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Research Project Select a topic that you wish to investigate further. You may consider any IP area. For ideas, look at the course description & topic outline and textbook TOC. Your topic must be approved by the instructor. See ‘Research Project Ideas’ handout. For ITCS-4161 students: Research your topic and write a 5-8 page (double spaced) paper summarizing your research. Prepare a 20-25 minute presentation to be given in class later in the semester. For ITCS-5161 students: Research your topic and write a 12-15 page (double spaced) paper summarizing your research. Prepare a 60-minute presentation to be given in class later in the semester. All students: (1) Be sure to identify your sources and to use proper citations. (2) Do not plan on ‘reading’ your paper as your presentation. I will expect you to speak somewhat extemporaneously – but using notes (or note cards) or an ‘outline’ sheet. You
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Unformatted text preview: may also use any presentation visuals that you feel would be helpful, e.g. PowerPoint. (3) Provide a ‘One (or two)-page-handout’ for the audience. [This is your ‘summary’ of important information that you wish to share with your audience. What is it that you feel is most valuable for them to know? What ‘minimal’ information do they need to pursue this topic? What can you share that will prevent them from having to repeat all the steps you took to get to this point?] Be sure to bring enough copies for all members of the class. **DUE DAY OF PRESENTATION ** (4) Turn-in : (a) hardcopy of your Research Paper, (b) copy of your ‘Handout’ given out during your presentation, and (c) copy of any PowerPoint slides (or other visuals used) – this can be softcopy (via CD or email attachment). **DUE DAY OF PRESENTATION **...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2011 for the course ITCS 3112 taught by Professor Ali during the Spring '11 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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