
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  • finish class with working proposal to develop into final project; identify mentors in computer science and arts disciplines to provide support and guidance
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  • deliver working proposal to develop into final project; identify mentors in computer science and arts disciplines to provide support and guidance
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  • deliver functioning project, with supporting oral presentation, to CITA faculty committee to complete the course
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  • deliver functioning project and final report, with supporting oral presentation, to CITA faculty committee
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  • prepare 10-15 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA steering committee; discuss future timeline and possible mentors
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  • prepare 10-15 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA advisory committee; discuss future timeline and possible mentors
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  • prepare a written proposal of a project that combines computational and artistic practices and content
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  • prepare a written final report on your project that combines computational and artistic practices and content
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  • include project mentors (if any), and a summary of their contributions)
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  • include project mentors (if any), and a summary of their contributions
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  • prepare 15-20 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA steering committee
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  • prepare 15-20 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA advisory committee
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  1. Your project code (with README file, installation instructions / requirements).
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  1. Your project code (with README file, installation instructions / requirements). (For CITA 295 may be a prototype demonstrating the project idea through code.)
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Be prepared to present your work to the class.

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Be prepared to present your work to the class and the CITA advisory committee.

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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 of project
  • develop skills to write a short but comprehensive proposal
  • develop supporting research in annotated bibliography
  • create realistic time line to pace work over next two semesters
  • practice oral presentation skills
  • learn how to coordinate visuals in presentation with content of ideas being presented

Additionally, for CITA 295:

  • finish class with working proposal to develop into final project; identify mentors in computer science and arts disciplines to provide support and guidance

Additionally, for CITA 495:

  • deliver functioning project, with supporting oral presentation, to CITA faculty committee to complete the course

Assignment

For CITA 295:

  • prepare a written proposal of a project that combines computational and artistic practices and content
    • include annotated bibliography as it has developed to this point in the semester
    • include timeline proposal and possible project mentors
  • be ready to synopsize your idea for the entire class in a short oral presentation
  • prepare 10-15 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA steering committee; discuss future timeline and possible mentors

For CITA 495:

  • prepare a written proposal of a project that combines computational and artistic practices and content
    • include final annotated bibliography
    • include project mentors (if any), and a summary of their contributions)
  • be ready to synopsize your idea for the entire class in a short oral presentation
  • prepare 15-20 minute presentation with visuals to present before CITA steering committee
  • demonstrate your final project (code and functionality)

Submission

Submit the following on OAKS:

  1. Written proposal (PDF).
  2. Powerpoint (or other) presentation, including video, and audio material (if any).
  3. Your project code (with README file, installation instructions / requirements).

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, and the depth/quality of your work.

Be prepared to present your work to the class.

Relevant Quote

"We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom. The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people able to put together the right information at the right time, think critically about it, and make important choices wisely." ~ E.O. Wilson