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1 Homework #5 This assignment is for class presentations. Each student is required to select a presentation topic from the list given in class. The order in which topics are to be presented will be determined by lottery except that volunteers for early presentation will be accepted. Each presentation should be around 20 minutes, including 5 minutes for questions and discussion. All presentations will be peer-evaluated. The evaluation criteria are listed below. The class presentations will start on March 30, 2011. There will be at most three presentations per class session. All presentations will be carried out in a sequential order until all have finished. However, some rescheduling may be needed to accommodate insertions of additional or new topics deemed necessary. The list on next page shows the topics and order of presentations selected by students so far. You also need to submit your presentation slides via HWSAM for the assignment to be graded.
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Unformatted text preview: The due date for submission is April 25, 2011, before 11:00pm. There is no specific format requirement for the presentation slides. However, general guidelines for writing up slides need to be followed. Presentation Commenting Sheet Item Excellent Good OK Not Sure Overall Presentation Style Content Meaning Clarity in Presentation Optional Comments 2 Presentation Topic/Name/Order 1. Blogs, blogosphere (Jon-Andrew) 10 2. Ebooks (David) 7 3. Cloud computing (Ryan) 15 4. IP Television (Jeffrey) 8 5. Net Neutrality (Richard) 4 6. Online dating (Lincent) 11 7. Online shopping (Heidi) 6 8. Smart phones (William) 14 9. Social networking • Facebook (Cory) 16 • Flickr (Diego) • Secondlife (Omar) 17 • Twitter (Vernon) 3 • Youtube (Cody) 9 10. Web 2.0, Web 3.0 (Salah) 12 11. Web page authoring (Dustin) 1 12. Wikipedia (Stephen) 5 13. Wikileaks (Nick) 2...
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