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ENGR 195 – Transforming Ideas to Innovation I Prof. Ruth Streveler Thursday, October 8, 2009
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Announcements Exam!! Upcoming assignments User-Centered Design Team time to work on project Overview
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Exam 1, tonight, 8:00-9:00 PM  –  Elliott Hall of Music Posted on Blackboard Learning Objectives Dr. Pawley’s exam review You  MUST know your assigned seat !!! –  Posted in Blackboard gradebook Exam is closed notes/no technology Announcements
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Class 8a (Oct 13) – CANCELLED (Fall Break) Class 8b (Oct 15)  Project 1 Deadlines:   document generated on Tuesday Announcements
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Code of Cooperation Feedback: Grade  on COC  coversheet  is a  team grade , grade on  blackboard  includes  individual   grade All  team members must  sign  the  document Printout  from  engineering site Include  consequences  for breaking rules Detail how  team roles rotate
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User-Centered Design
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Why is this important? Go to  www.vet.purdue.edu/chab/alz.htm/ Read about research project Note that fish tanks were specially designed. How  is this accomplished?
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To make compelling arguments (for people to  believe you), it is not enough to have come to a  logical conclusion – you must help others walk the  same logical path so they can draw the same  conclusion Doing this requires gathering data that supports a  conclusion and presenting that data as evidence. 
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