EngE_1104_Spring_2007_Milestone_8_Part_1_of_1_Students_Copy_V1B

EngE_1104_Spring_2007_Milestone_8_Part_1_of_1_Students_Copy_V1B

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Explorations Of Our Digital Future Spring 2007 Team Milestone 8, Part 1 of 1 (Creating the Final Power Point Presentation) (Counts towards the “Final Project Grade”) Written by Jeremy Garrett, Edited by Tom Walker, Copyrighted Feb. 2006 – April. 2007 Since 3 teams will need to present each day, each team will have 15 minutes TOTAL, which includes setup, the presentation, Q&A, and take down. As a result, you should plan on having the presentation last 9 to 12 minutes, indicating a total of about 10 slides for “content” plus the slides (or other media) used for the product visuals. As you create this Power Point presentation, keep in mind the “Design Loop” that we have been discussing throughout this semester, and that you were asked to use while creating your executive summary. In particular, be sure to carefully consider the needs of your audience – which will be the Research and Development Advisory Committee. (Those who are not presenting will need to take notes and then vote on which teams & products should receive the limited funding that is available for further research and development.) You instructor will grade you based on “content” and whether or not you have followed the directions, but a portion of your grade will be based on the quality of your “argument,” (how many votes your team receives from the rest of the class). In order to receive full credit, you will need to cover the following topics / items: 1. Title page (this page or the page after needs to include the name of the team and the names of the team members) 2. Short description of the product, why it is needed, how it compares to existing products (related to Milestone 2 Part 1) 3. Team strengths (why your team would be good to invest in / why it would make a good company. .. diversity.
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course ENGE 1114 taught by Professor Twknott during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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