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Planning the Explore Task Written Response Templates Prompt 2a. Provide information on your computing innovation and computational artifact. Name the computing innovation that is represented by your computational artifact. Describe the computing innovation’s intended purpose and function. Describe how your computational artifact illustrates, represents, or explains the computing innovation’s intended purpose, its function, or its effect. (Must not exceed 100 words) Advice: This prompt requires you to state multiple pieces of information in only 100 words. Keep each section short and consider using a bulleted list. Purpose and function are not the same . The purpose is the goal or objective that the innovation is designed to accomplish. The function is how the innovation accomplishes the purpose. The function is the actual “computing” done by the innovation, as in how it consumes, produces, or transforms data, to accomplish the purpose. Features of an innovation alone like “faster speeds” or “bigger screens” often do not fit well in either category. Your computational artifact should speak to and clarify the purpose or function of the innovation in some way, preferably with diagrams, images, or in other primarily non-textual ways. This written response should explain HOW your computational artifact goes about this. You should cite references used for these responses, in particular the purpose and function of your innovation which were likely important parts of your research. Potential Research Terms “How it works: _____” “The science behind ______” “The history of ______” “How does _____ work?” 2a – Draft Your Response Here: Name of innovation: Purpose : Function : Computational Artifact Purpose: (must not exceed 100 words) 2a. Response Checklist Name of Computing Innovation The purpose of innovation - the intended goal or objective of the innovation The function of innovation - how the innovation works (for example, consumes and produces data) How artifact describes purpose, function and / or effect of the innovation Not exceed 100 words Cite any references used 1
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2b. Describe your development process, explicitly identifying the computing tools and techniques you used to create your artifact. Your description must be detailed enough so that a person unfamiliar with the tools and techniques will understand your process
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