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reports. Such links are usually unnecessary, and only add to the risk of
something going wrong. Bring your report files to the classroom on a CD-R, a CD-RW, or a
USB Drive. If you will need it, be sure to check that the presentation
computer has a CD drive that reads CD-RW’s, or a USB port! Redundancy is
essential. Have your presentation on at least two different media. Menu (material ends) C I Student Projects.
Written Report WRITTEN REPORT Each team will prepare a written report. This
should be a self-contained document, describing the team’s particular
project, presenting all calculations, indicating the key steps in its solution,
and stating the team’s conclusions. It would also be appropriate to include
any relevant details that were omitted from the oral report. Just as in a business report, the team’s written report should be word
processed, and designed to make a lasting, positive impression on its readers.
Personality and the ability to think on one’s feet are key points in an oral
presentation. Completeness, correct writing, and attention to details are the
hallmarks of an excellent written report. People may retain the written record
of your work long after they have lost a clear recollection of your oral
Successful teams often start by first preparing their written report.
Once this is done, key points are extracted to form
the basis for the
computer files which will be used in the oral
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Your work on a project starts with the team’s
Really Great Idea!
preliminary report. As each new tool is studied, apply it to
your particular project and expand your report. If you wait
until just before the final report to utilize the tools, your team
will be badly rushed and there will be no time to correct any
problems or misconceptions. Building the report as you
progress through the material will take the pressure off
of reporting. Use the assigned homework to help you...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course ECE 220 taught by Professor Strickland during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.
- Spring '08