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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/24/11 ENGR131 Transforming Ideas to Prof. Purzer & GTA Masaki Kakoi Section 002 11 11A
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4/24/11 Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE) Nov. 3rd @12:30pm ABE 106A Biomedical Industrial Engineering (IE) Nov. 10th @10:30 & Nov. 11th @1:30 Both in GRIS 180 Nuclear Engineering Building Tours
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4/24/11 Thursday Bring 2 copies of the Milestone 4 rubric 33
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4/24/11 Self-directed Learning Goals Professional habits List strategies for displaying data in written documents Create a poster to present useful information to stakeholders in a professional manner Develop criteria or strategies to design a professional and effective team presentation
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4/24/11 Designing Figures/Tables Chapter 13 is about how to control Excel Chapter 15 is about data design principles Points (markers) indicate collected data Lines / curves represent models (theoretical or empirical) The text of larger figures / tables reads up the page so it is right-side-
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4/24/11 Effective presentations Evaluate 4 posters (to be displayed one at a time on the screen) What are the characteristics of a “professional” poster? What stands out – structure / layout? How could the poster be better? 66 Class Discussion
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4/24/11 Audience for Project Presentation Your peers (international / domestic) Instructors / TAs Advisors Purdue Campus Planning Committee
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4/24/11 Your Message We understand the problem We understand what information needs to be provided
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