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Lab 1 - Introduction Prerequisites There are no digital design knowledge prerequisites for this lab. Objectives Since we have not started with digital designing yet, this week you will write an engineering report explaining a concept rather than a report explaining a new design. The format will be identical to what is expected in future reports and the grading will be very similar. Understand that your grammar, spelling, sentence structure, report flow, and formatting are important grading factors in this course. While this is a digital design lab, CSE210W is a “W” course at the University of Connecticut. To complete this requirement, you must spend a portion of this course writing reports. However, this is a 1-credit lab component which means that the time you spend should be on learning the essentials and not doing busy work. With that in mind, the goals for this lab are: To clarify the report writing expectations and provide extensive feedback on your first report. To familiarize you with the computer lab, make sure you can log into the computers, have access to word processing and printing facilities. To get you adjusted to the pace of the course. Background As a professional engineer, you will find communications to be critical in your field. For example, you will be required to write documentations on a job so that the next engineer who looks at your work can understand what you have done. Even more important than what you did, the person reading your work
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