Lecture 7 - COP 4910 Frontiers in Information Technology...

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1 COP 4910 Frontiers in Information Technology Lecture 7 Completing Your Semester Project Hal Stringer
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2 Agenda Grading Status Final Report Requirements Final Presentation Requirements Presentation Schedule The week from _______ !!! Apologies DNS Problems ( watch your vendors ) Lightning ( problem diagnosis ) Application Testing ( using your toolbox ) Keys to IT Success
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3 From Course Syllabus. .. Grading Based on: Top 10 List 5% Favorite 5 Report 15% Winning 1 Presentation 10% Mini-Reports (1-5) 25% Final Project Report 30% Final Project Presentation 15% Guaranteed Grading Scale: A 90 – 100% B 80 – 89% C 70 – 79% D 60 – 69% F <60% May use lower grading scale but that’s not likely to happen
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4 Final Deliverables July 27th at start of Class in large envelop: 2 printed copies of your final report No binders or staples please -- just clip them together Title page should include email addresses for all members Copy of your final report on floppy or CD Single .doc file labeled “Final Report Group #.doc” Also email a copy of the .doc file to me that day 5% per day if late Day of your presentation: 1 printed copy of your presentation slides, stapled Email copy of presentation file to my attention that day label the file “Final Presentation Group ##.ppt”
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5 Course Goals From Syllabus: COP 4910 serves as the “ capstone experience The primary goal of this course is for students to learn how to understand and plan for the effects of new technologies in the work place. A secondary goal is the practice of communication skills necessary to propose and implement new technologies within an organization . From Project Overview: Students will choose a frontier area in information technology and conduct a thorough study of that area. Students should approach class projects as if they were conducting real-world projects in the IT arena.
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6 Work Required In practical terms each of you should have: become an expert in the technology area under study conducted thorough research of your area of study prepared professional reports and presentations spent no less than 4-5 hours per week on the above, not
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2011 for the course COP 4910 taught by Professor Williams during the Summer '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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Lecture 7 - COP 4910 Frontiers in Information Technology...

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