Unformatted text preview: you all know how to research a topic, but if you need suggestions, I can help. Reviews and general papers are fine, but be sure to include some primary literature. 3. Prepare your talk and presentation. Plan a 10 minute talk (plus 3 minutes for questions). I will assume that your visuals will be computer-based unless you tell me otherwise, but they do not have to be. In addition, you will prepare a “product” that you can turn in. This could be a paper (no longer than 5 pages). It could also be a web page, a movie, or a poster. If you have another idea, check with me. (Make sure that the final product is yours; citing others is fine, copying them verbatim is not). Presentations will be on April 16 and April 23. Preference for a date will be given to those students who volunteered for the late lab. 4. Be a good listener and ask questions....
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2011 for the course HOS 6737c taught by Professor Moore during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.
- Spring '09