Streveler_Oct1 (6b)1

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ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Prof. Ruth Streveler October 1, 2009
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Overview Announcements Homework Exam Teams Poster design principles Poster evaluation criteria
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Project 1 Deadlines: REVISED: WHY? Conflict with Exam 1 Class 7a (Oct 6,7,15) – Poster available for peer review Class 8b (Oct 15,16,20) – Final poster and presentation Class 13 - Actual game is due. More instructions will follow later. Announcements
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Homework: General Homework collected at beginning of class After we collect hw considered late No credit for late homeworks, but will grade for feedback No late homeworks accepted outside of class Exceptions: Must have an excused absence
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Coversheets Print from Blackboard (under “Student Forms” folder) Read instructions on coversheet One coversheet per student per homework stapled to all his/her individual problems One coversheet per team per homework stapled to all team problems Fill out all necessary fields: Division/Section TA Homework # Name/Names (if team assignment) Team # (NOT team name) Circle problems stapled to coversheet
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HW 1 (Poster Presentation) Feedback Common Errors Missing all team members names on each poster Lacking personalization of information Not enough information for each discipline
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HW 3 Feedback Problem 2: Excel “Copy” calculations “Right Click” “Paste Special” select “Values” Problem 3: Excel Go to “View” tab “Page Break Preview” Click on blue outline of “Page 1” to encompass all you want to print in one page Expand columns to see entire equation Problem 4: Gantt Charts Print on one sheet Individuals responsible for tasks PLAGIARISM : ZERO TOLERANCE! Some homeworks looked very similar, don’t risk your academic record!
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General “success” strategies Check Blackboard daily CAREFULLY read any instructions, evaluation rubrics, or lists of learning objectives as soon as they are posted ASK questions early – don’t wait until immediately before assignments are due
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Grades Grades for HW 1, HW 2 and HW 3 are now posted under “My Grades” in Blackboard Your responsibility to check and inform us of any problems with these
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Exam 1 Thursday, Oct 8 8-9pm Elliott Hall of Music You will have assigned seats – check Blackboard Learning Objectives for the exam are posted on Blackboard
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Teams Homework to evaluate your team members and your team effectiveness Under “webforms” (due Oct 9, 5:30pm) Good opportunity to honestly evaluate your team Problems?
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